Cnidospora

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Cnidospora

[nī′däs·pə·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subphylum of spore-producing protozoans that are parasites in cells and tissues of invertebrates, fishes, a few amphibians, and turtles.
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Widespread vertical transmission and associated host sex-ratio distortion within the eukaryotic phylum Microspora. Proc.
Opportunistic properties of Nosema algerae (Microspora), a mosquito parasite, in immunocompromised mice.
Infections of gastrointestinal tract with protozoa such as cryptosporidia, microspora, isospora belli, bacteria such as salmonella, shigella, campylobacter can lead to diarrhoea and pre-renal AKI.
Their spores had 3-4 septa and 2 or 3 appendages at one end characteristics of Pestalotiopsis microspora [30] (Figure 2(d)).
Claussen, "Lead and nickel removal using Microspora and Lemna minor," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Claussen, "Lead and nickel removing using Microspora and Lemna minor," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Mycotypha microspora is a filamentous fungus first described as a genus in 1932 when it was noted to be a pathogenic organism of an orange [1].
Production of [alpha]-amylase by Rhizopus microspora using agricultural by-product in solid state fermentation.
The results reflect that Microspora floccosa algae considered to be favorable for biofuel production.
The fungal group Microspora in the family Unikaryonidae can act as a hyperparasite on trematode larvae when ingested by a snail host, and microsporidia can reduce Fasciola hepatica infections in snails (Canning et al.
(2013) 54 Xanthoparmelia microspora MAF-Lich 19263 P PELTIGERACEAE 55 Peltigera austroamericana HUPCH-LIQ-1102, 1103 I 56 P.