haemolymph


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haemolymph

(ˈhɛməʊˌlɪmf; ˈhiːm-) or

hemolymph

n
(Zoology) zoology the blood-like fluid of invertebrates
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The haemolymph serving mite, Varroa destructor (Anderson and Trueman), is a supreme rigorous pest menacing honeybee worldwide (Lodesani et al.
Antibacterial properties of whole body extracts and haemolymph of Lucilia sericata maggots.
Milky disease is caused by a protozoan that usually infect the tissue and haemolymph of the mud crab.
Acid phosphatases in the haemolymph of the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria, infected with the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae.
Haemolymph volume, changes in the biochemical composition of the blood, and cytological responses of the digestive cells of Mytilus californianus Conrad, induced by nutritional, thermal and exposure stress.
nutrition and their occurrence in haemolymph, silk gland and silk cocoons--A review.
An anticoagulant solution for haemolymph collection and prophenoloxidase studies of penaeid shrimp (Penaeus californiensis).
Clockcontrolled rhythm of ecdysteroid levels in the haemolymph and testes, and its relation to sperm release in the Egyptian cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis.
Gills: showed severe edema, pyknotic nuclei, hyperplasia, haemolymph cell infiltration as well as thickened and enlarged gill chambers and lamellar sinuses at were observed (FIG.
It was measured by withdrawing a 500 [micro]l sample of haemolymph from arthrodial membrane at the base of the fourth walking legs.
Jones, "Effects of the model PAH phenanthrene on immune function and oxidative stress in the haemolymph of the temperate scallop Pecten maximus," Chemosphere, vol.