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Part 1-Morphological characteristics, type of metabolism, environmental condition required for growth, genetics/pat. Part 2 brief history, clinical symptoms/virulence/progression of the disease, diagnostic procedures, (how the pathogen is identified in the clinical laboratory) Part 3-individuals at risk, transmission mechanism, human behaviors involved in its spread. Part-4 methods of disease prevention, clinical treatment of disease process, infection control of the microorganism (preventing the spread) personal thoughts and conclusion-may be related to prevention, treatment,education or research. To obtain a grade of A you must critically analyze the referenced works and apply what you learn about the relationship between microbes,humans, and disease to situations you may encounter in your career or life.