Overtake (v.) means to catch up with something and then pass it. This can be in terms of movement/physical speed, or in terms of getting higher numbers:
With a final burst of speed, Gary overtook Paul and won the race.
The number of women in college has now overtaken the number of men.
Sales of the new product will likely overtake sales of the old product by the end of the year. (in these last two examples, we can also use "surpass")
To take over (v.) means to take control - one country can take over another country with military force; when a big company buys a smaller company, it takes over the management of the smaller company. The verb take over is two words, and the noun, referring to the action of taking control, is takeover.
the quantity of red blood cells or even levels of hemoglobin are lower an individual is believed to have Anemia. Hemoglobin is usually a necessary protein (metalloprotein) within the red blood cells which contains iron as well as transports oxygen.Anemia is regarded as the typical problem of the blood. It really is a lot more frequent in developing countries, particularly in very poor locations where individuals have problems with lack of nutrition. In several areas of Africa serious anemia is additionally brought on by Malaria.