Definition of Endamebae
1. endameba [n] - See also: endameba
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Literary usage of Endamebae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Clinical Diagnosis: A Manual of Laboratory Methods by James Campbell Todd (1918)
"Individuals range in size from 10 to 35 /*• In general, the endamebae are more ... With this, the cytoplasm of endamebae is blue and shows the vacuoles ..."
2. Animal Parasites and Human Disease by Asa Crawford Chandler (1922)
"... the lack of improvement with emetin shown in numerous instances of the disease, although the endamebae may disappear; and the fact that emetin acts upon ..."
3. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"The supposed causation of Rigg's disease by endamebae prompted the trial of emetin. Many observers reported good results; but neither these, ..."
4. Principles of Immunology by Howard Thomas Karsner, Enrique Eduardo Ecker (1921)
"... because the endamebae live at the expense of the bacteria, and the organisms, therefore, are not mutually advantageous to the existence of each other. ..."
5. Sanitation for Medical Officers by Edward Bright Vedder (1917)
"Walker fed 20 men material con- taming cysts of E. histolytica; 18 became parasitized, the average time of appearance of endamebae in the stools being six ..."