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encystment

[en′sist·mənt]
(biology)
The process of forming or becoming enclosed in a cyst or capsule.
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2015, Vannatta 2016) can be improved with measures of wetland seasonality, water flow, and depth that influence the location of intermediate hosts and metacercarial encystment by the parasite (Laursen and Stromberg 1993, Pybus 2001).
During the experimental period, which included the vegetative period and encystment (red pigment), dry weight was similar in WC and NPK medium (860-2500 pg x [cell.
Behavior during encystment and excystment as well as methods for extracting and desiccating these worms will be presented.
Water temperature during the encystment period influences the length of time to excystment (Howard and Anson, 1922; Zale and Neves, 1982; Watters and O'Dee, 1999).
In vitro encystment and experimental infections of Blastocystis hominis.
Encystment of the brain and spinal cord is life threatening and the most common manifestation, accounting for about 60%-90% of all cases (1).
Dinoflagellate cyst morphology: an analysis based on laboratory observations of encystment.
castellanii, where encystment was induced by raising NaCl concentration we observed, under phase microscopy, that as the trophozoites condensed in size and formed thickened cell walls they appeared to expel their particulate contents, including M.