haemocyte


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haemocyte

(ˈhiːməʊˌsaɪt; ˈhɛm-) or

hemocyte

n
(Biology) any blood cell, esp a red blood cell
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Haemocyte count was highly influenced by the homeopathic treatments formulated from pathogenic bacteria, followed by sodium metasilicate-phosphoric acid and Vidatox[R].
The challenged goldfish exhibited sarcolysis along with haemocyte infiltration (Figure 3a) and diffused muscle bundle (Figure 3b).
Effect of repeated sampling on haemolymph pH, P[O.sub.2] and haemocyte activity in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg).
It is also showed that the shrimp having fed of higher concentration of lyophilized probiotic strain produced higher total haemocyte count, phenoloxidase activity, respiratory burst activity, lysosome activity, plasma protein concentration and bactericidal activity compared to other diets with lower concentrations (27).
Christophides, "Novel factors of Anopheles gambiae haemocyte immune response to Plasmodium berghei infection," Parasites & Vectors, vol.
Zeng, "IB-LBM simulation of the haemocyte dynamics in a stenotic capillary," Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, vol.
[37] successfully identified a new isoform of ALF, Sc-ALF, and first crustin, Sc-crustin, from the haemocyte of the S.
Application of primary haemocyte culture of Penaeus monodon in the assessment of cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of heavy metals and pesticides.
Cysteine proteinase 1 (CP1), a cathepsin L-like enzyme expressed in the Drosophila melanogaster haemocyte cell line mbn-2.
[5] found that Neutral Red dye retention time in haemocyte lysosomes was increased in cultured mussels during the winter months, gradually decreasing throughout late spring/early summer, suggesting that cold temperatures may reduce the impact or response to physiological stressors.