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Vector can be defined as

A. disease transmitting host

B. natural reservoir of disease causing organism

C. pathogenic organism

D. any kind of disease transmitting organism

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  1. The path followed by a food vacuole in Paramecium is referred to as
  2. The sporozoites of Plasmodium first attack
  3. The infective stage of Entamoeba histolytica is
  4. Malaria is a disease transmitted by the bite of
  5. The intermediate host of malarial parasite is
  6. Inoculation in malaria is out of question because
  7. Entamoeba gingivalis is a parasite in the
  8. A liver biopsy of a patient suffering from amoebic hepatic abscess would demonstrate the presence of
  9. Malignant tertian malaria is caused by
  10. The energy for Amoeba for doing work comes from
  11. Which of the following organelles are associated with defence in Protozoans ?
  12. Benign tertian malaria is caused by
  13. An example of dimorphic protozoan is
  14. The only stage of malarial parasite that can survive in the stomach of mosquito is
  15. Schizont stage in the life cycle of malarial parasite occurs in
  16. Characters that are more useful in classification of animals are
  17. The cell anus in some protozoans known as
  18. The process of reconstitution of macro-nulceus in Paramecium without any change in micro-nucleus is…
  19. Mapacrine and Paludrine drugs are used for
  20. Ingestion of some water with food in Amoeba takes place by the process of
  21. The digestive enzymes in Paramecium are secreted in
  22. Golgi cycle in Plasmodium occurs in man, in
  23. Oocyst of Plasmodium develops from
  24. Kala-azar is a disease caused by
  25. The shivering, a characteristic symptom of malaria, occurs when
  26. Entamoeba differs from Amoeba in not having
  27. The cysts of E.histolytica develop in an infected individual in the
  28. Encystment in Amoeba serves for
  29. In Amoeba proteus, the term proteus is after the name of
  30. According to Whittaker's system of classification, all the living organisms are classifed into 5 kingdoms…