Cholera Humans are the only animal affected by cholera. Cholera is spread mainly by the use of unsafe water and unsafe food which is contaminated with human feces containing bacteria. Although, when seafood is contaminated and undercooked it can also spread cholera. Poor sanitation and lack of enough clean drinking and cooking water are factors that lead to cholera outbreaks. These two factors are prevalent where poverty is also prevalent. With the millennium development goals in place such issues
Characteristics of Enterococcus faecalis Enterococcus faecalis is a type of bacteria which is non-motile and has a spherical shape. The genus name is known as Enterococcus due to it is found abundantly in large intestine of animals includes humans. Other than that, it can also found in large amount in our urinary tract and female reproductive system, vaginal. Whereas due to the Enterococcus faecalis is observed to be divided through binary fission across short chain in singly pairs, hence it is known
And in the case of the Exxon Valdez in 1989, according to Nancy Rabalais in her article. The aftermath of this most horrific oil spill in the United States, have causes the life of 250,000 sea birds, 2800 sea otters, 900 bald eagles and another 300 harbors seals.
A concept of a probable autoinjector for bio-threat agents Geetha RV1, Anitha Roy1, Senthilkumar S1, Bhaskar ASB2 and Vijayaraghavan R1 1Saveetha University, Chennai ? 600077 2Defence Research and Development Establishment, Gwalior ? 474002 Short title : Autoinjector for bio-threat agents Corresponding author : R. Vijayaraghavan, Ph.D. Jai_vijay@hotmail.com Abstract Chemical and biological weapons can be used during conflicts and by terrorists to injure or kill humans and animals