hemoparasite


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he·mo·par·a·site

(hē'mō-par'ă-sīt)
A parasite that inhabits the bloodstream of the host.
Synonym(s): haemoparasite.

hemoparasite

an animal parasite, specifically a bacterium, an apicomplexan, hemoflagellate or filarid worm, living in the blood of a vertebrate, e.g. Babesia spp., Mycoplasma spp., Trypanosoma spp.
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Effective hemoparasite control can be achieved by considering the role of various factors affecting the dynamics of parasites and their vectors.
Blood smear Slide box/ Under an optic staining Environmental microscope (Carl temperature Zeiss[R], Standard 20 model), with 100x immersion lens, 20 fields of each smear were observed in search of hemoparasite presence.
Because hemoparasite infection was suspected, blood samples were obtained from 20 cows and 11 calves.
Seasonal incidence and hemoparasite infections rates of Ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) detached from cattle in Costa Rica.
Seasonal incidence and hemoparasite infection rates of ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) detached from cattle in Costa Rica.
Given that this text is designed as a clinical atlas, this chapter does not provide an exhaustive review of hemoparasite life cycles.
Seasonal incidence and hemoparasite infectins rates of Ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) detached from cattle in Costa Rica.
HEMOPARASITES PRESENT IN FERAL POPULATIONS OF ROCK DOVE (COLUMBA LIVIA) IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LIMA, PERU
by bacterial culture; hemoparasites investigation by the panoptic staining method visualized in an optical microscope; and parasitological feces examination by fecal sedimentation and floatation tests.
Morphological characterization of hemoparasites from small mammals living in forest fragments in Paraguay.
To assess cross reactivity with other hemoparasites and recognition of other T vivax isolates, sera from sheep naturally and experimentally infected with T vivax, hemoparasites-negative cattle, cattle experimentally infected with Babesia bigemina and a horse (Equus caballus) naturally infected with T.