The Story So Far
a hot summer night in the city, and all the air conditioners have overloaded
the system and caused a massive power failure. A new hemorrhagic disease
is afflicting people -- first a baby, then a teenaged boy -- and you've
been sent by your employer, Dr. Susan Lydell of Mercy Hospital, to investigate.
You discovered that the disease came from a certain brand
of bottled milk. When the hospital's emergency generator failed, Dr.
Lydell sent you to the biology lab at Alanbrooke College. There you
met a young student named Zack. Together, you hypothesized what kind
of pathogen could be in the milk -- a bacterium, a virus, a fungus or
a toxic chemical -- and ran some comparative tests to test your hypothesis.
Now the test results are in. Zack has disappeared. And
Fran, a student volunteer at Mercy Hospital, is here, demanding to know
if your tests have identified the type of pathogen in the milk.
What do you tell Fran?
"It's a fungus"
"It's definitely a virus"
"It's a chemical"
"It's none of the above"
"I don't know"
If you're not sure what
kind of pathogen is in the Evil Milk,
you may go back and review the lab results:
REVIEW THE LAB RESULTS