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  • How Does Global Warming Affect The Human Population

    1.1 INTRODUCTION: BILAL YALCIN (4918678) The biggest threat to civilization and our planet is global warming. The increase in the temperature of the World’s surface both land and water are called Global Warming. Scientists have proven that increase in the temperature caused by C02 emissions caused many major environmental disasters such as melting of the glaciers, sea level rising, deforestation. C02 emissions weakens the ozone layer, furthermore our demand for more cars and petrol, gasoline is…

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  • Bug Bite Case Study

    For this case study, it was important to note that the patient had been experiencing these reactions after receiving a bug bite. The fact that she was located in El Salvador is also useful information. It was interesting to find out that although her symptoms were somewhat mild, others could experience far worse symptoms such as enlarged liver, spleen, and heart. These bits of information, along with the fact that she experienced fever, red skin rash, and extreme swelling around her eye, led me…

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  • What Is The Biggest Problem In The Third World

    transferred just by touching another person or other parts of the body. As indicated in the article “Diseases Caused by Poor Hygiene” with accordance to its website Daily Tips some diseases are caused by viruses, bacteria and parasites such as fungi and protozoa. These diseases are AIDS, Herpes, Warts, Yellow Fever, Common Cold, Chickenpox, Cold Sores, Influenza, Hepatitis, Dengue fever, Rabies, Polio, Mumps, Measles, Meningitis and for viruses. For bacteria, it is…

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  • Metro Affiliates

    to the adverse effects of E. coli because their immune systems are delicate. Polluted water is also a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Mosquito bites can affect human health and cause diseases, such as malaria and dengue. In general, malaria is a protozoa infectious. The pathogen is one of five human pathogenic species of Plasmodium. The main mosquito vector is Anopheles. Whereas dengue is a viral infection. The pathogen is dengue virus. The main mosquito vector is Aedes. Both diseases can cause…

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  • Emergency Room In Cameroon Summary

    A 36-year-old female presents to the emergency department with fever and chills, which have been ongoing for the past two days. She describes paroxysms of shaking chills, which last about an hour then are followed by high-grade fevers. She also reports malaise, generalized body aches and joint pain. She notes that her urine in the morning seemed unnaturally dark. She just returned from a missionary trip in Cameroon (Central Africa) where she volunteered for two weeks as a teacher. She can’t…

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  • What Is Mitochondria?

    Mitochondria are filamentous organelles of all aerobic cells of higher animals and plants and also certain microorganism like protozoa. Studies show that that mitochondria are the direct descendants of a bacterial endosymbiont that became established at an early stage in a nucleus-containing host cell (Gray et al., 1999). Mitochondria are surrounded by a double-membrane system, consisting of inner and outer mitochondrial membranes separated by an intermembrane space. (Cooper, 2000). It has the…

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  • Sleeping Sickness In South African Americans

    mammalian hosts. Both the male and female flies are able to transmit the parasite since they are both blood-feeders. However, a fly needs to first feed on an infected mammalian host in order to become infected with trypanosomes. (1) Trypanosomes are protozoa (unicellular…

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  • Wastewater Pollution Essay

    BACTERIOPHAGE MEDIATED PHYTOREMEDIATION Wastewater is any water that is against the usage by human . Wastewater is the result of domestic, commercial, industrial or agricultural activities. After the use water is returned to the environment in a different condition, usually as dirty water (wastewater).It is never returned in the same way as it was withdrawn. Wastewater produced by households or communities is also called municipal wastewater or sewage. (Tilley) Effluent refers to the sewage or…

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  • The Influence Of Climate Change In Global Climate

    In the past few centuries Earth’s climate has change dramatically with the increase of greenhouse gasses, and changes in global temperature. Global climate change has become a world wide spread issue. The international panel for climate change says global climate change is the result of the anthropogenic increases of carbon dioxide, and other greenhouse gases. “Soil biological processes have major long-term effects on composition of Earth’s atmosphere, which in turn influences all living things,…

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  • Intestinal Parasites: Pathogenic Organisms That Cause Infectious Disease

    There was a low prevalence of intestinal parasites infection with 2% or less. for Ascaris lumbricoides (1.3%), Hookworm (0.9%) and intestinal protozoa (2%).The prevalence of Schistosoma haemtobium was 10%. • Total polyparasitic infection was 11% with Plasmodium falciparum and Schistosoma haemtobium co-infection (8.4%) being the most significant polyparasitic infections. A single child had triple…

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