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Falciparum Malaria Life Cycle and Mosquito

Falciparum Malaria Life Cycle and Mosquito

 

Falciparum Malaria Life Cycle and Mosquito
Image Number: 185-018
Dimensions: 310 DPI
Media Used: Acrylic/Bristol board
Formats Available: Digital , Reflec
Title: Falciparum Malaria Life Cycle and Mosquito
Customization: Available
Image Description:  The plasmodium falciparum parasite causes falciparum malaria in humans. The female anophelese mosquito and humans perpetuate its life cycle.

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