Earlier this year Bong Joon Ho’s “Parasite” won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay. Is Parasite translated to English? Parasite is a Korean film with English subtitles. Is Parasite on Hulu in English? Hi there! Our version of Parasite will play with English-language subtitles built intoRead More →

The Virus must carry out their reproduction by parasitizing a host cell. … b. They cannot multiply outside a living cell. What is the meaning of facultative parasites? Definition. noun, plural: facultative parasites. An organism that lives independent of a host but may occasionally be parasitic under certain conditions. WhatRead More →

Mushrooms contain no chlorophyll so they are heterotroph and most are considered saprophytes. as they obtain their nutrition from metabolizing non living organic matter. What are examples of saprophytes? Common examples of saprophytes are certain bacteria and fungi. Mushrooms and moulds, Indian pipe, Corallorhiza orchids and Mycorrhizal fungi are someRead More →

Syphilis, caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidum, often doesn’t cause any symptoms in its early stages. But if left untreated, it can progress to affect the entire body. Syphilis typically has three stages, and there can be different symptoms in each. Do you live with syphilis forever? The latent stageRead More →

The Plasmodium falciparum parasite during erythrocyte stages produces its energy mainly through anaerobic glycolysis, with pyruvate being converted into lactate. Why is Plasmodium an obligate parasite? Plasmodium is an obligate parasite. It is an intracellular parasite living inside the cells of its host. … It first affects the mosquito inRead More →

Replication of Hexamita spp. in the intestinal tract results in catarrhal enteritis with small ulcerative lesions in the ileum and rectum. Due to these lesions, pigeons will develop vomiting, diarrhoea, polydipsia, weight loss, dehydration and a poor general condition. How do you know if a flowerhorn is stressed? Symptoms: YouRead More →