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Which parasitic protozoan needs two hosts for its propogation? A.Entamoeba B.Giardia C.Plasmodium
Weegy: Giardiasis play /?d?i??r?da?.?s?s/ or beaver fever in humans is a diarrheal infection of the small intestine by a single-celled organism Giardia lamblia. Giardiasis occurs worldwide with a prevalence of 20-30%[1] in developing countries. [ [ [ In the U.S., 20,000 cases are reported to the CDC annually,[2] but the true annual incidence is estimated at 2 million people.[3] Giardia has a wide range of mammalian hosts besides humans, thus making it very difficult to eradicate. For people with compromised immune systems, such as elderly or AIDS patients, giardiasis can be deadly.[4] ] ] ] (More)
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Weegy: Which statement describes a shield volcano? answer is D. formed from repeated explosive eruptions of flowing lava User: Chemical weathering is noted by which of the A. does not change the appearence B. changes the appears C. changes the chemical makeup of the rock D. turns the rock into a carbon based compound Weegy: B. changes the appearance is the correct answer (More)
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