Malaria is one of the most common parasitic diseases in the world. it is caused by a protist from the genus plasmodium and is carried by mosquitoes. when a mosquito carrying this protist punctures a human's skin, it releases sporozoite into the human. the effects on the human's internal environment are shown below.
how does malaria affect the internal environment of the human body?
Malaria affects the internal environment of the human body by destroying red blood cells.
It kills red blood cells
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