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Synonyms for ameba

naked freshwater or marine or parasitic protozoa that form temporary pseudopods for feeding and locomotion

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The concordance rates for the slide challenges with target diagnoses of HSIL and SCC fared only slightly better than the Ameba challenges, at 57.
Ameba is available via the web, Xbox 360, Google TV, Roku, LG Smart TV, LG 3D Blu-ray player, and LG Smart TV Upgrader.
Nao existe duvida que esse lodo ou ameba, ou qualquer porcao do protoplasma que lhes seja similar, sente.
Effect of hyaluronidase and of hyaluronic acid on cultures of Trypanosomes, Leishmania, and Ameba.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as organisms such as algae and ameba and bacteria can develop easily in bathing facilities' pipes, thorough sterilization is necessary to prevent future outbreaks.
From the ameba to the chimpanzee, survival seems to depend largely on characteristics very different from reasoning power (as defined here).
A free-living ameba naturally found in the environment, Balamuthia mandrillaris can cause a serious infection of the brain, other organs (skin, liver, kidneys), and rarely, spinal cord.
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The Ameba business includes Ameba, Ameba Pigg and AMoAd, etc.
Increased profits accompanying the transition of Ameba business to profitability and the improved productivity of the Internet advertising agency business allowed operating income to reach JPY 7,038 million (up 146.
Immunofluorescent staining of the tissue performed at the CDC identified the ameba as Acanthamoeba castellani.
To the Editor: Primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) is an acute and fulminant disease caused by Naegleria fowleri, an amphizoic ameba belonging to the family Vahlkampfidae.
8% on the previous year's 87,097 millionyen, driven by solid growth in the Ameba service, despite the Internet Advertising Business facing the negative impact of the economic downturn across several industries.
Description of business: Ameba business, Internet advertising business, social games business, venture capital business
9% to 70,142 million yen from 63,825 million yen in the previous third quarter for variousreasons including firm sales for mobile advertising in the Internet media business (advertising, fee collection, and content) and strong growth for Ameba, the Group's main business.