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plas·mo·di·al

(plaz-mō'dē-ăl),
1. Relating to a plasmodium.
2. Relating to any species of the genus Plasmodium.

plas·mo·di·al

(plaz-mō'dē-ăl)
1. Relating to a plasmodium.
2. Relating to any species of the genus Plasmodium.
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An ultrastructural, cytochemical and immunofluorescence study of postmeiotic development of plasmodial tapetum in Tradescantia virginiana L.
Using this topology, secretory and plasmodial tapeta are both widely distributed in the monocotyledons (Table I), and have probably evolved several times.
Production of orbicules is normally associated with secretory tapeta (Echlin & Godwin, 1968; Heslop-Harrison & Dickinson, 1969), although they are occasionally recorded for plasmodial tapeta (Huysmans et al.
Because of its cyanobacterial origin, there are significant similarities in the organization and overall structures of the bacterial and plasmodial FAS-II enzymes (Muench et al.
In addition, the compounds were screened toward two toehr recombinant enzymes, [beta]-ketoacyl-ACP reductase (PfFabG) and [beta]-hydroxyacyl-ACP deydratase (PfFabZ) of the plasmodial FAS-II system.
Inhibiting activities of the secondary metabolites of Phlomis brunneogaleata against parasitic protozoa and plasmodial enoyl-ACP reductase, a crucial enzyme in fatty acid biosynthesis.
Antiprotozoal and plasmodial FabI enzyme inhibiting metabolites of Scrophularia lepidota roots.
Genetic studies on mechanisms influencing the susceptibility of Anopheline mosquitoes to plasmodial infection.
Though enough plasmodial antigen circulate in the blood during acute stage of the disease, short duration of the disease process may not allow enough time for the development of appropriate antibodies for formation of circulating immune complexes of the right structure to be deposited in the kidney.
These requirements are all fulfilled by plasmodial enzymes of the fatty acid biosynthetic pathway and of the recently discovered non-mevalonate pathway of isoprenoid precursors (Ralph et al.
In this context, it is interesting to note that flavonoids were repeatedly reported to act as inhibitors of plasmodial growth under in vitro as well as under in vivo conditions (van Baren et al.