Why delta has become so potent in recent years is an ongoing study in Florida. Because the mosquito has become so common in the warmer climate of this state, there have been a lot of questions raised as to why younger and older people are not catching dengue. This is where the new study that just released in January offers answers. In this study, researchers have pinpointed why mosquitoes become dengue in younger and older populations but also found that the disease is more prevalent in those with a higher ethnic status.
Most people in warmer climates, especially those who belong to the higher echelon of ethnic groups tend to be more susceptible to insect bites and stings. Those people are considered to be higher risk because of their skin being more permeable and having weaker immune systems than others. Because mosquitoes tend to be much more prevalent in these areas, a higher percentage of them will bite an infected person, which can lead to the spreading of the delta-interference virus. When looking at why does delta-interference virus spread so easily, the real answer has to do with the dynamics of the disease.
There are two types of dengue. One is the classic dengue, which is dengue vulgaris, and the other is the delta-interference virus, which is also known as delta-interference. The classic dengue, also known as Culex lectularius is usually caused by the same strains that cause other diseases like yellow fever. The delta version however, is caused by a variety of genetically engineered mosquitoes that have been released into the wild.
As the name implies, the delta-interference virus works by changing the genetic makeup of mosquitoes so that they are unable to reproduce. They do this by changing their RNA or DNA. This is a relatively simple process, but there are some parts of the DNA that needs to be altered, such as the RNA transcription factor, which dictates when the mosquitoes mate. Without this important factor, the mosquito cannot produce sperm or eggs.
It is important to note that this isn’t the only way in which a mosquito can prevent reproduction. The female, or Aedes flavimaculatus, also have a defense mechanism that involves injecting a pheromone. This is not visible to the human eye, but it triggers an alarm in the insect’s brain, which causes them to scatter. This alarm can be triggered by a mosquito biting you or your skin, so that other mosquitoes nearby are aware of the danger. This explains why mosquitoes are so often found around pools and fountains – people tend to get very cold and clammy in these places after a while. Other factors include climate and rainfall.
To conclude, the main reason as to why delta mosquitoes are more prevalent in certain areas of the world than others is the extent of their distribution and the general humidity in those regions. Any mosquito can spread a disease if there is an adequate supply of mosquitoes. As long as we continue to allow our environment to support this carrier, the why delta variation will continue to occur.