Definition of Piroplasms
1. piroplasm [n] - See also: piroplasm
Lexicographical Neighbors of Piroplasms
Literary usage of Piroplasms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1904)
"The blood was examined, and about 30 per cent, of the red cells were found to contain the piroplasms. The animal became daily more emaciated, fed little, ..."
2. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1916)
"... we have a group of parasites known as the piroplasms. The correct name for these parasites is Babesia but they are better known under the name ..."
3. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1916)
"... STAINED SPECIMEN piroplasms Belonging like the malarial parasite to the ... we have a group of parasites known as the piroplasms. ..."
4. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1907)
"These rings were very rarely met with up to the thirty- eighth day, on which date a slight febrile reaction occurred and the piroplasms slightly increased ..."
5. The Animal Parasites of Man by Harold Benjamin Fantham, Maximilian Gustav Christian Carl Braun (1916)
"When animals recover, there are still some piroplasms left in the blood. " Recovered " or "salted" animals are not susceptible to reinfection, ..."
6. The Clinical Pathology of the Blood of Domesticated Animals by Samuel Howard Burnett (1908)
"Theiler inoculated 15 calves with the blood of cattle immune to red water and obtained reactions with small piroplasms in the blood from the 2$th to the ..."
7. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1914)
"piroplasms were successfully cultivated in vitro. Contagious Abortion. — Investigations of this disease have been continued and it has been found that ..."