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protozoology

[¦prōd·ō·zō′äl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
That branch of biology which deals with the Protozoa.
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Simpson, "Isolation and characterization of kinetoplast DNA networks and minicircles from Crithidia fasciculata," The Journal of Protozoology, vol.
[5] Reader, Department of Protozoology, School of Tropical Medicine, Koikata.
Calderon, "Entamoeba histolytica: collagenolytic activity and virulence," Journal of Protozoology, vol.
In addition to the basic preventive medicine course and postgraduate roentgenology course, the school now offered a 14 week postgraduate session in preventive medicine which included instruction in bacteriology, personal hygiene, protozoology, immunology, epidemiology, helminthology, entomology, chemistry, and vital statistics.
That Dutchman Anton van Leeuwenhoek is the founder of bacteriology and protozoology (the study of protozoa--the name for animal-like single-celled organisms)?
Olaho-Mukani, "Surra in camel calves in Laikipia district of Kenya," Journal of Protozoology research, vol.
Veterinary Protozoology, lowa State University Press, Ames, lowa.
This book will be valuable to students, researchers and practitioners of protozoology, coccidian biology, veterinary science and zoology.
Authors are obliged by using the Tissue Culture Facility at Laboratory of Protozoology Institute of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Antwerp Belgium.