Amebula

Daughter cell resulting from mitosis and cytokinesis of an encysted amoeba.

amebula

amebula A term applied to the excysted young amebas of Entamoeba species that emerge from the cyst in the human, or vertebrate gut, and their immediate progeny, usually totaling eight, prior to their localization in the large intestine.
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amebula

Term applied to the excysted young amoebas of Entamoeba species that emerge from the cyst in the human or vertebrate gut and their immediate progeny, usually totalling eight, prior to their localization in the large intestine. ... Origin: fr. G. Amoibe, a change, alteration ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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amebula

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-mē′byū-lă, -lē Definitions: 1. The excysted young amebae, usually totaling eight, of Entamoeba species, and their immediate progeny, which emerge from the cyst in the vertebrate gut, before their localization in the large intestine.
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