Ring Form

An immature malarial parasite, which is a characteristic finding in peripheral red cells infected by Plasmodium spp; trophozoite ‘rings’ are globose, have a central vacuole, a red chromatin mass and blue cytoplasm; with maturation, the ‘rings’ evolve to an ameboid form
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Here and there nebulous masses like large flakes of starry snow; and from the zenith to the nadir, an immense ring formed by an impalpable dust of stars, the "Milky Way," in the midst of which the sun ranks only as a star of the fourth magnitude.
BEFORE the ring formed round the Old Hell Shaft was broken, one figure had disappeared from within it.
One would like to tell of Bert sallying forth to challenge his rival, of a ring formed and a spirited encounter, and Bert by some miracle of pluck and love and good fortune winning.
Plasmodium species, especially Plasmodium falciparum, can have a similar appearance, but helpful distinguishing characteristics for Babesia are absence of hemozoin deposits in the ring form, absence of banana-shaped gametocytes, multiply infected red cells with the rare presence of tetrads ("Maltese crosses"), and appearance of extraerythrocytic organisms in severe cases.
1A-C) and red blood cells (RBC) with delicate ring form trophozoites.
"The letter forms, decoration and ring form indicate that the ring is of late sixteenth to mid-seventeenthcentury date," the website said.
was inconclusive due to a very low parasitaemia with only a single ring form identified.
The monomer is known formally as aminocaproic acid, but in its ring form it is called caprolactam.
To obtain a hardened zone in ring form the sample was rotate with 5mm/s linear speed or 10mm/s.
When rested, line the pastry ring form with the pastry ensuring a flush fit all around.
Palapa Ring is a submarine cable system in ring form. Each ring will provide broadband capacity access from one point to another in each regency.