What Is a Non Pathogen?

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A non-pathogen is an organism that is not known to cause disease in plants or one that is not pathogenic, i.e. does not cause disease. A pathogen on the other hand is a biological agent that causes diseases or illness to its host. In humans, there are four types of pathogens which include; viruses, bacteria, fungi and protists.
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A name of a pathogens is a fungi, protist, bacteria, and virsus. A name of a pathogens is a fungi, protist, bacteria, and virsus.
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