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Is malaria capitalized?
No. It is not.
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Malaria is transmitted by female mosquitoes typically in Africa and surrounding countries. The female mosquitoes only want blood for their young, like any other female mosquit…o, but their particular species contains a chemical called Plasmodium phalsiparum which makes them deadly. The female mosquito lands on human skin, and removes blood. In this process, the mosquito's saliva contaminates the human host's blood stream with Plasmodium phalsiparum. The chemical then causes malaria in the human host.
Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite (of the genus Plasmodium) and spread mostly by a particular mosquito (Anopheles). The saliva from the bite of the inf…ected female mosquito infects the blood which carries the parasite to the liver where it matures. The disease is common in tropical areas of Asia, Africa, and the Americas since these have a favorable environment for the mosquito; mortality rates in severe cases are about one in five. Estimated deaths approximate a million a year, most of which are children. The disease is preventable and treatable through medication; preventative measures include mosquito control techniques.
Anyone who gets infected by a female anopheles mosquito, but some people are more resistant to the infection than others. People who are carriers of the sickle cell trait, or …who are carriers of thalassemia, are more resistant to catching malaria than the general population. This is why these diseases are more prevalent in people whose ancestry comes from parts of the world where malaria is prevalent, such as Africa, the Mediterranean, and South Asia.
when female anopheles mosquito take a blood meal from a host with malaria, the mosquitoe took the malaria bacteria's gametes with the blood meal. the gamestes fused together i…n the mosquitoe's gut forming the infected stage. if the mosquito then bit a non infected human host, the infected stage of the bacteria will enter the bloodstream vai the salivary gland of the mosquito.
doctors or nurses more likely to be a nurse
It is derived from the Medieval Italian term mal'aria meaning bad air.
mosquitos carry infected blood from those with malaria and when they bite another person the pathogen is passed onto them and they are likely to get malaria :)
Malaria is transmitted to humans form the Anopheles mosquito. Once the disease enters the blood stream the protozoan target red blood cells and cause them to burst simeaul…taneously releasing millions more protozoan.
You can get Malaria near places that have a reputation of having a very high mosquito population. If u don't know why mosquitoes are involved with Malaria, that's because Mala…ria is a disease caused by a mosquito affected by Malaria. When one bites you, u get the disease.
Chills, profuse sweating, weakness, loss of appetite, kidney failure & possible coma. It still kills about a million people annually.
Malaria is a disease passed through the blood of one person to the next mostly by mosquitos. This is common in tropical, poor area. Africa, Haiti, etc.
Malaria is caused by any one of five types of Plasmodium parasite, transmitted via female Anopholes mosquito bites. Of these five types, Plasmodium Falciparum causes the most …extreme and potentially fatal illness. A mosquito feeding upon the blood of an infected host can ingest a number of these parasites. They develop within the mosquito and are secreted through its saliva to infect other potential hosts when bitten. Once inside a human host, they can spend a protracted period (from weeks or months to, potentially, years) inside the liver before eventually reproducing in the blood (specifically, within the red blood cells).
well i would advice you to: >maintain cleanliness of the surroundings /Clean your surroundings as much as possible. >drink alot of water >eat alot of vitamin c such as orang…e and eat also alot of vegetable >proper hygiene > consult a doctor
It is capitalized at the beginning of the sentence or when it forms part of the proper noun. Examples: Malaria Foundation International