Inside human body Plasmodium attacks:

Inside human body Plasmodium attacks:

a. Nerve cells

b. Red blood cells

c. White blood cells

d. Kidney cells

Plasmodium, the parasite that causes malaria, primarily attacks red blood cells inside the human body. Therefore, the correct answer is b. Red blood cells.

Once inside the bloodstream, Plasmodium invades and replicates within red blood cells, leading to their destruction and the release of new parasites that can infect additional red blood cells. This cycle of invasion, replication, and destruction of red blood cells is responsible for the characteristic symptoms of malaria, including fever, chills, fatigue, and anemia.

Plasmodium does not primarily target nerve cells, white blood cells, or kidney cells in the human body. While malaria can have systemic effects and may involve interactions with other cells and organs, its main impact is on red blood cells.