Is amoebic dysentery a fungi?

Answer Amoebic dysentery (as the name suggests) is caused by a micro-organism, called an amoeba, which is found in contaminated and stagnant water.

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Types of Dysentery?

Dysentery is a general term for a digestive ailment caused by bacteria in the system. Different bacteria can form different types of dysentery with different symptoms. The bacteria can be acquired ... Read More »