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Trypanosoma Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Trypanosoma collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Africa. Native affected by sleeping sickness. Engraving by T
Africa. Native affected by sleeping sickness. Engraving by T
Mary Evans Prints Online

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African trypanosomiasis in the red blood cells
African trypanosomiasis in the red blood cells
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Conceptual image of Trypanosoma
Conceptual image of Trypanosoma
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Trypanosomes
Trypanosomes
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Sleeping Sickness Parasite in red blood cells
Sleeping Sickness Parasite in red blood cells
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Trypanosomes in blood smear, SEM C016/5783
Trypanosomes in blood smear, SEM C016/5783
Science Photo Library

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False colour SEM of the head of a tsetse fly
False colour SEM of the head of a tsetse fly
Science Photo Library

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Head of Tsetse fly
Head of Tsetse fly
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False colour SEM of the head of a tsetse fly Featured Image

False colour SEM of the head of a tsetse fly

False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a tsetse fly Glossina morsitans, a large bloodsucking fly of tropical Africa. The tsetse fly transmits a parasitic protozoan called Trypanosoma, of which T. gambiense & T. rhodesiense are the agents of sleeping sickness in humans. Both male & female are bloodsuckers. Their habitat is varied, ranging from forest to river bank to savanah. Unlike most flies the tsetse gives birth to fully developed larvae, which immediately pupate. The female nurtures one larva at a time, with a total of 8-10 per lifetime. The short antennae are adorned with bristles called aristae. Magnification: x14 at 6x4.5cm size

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