microsporidian

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Related to Microsporidia: cryptosporidium, Enterocytozoon bieneusi
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Noun1.microsporidian - parasite of arthropods and fishes that invade and destroy host cells
sporozoan - parasitic spore-forming protozoan
Mycrosporidia, order Mycrosporidia - an order in the subclass Cnidosporidia
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Microsporidia are ubiquitous obligate intracellular parasites responsible for a variety of diseases and economic losses due to their adverse effects (1).
Potential epidemiological role of microsporidia. Zoonoses Public Health 2012;59:23-8.
Laboratuvarda klinik orneklerden ve kulturden Microsporidia enfeksiyonlari olustugu da bildirilmistir (7).
PCR for the diagnosis and species identification of microsporidia in patients with keratitis.
Goodgame, "Understanding intestinal spore-forming protozoa: Cryptosporidia, Microsporidia, Isospora, and Cyclospora," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.
Giacobino, A., Rivero, R., Molineri, A., Cagnolo, N., Merke, J., Orellano, E., Salto, C., Signorini, M., (2016), Fumagillin control of Nosema ceranae (Microsporidia:Nosematidae) infection in honey bee (Hymenoptera:Apidae) colonies in Argentina, Vet Ital., 30; 52(2),145-51.
Fu X, Hunter DM, Shi WP (2010) Effect of Paranosema (Nosema) locustae (Microsporidia) on morphological phase transformation of Locusta migratoria manilensis (Orthoptera: Acrididae).
Prevalence of intestinal parasites including Microsporidia in a HIV infected adults in Cameroon: a cross-sectional study.
santolla could also be important considering many possible factors regulating the abundance of exploited lithodid crab populations like i) embryonic mortality during egg carrying due to microscopic (e.g., protozoa of the phylum Microsporidia) and macroscopic parasites, ii) environmental and hydrographic variability at local and regional scales, iii) biased stock assessment, iv) increased predatory populations (Morado et al, 2014) and reductions of optimum settling areas (Blaum, 1986; Epelbaum & Borisov, 2007; Canete et al., 2008; Daly et al., 2009).
Molecular characterization of Nosema bombi (Microsporidia: Nosematidae) and a note on its sites of infection in Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apoidea).