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 How to Explain the Parasite-Host Relationship?

Answer Teachers of both macrobiology and microbiology are likely to come across symbiotic relationships in their curriculum. Symbiotic relationships are divided into three main categories: mutualism, comm... Read More »
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Explain the relationship between private problems public issues and social policy and explain why policy formation was necessaryin the social policy and care provision?

A public issue for example is a child who is being abused, this a a private problem for the child and the family. It becomes a public issue when media gets a hold of it, and broadcasts it. The abus... Read More »
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Can someone explain the relationship between Hershey and Nestle?

nestle own kit kats HOWEVER the company they bought it off had already gave up their rights to U>S market to hershey for the kit kats and rolos.they are hoping to get it back though.this explains w... Read More »
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What are the symptoms of having a parasite?

More than 100 different types of parasites may infect humans. Though they frequently infect the abdomen and intestines, they may also thrive in the skin, muscles, blood, lungs, heart and even brain... Read More »
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Are dust mites a parasite?

Dust mites are microscopic bugs. They aren't parasites, as they do not live or survive off people or animals. They live in household dust and feed off dead skin and dander that humans and animals s... Read More »
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