hemoparasite

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hemoparasite

[¦hē·mō′par·ə‚sīt]
(invertebrate zoology)
A parasitic animal that lives in the blood of a vertebrate.
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Avian chronic infectioncaused by Haemoparasite induces reproductive costs.
Her blood picture revealed normocytic normochromic anemia with rouleux formation and no evidence of any haemoparasite.
Birds, Colombia, haematozoa, haemoparasite, infection, Neotropics, prevalence.
No haemoparasite and atypical cells seen Table 2: Liver and Renal Function Tests Parameters Values Total bilirubin 1.
This suggests a high susceptibility of sheep to this haemoparasite if we compared this data with the ones obtained in cattle in a similar agriecological zone and same season [19].
Prevalence of new and known species of haemoparasites in feral pigeons in northwest Italy.
1) It also come up with detailed information regarding the presence of haemoparasites within the bone marrow, the presence of infiltrates and storage diseases.
After a week, all pigeons were clinically healthy and no haemoparasites observed when blood smears from previously sick pigeons were re-screened.
Other similar disease conditions including haemoparasites and leptospirosis were ruled out through standard laboratory techniques (Cole et al.