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The incubation period of malaria is 10-35 days. The principal features of the life cycle (Fig. 14.1) of the malaria parasite must be known in order to understand its therapy. Female anopheles mosquitoes require a blood meal for egg production and in the process of feeding they inject salivary fluid containing
But unfortunately, natural selection does not work in this benevolent way. If all else is equal, a variant laying 20 eggs rather than 200 will die out rapidly from the population, which will later go extinct as a result of its own short-sighted overuse of resources. In this case, natural selection acting at the level of the organism gene has acted against the interests of the species. Of course, this is all just mental game-playing, and if we give the game different rules we will get a different result. If the 20-egg producer makes eggs that somehow are 'better' and have a higher probability of survival to adulthood, then the form of selection will change, and a lot hinges on how much better is 'better'.
The antibacterial potency of phenols is increased by halogenation. para-Substituents are more effective than ori io-substituents. Addition of alkyl chains further increases potency and straight chains are more effective than branched ones. It is more effective to have the halogenpara and the alkyl group ortho than in the reverse orientation. Increasing the molecular weight of the alkyl group usually increases the antibacterial potency (depending on the species) and decreases the toxicity (42,43). A free hydroxyl group is required for a ntibacterial activity. Chloro and alkyl groups enhance potency by increasing lipophi-licity and consequently reducing surface tension. Electron-withdrawing groups such as halogens increase the acidity of the phenol. Nitration increases antibacterial potency but also increases toxicity to higher species. Nitro-phenols uncouple oxidative phosphorylation The most widely used and effective substituted alkylhalophenols are chlorophene...
, may undergo fusion, producing a diploid embryo. Phenomenon includes non-gametic forms of AUTOMIXIS and in animals is a common cause of MACE HAPLOIDY. In animals, THELYTOKY (absence of males) enables rapid production of offspring Without food competition from males. Cyclical parthenogenesis (as in 'some aphids and flukes) involves a combination of thelytoky and bisexual fertilization. In some 'aphids thelytoky prevails in summer, males only appearing in autumn or winter when fertilization occurs. In the midges MidStOf and Heteropeza, larvae possess functional ovaries enabling progenetic reproduction by automixis, adults not appearing for generations some larval flukes are progenetic. Some instances of f thelytoky (automictic, or 'meiotic, thetytoky) involve meiotic egg-production, and'two of the four meiotic products sometimes fuse to restore diploidy in others (apomictic, or ameiotic, thelytoky), mitosis produces the egg cells. In some cases diploidy may be restored by ENDOMITOSIS...
Ocimum basilicum is known under the following local names in the Rift Valley in central Kenya (area in brackets) Chemishwa (Tugen), Chenekom Sipko (Pokot), Embuke Emboa (Bukusu), Lemurran (Samburu), Mwenye (Luhya), Mutaa (Kamba) and Rigorio (Marakwet). The vapour of boiling leaves is inhaled for nasal or bron-chial catarrh and colds. The leaves may be rubbed between the palms and sniffed for colds. It cures stomachache and constipation. The leaves are crushed and the juice is used as vermifuge. It is further used to repel mosquitoes and as a broom to sweep chicken house in order to get rid of fleas.
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