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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It reviewed "studies conducted in settings similar to the United States in rates of malnutrition, hemoparasite burden, and general socioeconomic status.
Ectoparasite and hemoparasite infection in a diverse temperate lizard assemblage at Macres Flat, South Island, New Zealand.
Given that this text is designed as a clinical atlas, this chapter does not provide an exhaustive review of hemoparasite life cycles.
Morphological characterization of hemoparasites from small mammals living in forest fragments in Paraguay.
They concentrate on normal cellular findings and common abnormal findings: red and white blood count morphology changes, hemoparasites, and infectious agents.
This study measured the hematologic parameters and detected the presence of hemoparasites from 146 wild, nonmigratory Canada geese in central North Carolina, USA, during their annual molt.
equi (1), which undergoes a complex developmental cycle in the vector similar to that of other apicomplexan hemoparasites (2,3).
are bacterial hemoparasites with a Jj wide variety of mammalian hosts as reservoirs.
Hematology and occurrence of hemoparasites in migrating sharp-shinned hawks (Accipiter striatus) during fall migration.