Diseases Caused by Spore Forming Bacteria?

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Contrary to the popular belief among the general public that spore-forming bacteria exist, the truth is that some bacteria actually produce spores. Common spore producers include bacilli and clostridia. Anthrax and botulism are two diseases caused by spore-forming bacteria.
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Two major genera of spore forming bacteria are. Bacillus- one species of which (B. cereus)can cause food poisoning. However this is not an infectious disease the growing bacteria
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There are several diseases caused by bacteria. They are tuberculous, bubonic plaque, pertussis or whooping cough, and cholera. Bacteria breaks down the immune system.
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