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    I said that the animal vector for malaria is the anopheles mosquito which carries the malarial protozoan. It transfers this to the blood and in the blood contains red blood cells. The presence of the malarial protozoan triggers a mutation of haemoglobin molecules to absorb less oxygen and become sickle cell shaped(which is sickle cell anaemia). I just related it to the question which was why is there more people with sickle cell where there is countries with malaria
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    I need your help in the exam i wrote beneath the question but still in the big box which has all the questions in it. Will it not be read now as i though it was still in the big box


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    For the question about transmitting malaria

    I wrote it r is transmitted by the anapholes mosquito which is a vector and is a protozoan which injects it onto your body



    Os that okay








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    (Original post by legend.786)
    For the question about transmitting malaria

    I wrote it r is transmitted by the anapholes mosquito which is a vector and is a protozoan which injects it onto your body



    Os that okay






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    yes I think it is okay. But i'm pretty sure it was a 2 or 3 marker question.
 
 
 
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