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he·mo·cyte

(hē'mō-sīt),
Any cell or formed element of the blood.
Synonym(s): hematocyte
[hemo- + G. kytos, a hollow (cell)]

hemocyte

/he·mo·cyte/ (he´mo-sīt) blood cell.

hemocyte

(hē′mə-sīt′)
n.
A cellular component of the blood, especially of an invertebrate.

hemocyte

he·mo·cyte

(hē'mō-sīt)
Any cell or formed element of the blood.
Synonym(s): haemocyte.
[hemo- + G. kytos, a hollow (cell)]

he·mo·cyte

(hē'mō-sīt)
Any cell or formed element of the blood.
Synonym(s): haemocyte.
[hemo- + G. kytos, a hollow (cell)]

hemocyte

a blood cell.
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Semiquantitative RT-PCR results indicated BmCRT mRNA was highest expressed in testis also high expressed in ovary hemocytes silk gland and fat body but with a low level in Malpighian tubule epidermis and midgut (Fig.
Total RNA was extracted from fat bodies and hemocytes using the RNeasy[TM] kit and reverse transcribed using the Omniscript[R] Reverse Transcription kit (www.
The objective of this work was to study motion activity and level of energetic metabolism of hemocytes of representatives of Dictyoptera order.
Other authors have pointed out that the appearance and increase in brown vesicles, together with hemocytes at the inflammation site, represent mechanisms of pollutant incorporation, accumulation, and detoxification (Engel 1999).
The olive tail moment and percent tail DNA were not different for hemocyte comets from the different treatments (Fig.
Comparative morphological and functional studies on hemocytes from both snails.
The cost of a cellular immune reaction can be estimated and quantified by the relative volume of hemocytes required by the host to encapsulate a penetrating hyphal body.
parvum oocysts from artificially contaminated water and retain them in hemocytes, on gills, and within the body for at least 1 month (1).
The most heavily infected tissue was the adductor muscle, containing large clusters of zoites in necrotic areas of individually infected muscle cells and inside hemocytes (Kristmundsson et al.