Asked in Mosquitoes, Nouns
What is the femininie of mosquito?
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female. The noun mosquito is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female insect. There are no gender specific nouns for a male or female mosquito, they are called a male mosquito or a female mosquito. ...
Asked in Mosquitoes
Description of the mouthpart of the male anopheles mosquito?
The mouthpart of the male Anopheles mosquito has sharp razors that are used to lacerate the skin of an animal. The mosquito then uses the sucker to extract blood. ...
Asked in Malaria
What is the genetic way of controlling mosquito?
The genetic method involve the release of sterile male mosquitoes into the environmet. When the sterile male mosquito mates with a normal female mosquito, the latter does not lay any eggs. If enough sterile male mosquitoes are released into the environment, the mosquito population will eventually die out. ...
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Malaria
Why female mosquito cause malaria not male mosquito?
Male Mosquitoes drink nectar and sweet liquid. Male Mosquitoes do not drink blood. Their only danger to humans is their breeding with females. ...
Asked in Environmental Issues, Mosquitoes, Malaria
Does only male mosquito buzz?
Myth: Only the female mosquito makes a buzzing sound Fact: The buzzing sound you hear is from the beating of the wings. Both female and male wings make a buzzing sound. Most people don't hear the male mosquito because it doesn't bite. source: www.leoncountyfl.gov/Mosquito ...