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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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C.Plasmodium needs two hosts for its propogation.
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