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Malaria: Cooperation among Parasite, Vector, and Host

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The malaria parasite requires specific human and mosquito tissues to complete its life cycle. Once inside a human, the parasite develops and multiplies, causing periodic bouts of flu-like symptoms, including fever, headache, and chills. The developing parasites destroy red blood cells, which may cause death by severe anemia as well as by the clogging of capillaries that supply the brain or other vital organs with blood. The deadliest of the four species of the parasite is Plasmodium falciparum,... More
Material Type: Tutorial
Technical Format: Flash
Date Added to MERLOT: August 31, 2004
Date Modified in MERLOT: February 05, 2012
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Submitter: Kent Gardner

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Avatar for Anil Kapoor
4 years ago

Anil Kapoor (Faculty)

Great video not just malaria but if you look at all the videos on this site they range from ecology to microbiology

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