Likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing,
Likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing
patients with liver disease may be susceptible to infection
(of a person) Easily influenced by feelings or emotions; sensitive
they only do it to tease him—he's too susceptible
Capable or admitting of
the problem is not susceptible of a simple solution
(often followed by `of' or `to') yielding readily to or capable of; "susceptible to colds"; "susceptible of proof"
easily impressed emotionally
(susceptibleness) susceptibility: the state of being susceptible; easily affected
In epidemiology a susceptible individual (sometimes known simply as a susceptible) is a member of a population who is at risk of becoming infected by a disease, or can not take a certain medicine, antibiotic, etc if he or she is exposed to the infectious agent.
A person who is vulnerable to being infected by a certain disease; likely to be affected by something; easily influenced or tricked; credulous; especially sensitive, especially to a stimulus
(Susceptibility) the inability of a plant variety to restrict the growth and development of a specified pest or pathogen.
(SUSCEPTIBILITY) The degree to which an electronic equipment, subsystem, or system evidences undesirable responses when subjected to electromagnetic interference.
(Susceptibility) The ratio of the intensity of magnetization to the magnetizing force, referenced to the value for a vacuum
(Susceptibility) The degree to which one takes on suggestions or impressions.
(Susceptibility) The inability of equipment/systems to perform without degradation in the presence of an electromagnetic disturbance. Susceptibility is often characterized as a lack of immunity. ...
(Susceptibility) A relative measure of a device, or a system's propensity to be disrupted or damaged by EMI exposure to an incident field or signal. It's the lack of immunity.
(Susceptibility) Increased likelihood of an adverse effect, often discussed in terms of relationship to a factor that can be used to describe a human subpopulation (e.g., life stage, demographic feature, or genetic characteristic).
(Susceptibility) The sum of the qualities of a plant and causal agent that allows the development of the causal agent.
(Susceptibility) Vulnerability or low threshold of response to drugs, electronics, an applied field, magnetics or to beliefs, manipulation, hypnosis, illness or stress.
(susceptibility (to disease)) The property of an individual, an organ system, organ or tissue to be affected by disease; it is affected by environmental factors as well as genetic, developmental, and nutritional factors which lower one's resistance.
(susceptibility) When individual or species will become ill or possibly die in the face of the stressful event or circumstances.
(susceptibility) the potential for a public water supply system to draw water contaminated at concentrations that would pose concern, through geologic strata and overlying soil, direct discharge, overland flow, or cracks/fissures in the physical well or surface-water intake.
Having little resistance to a specific infectious disease. Also used to describe an HIV strain that is not resistant to a particular anti-HIV drug.
vulnerable to or potentially able to contract a disease. Also refers to a microorganism that is vulnerable to the effects of a drug. Contrast with resistant.
A feature or features of a plant that allow it to serve as a host to a parasitic plant.
Unprotected against disease.
people that haven't had the disease so they can get it
A person or animal not possessing sufficient resistance against a particular pathogenic agent to prevent contracting infection or disease when exposed to the agent.
An individual accessible to or liable to infection by a pathogen
This refers to any person who is not adequately immunized against or has no history of a particular disease and is, therefore, likely to contract the disease(s) in the event of exposure.