19 Virus transmission

19 Virus transmission

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welcome back friends in this video tutorial we'll be learning about the virus transmission and the different mode of viral transmission now this viral transmission usually depends on the type of host they are infecting you now viruses so let me write it we'll be talking about virus transmission okay and usually there are two different type of host one is a plant and another one is the animals in animals we are much
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more interested in human because we are the humans and except for that also other animal infections can be dangerous for us because it can be contagious so two types for plant virus or for animal virus they're the infectivity or the mode of transmission is kind of different right so so let me talk for plant and for animal animals like humans
01:04
the mode is very right now for the plant viruses the mode of Mg usually is made by vector or using vectors right now it uses vector now the vector means in this case vectors are like most of the time like insects or mites sometimes also fungi right so vectors can be vectors
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can be insects vectors can be mites it can be nematodes worm-like organism and also fungi these things can act as vectors to transmit infection from one plant to another plant to transfer the infection for one plant to another plant right usually they are carried out by plants by these vectors mostly by most
02:11
of the infections are for plant intentions which is insect transmission right now in case of animals the mode of infection can be different now in case of animals it can be via air so let me talk it can be via here in an example for this kind of infection is influenza virus influenza virus now it can also be transferred via food just like the
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bacterial infection via air via food now the type of viral infection accomplished by a food is example is rotavirus right food means in this case also water food or water both these things will be in this part and rotavirus is a type of virus that are transmitted via these food materials like whatever other food ok this can also be transmitted sexually that is completely unique for animals
03:14
definitely sexual transmission then this kind of transmission we get the example is H IV human immunodeficiency virus now in this case this will result finally different type of STDs or sexually transmitted diseases right and finally the fourth type of transmission can be via vectors why are vectors right now
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the vectors that in this case also it is usually sometimes rodents rodents can act as vectors insects can act as vector mites can also act as vector and all these things now the example for this vector borne virus infection in human being is Yolo fever and the virus is yellow fever virus so yellow fever virus
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okay so that's that scheme of the virus transmission plants as well as in animals and I hope that's kind of healthy thank

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