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fr: Le plasmodium de la malaria en: The malaria plasmodium

  • Description: Malaria is transmitted to people and animals by mozzies. Malarial sporozoites develop inside oocysts and are released in large numbers into the hemocoel of Anopheles stephensi mosquitoes. This false-colored electron micrograph shows a sporozoite migrating through the cytoplasm of midgut epithelia.
  • Credit: Cover credit: Image by Ute Frevert; false colour by Margaret Shear
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