రోగకారక సూక్ష్మజీవులను రక్తము ద్వారా ప్రవేశపెట్టు కీటకము
Noun(1) two-winged insect whose female has a long proboscis to pierce the skin and suck the blood of humans and animals
(1) It's even possible that she was bitten by an infected mosquito that managed to survive over the winter.(2) The malaria parasite has to be able to reproduce in the mosquito in order to be able to infect humans.(3) A bite from a mosquito when abroad in a hot country can lead to malaria.(4) The mosquito can then act as a vector, transmitting the virus to mammals, such as horses or humans.(5) The thing is, when you realise that a mosquito is biting you, there's little you can do.(6) Malaria is a serious disease that is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito .(7) On the first day of the trip an elderly gentleman in the group was bitten by a mosquito .(8) The larvae migrate to the mosquito 's mouth, and, when it bites another human, they enter the bloodstream.(9) mosquito larva(10) Only 30 years old, he died of yellow fever, transmitted by a mosquito 's bite.(11) Another technique for fighting disease is the releasing of sterile mosquitoes .(12) The worm is transmitted from one person to another through the bites of infected mosquitoes .(13) They share their environment with the mosquitoes who act as vectors for malaria.(14) Humans can contract the disease when bitten by mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus.(15) Idaho, and probably most other states, still have mosquitoes capable of carrying malaria.(16) In India, neem is traditionally burnt to repel disease-carrying mosquitoes .
1. mosquito ::
2. gnat ::
3. fly ::
Different Formsmosquito, mosquitoes
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