영어로 작성한 말라리아와 지구온난화의 관계 리뷰입니다.
Throughout the world, many kinds of diseases exist, disturbing, hampering and devastating human life. Malaria is one of serious diseases which is known to have lasted for 50000 years. Generally, by female Anopheles mosquitoes, malaria is occurred by the transmission of parasites called plasmodium species: falciparum, vivax, malariae and ovale. Particularly, plasmodium falciparum is the most damaging and all areas have different degree of prevalence of pathogens. Basically, the life cycle of the plasmodium species can be divided into stages: mosquito (vector) and human (host).
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