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Jun 28, 2021

[Answer] 10. About 3,600 years ago, Egyptians noticed that symptoms of malaria (high fever, shaking chills, nausea, etc.) increased in prevalence during which natural phenomenon?

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...1. Flooding of the Nile River 2. A miasma of blue mist 3. Sudden drops in temperature 4. Eruption of the Nemrut Dagi volcano The Anopheles mosquito, sixty-some species of which can transmit malaria, breed in stagnant water. Within the mosquito, species of Plasmodium reproduce sexually and have genetically diverse offspring. When she bites a human (the only vertebrate host), the parasites are released into the blood stream and carried into the liver, where they reproduce asexually. They then re-enter the blood stream, invade red blood cells, multiply further, and burst out to infect more cells.




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Flooding of the Nile River:


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