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    marine worms

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    It allows the worm to hid in small spaces, to fit into the opening of other animals if the worm is parasitic, and it means that all the cells are close enough to the surface for exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide with the environment (Meinkoth 399). There are about thirty thousand species of worms in the phylum Platyhelminthes. Twenty five thousand of these worms are parasitic, which is the vast majority of the phylum. The flatworms only account for four thousand of the worms in the phylum, but

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    A Diet of Worms in the Digital Age

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    A Diet of Worms in the Digital Age I can’t prove it, but there is no doubt in my mind that textual arguments have been raging in scholarly circles for as long as there has been text to debate. In my mind’s eye I can see them: ancient Sumerian scribes lecturing each other about clay types and wedge depth; early Semitic peoples voting “no” on the vowel; medieval European scribes boldly pushing forward with punctuation, spaces between words, and the lower-case alphabet, and having heated debates

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    Virus, Worms and Hackers

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    Virus, Worms and Hackers Computer viruses were first widely seen in the late 1980s. They were caused due to several reasons. The first factor was rapid growth of personal computers. Before this decade personal computers were not seen in many houses. They only computers used were expert computers which were locked in laboratories around the world. During the 1980’s Computers started to sell to several smaller business’s and homes after the release of the IBM PC in 1982 [1]. After its launch

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    The Morris Worm

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    Topic The Morris Worm changed the world of computer security at a time when it was merely an afterthought. In 1988, when the worm was released, system administrators were confronted with a cyber-attack that they never expected or saw before. Although the level of damage that was caused by the Morris Worm was caused by an out of control college student’s project, the individual responsible, Robert Morris, faced criminal charges. Robert Morris was a first year graduate student at Cornell in his first

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    Worms And Viruses Essay

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    Worms 1. Introduction This report is going to cover worms, which is a term that describes a piece of software which usually falls under the term malware and sometimes may even be used ethically however this is heavily disputed as to whether it can be given the term “ethical”. 2. Definition, an overview Firstly to explain malware, malware is any form of software which is designed with a malicious purpose in mind. There are three main forms of malware, as mentioned before there are viruses, the

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    The Conqueror Worm and the End of the World Edgar Allen Poe is one of the fathers of terror and mystery.  His twisted, Macabre tales and poems are filled with great detail and often end with a dismal twist.  "The Conqueror Worm" is one example of his masterful rhymes and tells how a play on life turns into reality for mankind. The setting is a theater but it is not just a site for plays.  Poe describes it to be that way to trick the reader, but the theater is actually the setting for mankind

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    Helminth Parasitic Worms

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    INTRODUCTION THE WORD HELMINTH HAS ITS ORIGIN FROM GREEK MEANING WORMS. HELMINTHS ARE PARASITIC WORMS THAT HAVE BEEN WITH MANKIND SINCE TIME IN MEMORIAL. THE DISEASE BURDEN OF HELMINTH INFECTION ESPECIALLY TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FAR OUT WEIGHTS COMMONLY KNOWN INFECTION SUCH AS TUBERCULOSIS. EGGS OF INTESTINAL WORMS CAN BE SEEN IN FEACES OF MUMMIFIED BODIES WHO DIED THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO. DISCUSSION GLOBALLY ASCARIASIS (ROUNDWORM) INFECTION IS THE MOST PREVALENT ABOUT 807 MILLION AND COMMONEST IN

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    Introduction: First of all we would like to know what exactly are virus, Trojan horse and worms. Viruses, worms, and Trojans are malicious programs which enter to your computer without your permission and knowing that can cause damage, information losses, privacies leak to your computer .They can also slow down the Internet connections, and they might even use your computer to spread themselves to your friends, family, co-workers, and the rest of the internet. The good news is that with an ounce

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    areas where sanitation is poor’ Helminthes are parasitic worms. Soil helminthes are the parasitic worms transmitted via the soil. The main species that infect people are the roundworm (Ascaris lumbricoides), the whipworm (Trichuris trichiura) and the hookworms (Necator americanus and Ancylostoma duodenale. According to World Health Organisation ‘Soil-transmitted helminthes infection are widelydistributed in all WHO Regions. Intestinal worms produce a wide range of symptoms including intestinal manifestations

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    INTRODUCTION: Soil-transmitted helminths group of infectious parasite intestinal worms e.g. hook worm (Ancylostoma duodenale Necator americanus), ascaris (Ascaris lumbricoides), and whipworm (Trichuris trichiura), that cause Soil-transmitted helminthiasis diseases. They are human parasites, it is transmitted through contaminated soil, it has a worldwide distribution mostly human. Discussion These helminths parasite are transmitted by ingestion of helminths eggs in the soil. These helminths are found

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