Assimilation of nutrients through the cell membrane by
The asexual cycle of the class Telosporea (Sporozoa); as
with the asexual cycle of the malarial parasite in the red
blood cells and liver cells of man.
A cell undergoing schizogony, in which nuclear divisions
have occurred but maturity does not occur until morozoites
stippling that occurs on the membrane of erythrocytes
invaded by parasites of Plasmodium vivax and P. ovale
An insoluble highly resistant protein substance which in its
stabilized form is associated with the egg shells of certain
The head region of a tapeworm; where the organs of
attachment are located.
A reductional division in meiosis causing a change in
chromosomes from diploid to haploid with a subsequent
union of two cells to restore diploidy through the union of
gametes (macrogametes and microgametes).
A mass of mucous-covered cercariae of trematodes of the
genus Dicrocoelium which is released by infected terrestrial
Referring to the colloidal fluid state (plasmasol) of the
endoplasm within the protozoan cell.
An infection with the migrating plerocercoid larva of an
unidentified species of the Pseudophyllidea.
A furrow or indentation coursing diagonally along the mid-
body surface of certain flagellates which may be responsible
for their twirling motility.
One of the divisions of the first developmental stages within
the Oocyst of a coccidian; which will ultimately develop into a
sporocyst containing sporozoites.