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Plasmodium Malariae young trophozoiet

Plasmodium Malariae young trophozoiet

Plasmodium Falciparum macrogametocyt (banana shaped)

Plasmodium Falciparum macrogametocyt (banana shaped)

Plasmodium Malariae schizont

Plasmodium Malariae schizont

Plasmodium Malariae gametocyte [ovoid]

Plasmodium Malariae gametocyte [ovoid]

Plasmodium falciparum gametocyte

Microscopy of Plasmodium species

Ultra-Sensitive Detection of Plasmodium falciparum

[can have more than one troph in RBC; can have more than one chromatin dot; creates knobby appearance of RBC; mature troph and schizont not seen in blood] Medical Laboratory and Biomedical Science: parasitology - Plasmodium falciparum.

Sickle-cell mystery solved : Nature News & CommentSickle cells infected with Plasmodium falciparum (green) collapse and prevent the parasite from interfering with the cell's actin proteins, protecting the host against malaria.

Researchers discover how carriers of the sickle-cell anaemia gene are protected from malaria.

Plasmodium Malariae Schizont

Plasmodium Malariae Schizont

Plasmodium vivax macrogametocyte [round; malariae is ovoid]

malariae is ovoid]

*This simple Qigong exercise can give your immunity a boost by increasing your T cells* ------ T cells help destroy viruses, bacteria and other invaders, and fight cancer cells. They mature in the thymus gland. Please practice this Qigong to stay young!

*This simple Qigong exercise can give your immunity a boost by increasing your T cells* ------ T cells help destroy viruses, bacteria and other invaders, and fight cancer cells. They mature in the thymus gland. Please practice this Qigong to stay young!

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