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using kinetic theory of matter,explainwhy boiling water changes to steam without any change in temperature although heat is being supplie to the water

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In the branches of biology what do we call biochemistry

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In the branches of biology what do we call biochemistry

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Mention the branches of biology

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Mention the branches of biology

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Who is president of world bank?

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My elder sister is twice of my age when I was 13 years old, how old is me when my sister become 70 years?

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What is the botanic name of coconut

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The way to sucess is to scratch and keep scratching ....just put in your best you will be the best....I am myself

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The first known incidents of the Ebola virus were in 1976. There were two simultaneous outbreaks in Nzara in Sudan and Yambuku in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo). The name of the Ebola river near Yambuku was given to the new epidemic.

Outbreaks have mainly occured in remote villages in Central and West Africa, close to tropical rainforests.

In the current outbreak, which began in March 2014, more than 1,000 people have died in West Africa, mainly in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

Ebola is described by the World Health organisation (WHO) as “one of the most virulent viral diseases known to humankind.”

There are five distinct species of Ebola and the survival rate ranges from 25 to 90%.

There is no licensed vaccine for Ebola although several are currently being tested.

How is the Ebola virus transmitted?

Ebola is passed to humans through close contact with the blood or bodily fluids of infected animals. Fruit bats, monkeys and chimpanzees can all carry the virus.