Definition of Endamoebae

1. endamoeba [n] - See also: endamoeba



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Endamoebae

endable
endadelphos
endaemonism
endamage
endamaged
endamagement
endamagements
endamages
endamaging
endameba
endamebae
endamebas
endamebic
endamnified
endamnify
endamoebae (current term)
endamoebas
endanger
endangered
endangered species
endangeredness
endangerest
endangereth
endangering
endangerment
endangerments
endangers
endangiitis
endangiitis obliterans
endaortitis

Literary usage of Endamoebae

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1. Proceedings of the second Pan American scientific congress: Washington, U. S by Glen Levin Swiggett (1917)
"... as a distinct species certain authorities have described other endamoebae occurring in diarrheal conditions and which they have regarded as new species, ..."

2. The Roentgen Diagnosis of Diseases of the Alimentary Canal by Russell Daniel Carman (1920)
"endamoebae histolytica in stools. Urinalysis negative. Roentgen findings: No retention from the six-hour meal. Fairly active peristalsis. ..."

3. Alveolodental Pyorrhea by Charles Cassedy Bass (1915)
"endamoebae buccalis vary in size from about 32 microns down to about 6 microns in diameter. Some are round or oval, others are more or less irregular in ..."

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