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a sporozoan in the active feeding stage of its life cycle

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Stool samples were examined within 2 hours of collection for trophozoites, cysts and ova of intestinal parasites by direct microscopic examination saline and Lugol's iodine wet mount preparation.
F) Pale and larger than normal erythrocyte with parasitism, with amoeboid trophozoite and Schuffner's dot within with outline irregular.
Acanthamoeba were characterized according to cyst (wrinkle double walled) and trophozoites (Acanthopodia and Pseudopodia) morphology.
Arrowheads in (a) indicate anterior flagella emerging from the trophozoite, while arrow heads in (b) indicate undulating membrane (1000x).
Trophozoites appear early, slowly moving through the agar with a contractile motion as they ingest the E.
Giemsa stained thin blood films (Sysmex SP-1000i; Sysmex, Kobe, Japan; Roche, Basel, Switzerland) revealed enlarged oval and fimbriated red cells with trophozoite and schizont forms of malarial parasites (Figures 4 and 5).
However, the transmission via skin lesions as well as through the rectal route by both, cyst and trophozoite, have also been suggested (WILLIAMS et al.
Tracks on the agar plate formed by the directional motility of the trophozoite can be observed (Figure 3).
The life cycle consists of an active trophozoite (vegetative phase) and dormant cyst.
After the amoebae had been infected for 7 days, we used an anti-Francisella antibody to observe bacteria inside the amoebal trophozoite (Fig.
Amebae are motile by cytoplasmic extensions called pseudopods and most amebae have cyst and trophozoite stages in their life cycle.
Cell count evaluations revealed that the pure compound R/J/3 restrict trophozoite proliferation in dose-and time-dependent ways and the compound R/J/3 showed the most pronounced activity at a dose of 50 [micro]g/ml.
2), The most dramatic of these is the transformation from an ancestral monomorphic trophozoite with a single nucleus and a single set of cytoskeletal and organellar features to the descendant binary-axial morphology in which each trophozoite has two full complements of all cytological components.
Routine microscopy of stool sample including hanging drop preparation was done to rule out the possibility of Vibrio cholera infection and also to observe the motility of the trophozoite of the parasites.