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1)meaning of cudding 2)how does a hookworm effects our body


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1)Cudding is a reflex action that takes place in the intervals between taking food and considerably facilitates its processing. Undermasticated food is swallowed and enters the initial sections of the multichambered ruminant stomach—the rumen and the reticulum-—where it is mixed with remains of food and swallowed saliva.


2)Hookworm infection is an infection by a type of intestinal parasite in the roundwormgroup.Initially there may be itching and a rash at the site of infection.There may be no symptoms in those only affected by a few worms. In those infected by many worms there may be abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss, and feeling tired.The mental and physical development of children may be affected. Anemia may result.
The larvae enter your skin, travel through your bloodstream, and enteryour lungs. They are carried to yoursmall intestine when you cough them out of the lung and swallow. Fully grown, they can live in your small intestine for a year or more before passing through your feces.

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