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In Biology

What are parasites?

Parasites are living organisms that live and feed on an organism's or host's body. They jump from one host to the other damaging the body as they go along the most common carr (MORE)
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What is parasitism?

Parasitism is where a parisite benefits from a host.    An example is a roundworm inside of a dog.
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What do parasites do?

Answer   They attach on to another organism and live and feed off it. They benefit but their host (the organism that they live on) doesn't.   Actually, parasites res (MORE)

What are parasitism?

Ha Ha man your asked the question wrong it should be what is parasitism? haha loser  A relationship between aniamals when they benefit off of each other.  A relationship b (MORE)
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How do you get a parasite?

There are actually many ways to get a parasite. Direct from Host to Host over airborne infections , oral, fecal-oral, sexual, sexual-oral, contact, vertical (mother to child) (MORE)

How you can get a parasite?

Humans most commonly get parasites from drinking water or consuming food that contain parasites. It can also occur from feces contamination. Hand washing and fully cooking and (MORE)
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Where can you get parasites?

Parasites can be acquired through direct or indirect contacts with  infected host it can be from definitive host humans, or an  intermediate host animals through ingestion o (MORE)
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How do you get parasite?

Different parasites are transmitted to humans by many different methods. Some are in the air that we breath, carried on the wind along with other dust particles. Others are ca (MORE)
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Who is a parasite?

any  organism that is not an autotroph or detritivore must be a  parasite.   include animals feeding on plants (herbivores).     Herbivores don't fit in very we (MORE)
In Health

What are parasites'?

A parasite - is defined as an organism that lives off the energyproduced by another unrelated organism (the host). It's a one-sidedrelationship, in that the parasite gives not (MORE)