haemocyte


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haemocyte

(ˈhiːməʊˌsaɪt; ˈhɛm-) or

hemocyte

n
(Biology) any blood cell, esp a red blood cell
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2011) established that total hemocyte count, oxidative stress, and phagocytic/antimicrobial activity could be sensitive indicators of nutritional status in Haliotis laevigata', these assays may therefore present more effective determinants of haemocyte status in abalone.
The fine structure of the haemocyte of the holothurian Cucumaria miniata (Brandt).
Combined effects of temperature and cadmium exposure on haemocyte apoptosis and cadmium accumulation in the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin).
Increase of dietary vitamin C improves haemocyte respiratory burst response and growth of juvenile grass shrimp, Penaeus monodon, fed with high dietary copper.
Flow-cytometric analysis of haemocytes from eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica, subjected to a sudden temperature elevation I: haemocyte types and morphology.
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.
Zeng, "IB-LBM simulation of the haemocyte dynamics in a stenotic capillary," Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, vol.
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.
The separation of insect haemocyte types on Percoll gradients: methodology and problems.