Write the factorson on which metaboilc changes depend, Biology

The metaboilc changes would depend on the  following  factors:

a)  Nature of infection

b)  Severity of the infection

c)  Duration of the infection

d)  Presence or absence of fever, and

e)  Nutritional state of the individual before the infection sets in.


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