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Isospora


A genus of protozoan parasites found in the intestines of birds, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals, including man. The oocysts produce two sporocysts, each with four sporozoites. Many species are parasitic in wild and domestic animals.

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Coccidium <b>isospora</b> Savage
Coccidium isospora Savage
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of <b>Isospora</b> Schneider,
of Isospora Schneider,
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<b>Isospora</b> araponga n.sp.,
Isospora araponga n.sp.,
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Scale bar = 10 µm. a: <b>Isospora</b>
Scale bar = 10 µm. a: Isospora
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Life cycle of <b>Isospora</b> belli
Life cycle of Isospora belli
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Geographic distribution:
Geographic distribution:
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<b>Isospora</b>-40X-13-02-2008A2
Isospora-40X-13-02-2008A2
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Scale bar = 10 µm. a: <b>Isospora</b>
Scale bar = 10 µm. a: Isospora
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Isospora belliIsospora hammondiIsosporaBlack SiskinDouble-collared SeedeaterLudwig's Double-collared SunbirdSouthern Double-collared SunbirdBare-throated BellbirdNorthern Double-collared SunbirdEastern Double-collared Sunbird

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