Why are there so many different types of worms?
The word worm is often used to describe the type of organism that infects a computer.
It’s also used as a derogatory term for a person, a country, or a computer program.
But the word also refers to something that can be hard to describe, such as a virus.
“I don’t think there’s a clear-cut definition of what a worm is,” says microbiologist Scott O’Neill, who studies viruses at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
“It’s more like an infectious agent than a specific type of virus.”
The virus O’Neil studies is known as the Cryptosporidium species.
In humans, the CryptOSporidium virus causes a rare and severe infection called cryptococcal myelitis.
It typically causes swelling and fever.
When it does, it can cause severe muscle pain and damage to the spinal cord.
It is not a disease that infective scientists have seen in humans.
Cryptospora can infect humans, but it’s rare in the laboratory.
But it can also cause other types of infections in animals and people.
CryptOSpora infects both human and animal cells, O’Brien says.
But he’s not sure if that’s because CryptOSorbs infect animals, or because they infect humans.
A computer virus can also infect animals.
When a computer virus infects an animal, the animal dies.
But a computer infection can also affect humans.
In 2010, the virus Cryptospermidium caused a massive outbreak of coronavirus in the United Kingdom, killing more than 11,000 people.
It spread to humans, causing the most severe illness among people infected with the virus.
This type of computer infection has never been seen in the wild, O’daniel says.
It also doesn’t show up in the lab.
CryptoSporidium is a small virus, so it can’t infect larger animals.
It only affects small organisms such as bacteria and fungi, O’sonn says.
There is evidence that the virus can infect mammals, Othain says, but no other animals have been shown to be infected.
A study in 2013 reported that the CryptoSorbs virus can kill bacteria.
However, there is still debate about whether the virus is actually a pathogen.
“There’s a lot of uncertainty about whether it’s a pathogenic or not, and we’re trying to sort out what is pathogenic,” O’Dain says.