Bodo

A genus of free-living, ovoid or slightly pyriform protozoa with two flagella, one projecting anteriorly and the other posteriorly; may be ingested as encysted forms in food or drink, or possibly deposited in faeces or urine after excretion; in either instance, cysts frequently develop into trophozoites if the specimen is permitted to remain at roo
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(from the article `protomonad`) ...feces and also may be found in human and animal intestines. The choanoflagellates, which sometimes are placed in a separate order, have a ...
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group of peoples speaking Tibeto-Burman languages in the northeastern Indian states of Assam and Meghalaya and in Bangladesh. The Bodo are the ...
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site of paleoanthropological excavation in the Awash River valley of Ethiopia known for the 1976 discovery of a 600,000-year-old cranium that is ...
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[Didiévi] Bodo (Didiévi) is a town and commune in Côte d`Ivoire. ...
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[Tiassalé] Bodo (Tiassalé) is a town and commune in Côte d`Ivoire. ...
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Bodo

Type: Term Pronunciation: bō′dō Definitions: 1. A genus of free-living, ovoid, or slightly pyriform protozoa with two flagella, one projecting anteriorly and the other posteriorly; may be ingested as encysted forms in food or drink, or possibly deposited in feces or urine after excretion; in either instance, cysts frequently develop
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[painter] Camille-Pierre Pambu Bodo, known as Bodo (born 1953), is a painter from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Bodo was born in 1953 and raised in Mandu, Democratic Republic of Congo, Bodo left high school to move to Kinshasa in 1970; he participated in the exhibit Art Partout that same year, and has since become Pentecostal. He lives,
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Bodo

[genus] Bodo is a genus of flagellate protozoans. They are free-living relatives of the parasitic trypanosomes. The most well-known species is Bodo saltans. Species include: ...
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[bishop] Bodo (c. 814 – 876) was the palace deacon to Frankish Emperor Louis the Pious (814 to 840). In early 838, Bodo intended to make a pilgrimage to Rome but instead converted to Judaism. His conversion was regarded as a rejection of the Carolingian culture and the Christian faith. Bodo left the Carolingian Kingdom for Muslim Spain in
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[surname] Bodo is the surname of: ...
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