What is Disease?
When a person is physically or intellectually unfit, it is called a disease. There are two categories of diseases: contagious and non-contagious. Infectious diseases can be transmitted from person to person by air, physical contact, food, or other methods. The infectious disease is typically brought on by worms or germs like bacteria, viruses, or protozoa.
Some of the diseases caused by microbes are
- Bacteria - Typhoid fever, cholera, tuberculosis, anthrax, Tetanus
- Virus - influenza, dengue fever, and AIDS
- Protozoa - Malaria, Kalazar
- Fungi - Skin infections
- Mosquitoes with the Plasmodium parasite are infected (Protozoa).
- The parasite is delivered into circulation when this mosquito bites.
- Different kinds of malaria are caused by several Plasmodium species, including P. vivax, P. malaria, and P. falciparum.
Which among the following diseases is not caused by bacteria? (A) Cholera (B) Malaria (C) Tetanus (D) Anthrax
Bacteria do not cause malaria. Anopheles mosquito bite from an infected person will spread it. These mosquitos grows in dirty water kept in outside your surrounding. Mostly, it happens during rains.
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