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susceptible

 [sŭ-sep´tĭ-b'l]
readily affected or acted upon; lacking immunity or resistance.

susceptible

adjective 
1. At risk of infection by a pathogen.
2. Able to be killed by a particular drug.

susceptible

liable to attack by another organism (pest or pathogen) or a biocide.

sus·cep·ti·ble

(sŭ-septi-bĕl)
Potential of a person to develop adverse effects from an external agent or influence.
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In this paper, susceptible nodes are aware of the risks of becoming infected and can receive awareness about the presence of epidemic from their infected neighbor nodes.
The snails are polymorphic regarding their compatibility with S.mansoni, with susceptible and resistant variants (Coelho et al., 2004).
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aureus isolates were susceptible to oxacillin in 2005, which dropped briefly to 54% in 2007 before climbing to the 2014 rate of 68%.
However, the limitation of the SOSa-SPSa model is that it only assumes that optimists and pessimists can only transform into susceptible subjects but cannot interact with one another directly.
The histopathologic analysis revealed that MDV causes the loss of germinal follicular centers within the CT of the resistant line and induces a severe, near-total lymphoid depletion in the susceptible line during cytolytic infection.