"Parasite Encystment" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
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Process by which certain parasites such as GIARDIA and ENTAMOEBA convert from the TROPHOZOITE to SCHIZONT when exposed to stress.
- Parasite Encystment
- Encystment, Parasite
- Encystments, Parasite
- Parasite Encystments
- Protozoan Encystment
- Encystment, Protozoan
- Encystments, Protozoan
- Protozoan Encystments
- Parasite Encystation
- Encystation, Parasite
- Encystations, Parasite
- Parasite Encystations
- Protozoan Encystation
- Encystation, Protozoan
- Encystations, Protozoan
- Protozoan Encystations
- Protozoan Parasite Encysment
- Encysment, Protozoan Parasite
- Encysments, Protozoan Parasite
- Parasite Encysment, Protozoan
- Parasite Encysments, Protozoan
- Protozoan Parasite Encysments
- Protozoan Parasite Encystation
- Encystation, Protozoan Parasite
- Encystations, Protozoan Parasite
- Parasite Encystation, Protozoan
- Parasite Encystations, Protozoan
- Protozoan Parasite Encystations
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