Foods That Allow Microorganisms to Grow Are Called?


Foods that allow microorganisms to grow are called 'hosts.' Hosts are an organism that harbors a parasite, typically providing food and shelter. A host plant is one that supplies all of the food resources and substrate for certain insects. It is stated that a primary host or definitive host is a host where the parasite reaches maturity, and if possible reproduces sexually. A reservoir host can harbor a pathogen all the time with no ill effects.
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