amoeboid


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Synonyms for amoeboid

like an amoeba (especially in having a variable irregular shape)

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High-speed imaging of amoeboid movements using light-sheet microscopy.
F) Pale and larger than normal erythrocyte with parasitism, with amoeboid trophozoite and Schuffner's dot within with outline irregular.
Acute urticaria associated with amoeboid forms of Blastocystis sp.
Amoeboid [15] robots move as a result of a pumping motion between the anterior and posterior ends of the system.
At 3 PLDs, there was a decrease in ramified Iba1+ cells in the ischemic site, with increase in amoeboid and round Iba1+ cells (Figures 4(c) and 4(d)).
1) Blastocystis hominis is highly pleomorphic and can be detected in stool samples in various forms like vacuolar, granular, amoeboid and cyst(12) and also its size varies from 2-200gm in diameter.
In 1912, Alexeieff proposed a new genus for questionable amoeboid forms, which he named NAgleria in honor of NAgler's work.
Cytologically, there may be 2 types of cells in EAML: (1) clear cells with finely granular cytoplasm and small monomorphic nuclei and (2) eosinophilic cells with abundant cytoplasm, epithelioid morphology, and large nuclei with prominent nucleoli, also known as amoeboid cells (Figure 3, F).
Gentiana acaulis that has anthers with orbicules and an amoeboid tapetum type (Lombardo & Carraro, 1976).
Amoeboid Protist: Body Builder from the Mediterranean
COMPARED to most of the new species on the list, the single-cell amoeboid protist is a giant, coming in at a staggering four to five centimetres tall.
Antimicrobial and cytolytic polypeptides of amoeboid protozoa-effector molecules of primitive phagocytes.
Toth, "Maze-solving by an amoeboid organism," Nature, vol.