Answer: It is much easier for a female to catch a kidney infection. The human body has a host of bactiria, yeast and fungus on it. Just the difference in anatomy makes it more common. In order for a male to get a kidney infection(or bladder infection). Usually he will contract a urinary tract infection by bactaria entering the urethra. The mainreason it is harder for men is the size of the urethra in a male is narrower and much harder for the bactaria to travel thru compaired to a female. Kidney disease does not discriminate against either sex. It can affect male of female. It is true that females due get infections easier.
Answer: Schistosomiasis is caused by blood flukes which live in the arteries. The male and felmale worms are closely attached to each other and produce eggs which burrow through tissues until they reach the bladder and are eliminated via urination.it is prevalent along the Nile River.
What disease is caused by male anopheles mosquitoes?
Answer: female mosquitoes transmit malaria because they are the ones who actually suck blood,males do not. The blood feeding is part of the females egg laying process and as such the males do not need to suck blood.
Answer: Malaria is a vector borne disease, spread by the bite of the female anopheles mosquito at dawn and dusk. The bite transmits a protozoa in the salvia of which there are five types.
Plasmodium falciparum, P. ovale, P. malariae, P. vivax, and P. knowlesii.
Each type of malaria can be differentiated from each other by the presence of different enzymes and antigens in human blood. Looking at a sample of blood under the microscope is not as useful as it once was, given the high levels of skill in telling the different species apart on the way they look at different stages of development.
Answer: The causative agent of "sleeping sickness" is Trypanosoma brucei gambiense and also T. b. rhodesiense, which result in African trypanosomiasis (aka sleeping sickness). Sleeping sickness is spread by the tsetse fly, and if it helps any, the true taxonomic name for the tsetse fly is Glossina (species).
Answer: There is no true inherent behaviors that are inherited, they are learned via culture and observation. But physiological and hormonal effects can influence how men and women think a certain way.
Answer: Infectious diseases are those diseases which are caused by infectious agents (which include microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa and virus, as well as some multicellular animals such as worms) and hence they are the ones which can spread from one person to another. Non-infectious diseases are those diseases that are not caused by infectious agents and do not spread from one person to another.