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Introduction to Plasmodium and Malaria (in Hindi)
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Introduction to Plasmodium

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JAI HIND 🇮🇳 M.Sc Botany(gold medalist)CET,DCA,B.Ed. Be Best In BIOLOGY Follow & Subscribe 🎯NEET

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Mona Choudhary
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ma'am man intermediate host hota hai...ya female anopheles 🤔
ma'am man intermediate host hota hai...ya female anopheles 🤔
Juhi Mishra
a month ago
Mosquito primary and man secondary
ma'am man intermediate host hota hai...ya female anopheles 🤔
ma'am man intermediate host hota hai...ya female anopheles 🤔
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mam how the female anopheles mosquito is sangivorus it takes our blood for reproduction not for digestion so how
  1. Human Health & seases By - Juhi mishra


  2. Disease 1 MALARIA Pathcgen: Plasmcdium


  3. Useful for all those aspirants who are preparing biology for competitive & b ard examS


  4. This is Juhi Mishra * M.Sc.in Botany(Gold Medalist) 7 years of Teaching Experience CET, DCA & B.Ed in Biology


  5. Introduction (i) Plasmodium name was given by Marchiafava and celli (ii) Plasmodium was discovered by Laveron


  6. Species (i) In humans only 4 species causes disease. These 4 species are as follows: Plasmodium vivax. Plasmodium falciparum. Plasmodium malariae. Plasmodium ovale.


  7. ii) P vivax is the most common species which is found in India (ii) P. ovale is found in Phillippines and tropical Africa


  8. (iv) In birds 2 species of Plasmodium are found, these 2, species are as follows: Plasmodium gallinaceum Plasmodium praecox. Note :Amoeboid phase remains absent in species of Plasmodium found in birds


  9. (v) In India four species of Anopheles is found which spread Plasmodium These 4 species are as follows: (a) Anopheles maculatus. (b) Anopheles stephensi (c) Anopheles culicifacies (d) Anopheles fluriatiles


  10. 2. LIFE CYCLE (i) Life cycle of Plasmodium is digenetic (ii) Man is the primary host (iii) Female Anopheles is the secondary host. (iv) Female Anopheles can be also called intermediate vector


  11. haemozoin plasmalemma concentric body attached with plasmalemma of Plasmodium food Palade's granules smooth endoplasmic reticulum mitochondrion with peripheral cristae nucleus vacuole dense body CS Golgi apparatus with vesicles free ribosomes rough endoplasmic reticulum