pythogenic

adjective
pytho·gen·ic | \ ¦pīthə¦jenik , ¦pith- \

Definition of pythogenic 

: produced by or originating from decomposition or filth typhoid has been considered a pythogenic fever

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History and Etymology for pythogenic

pytho- (from Greek pythein to cause to rot) + -genic

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