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In Plasmodium, gametocytes are formed by j the trophozoites in the RBS of man. They do not develop fully in RBC because of

A. antibodies present in blood

B. antigens present in blood

C. higher temperautre of blood

D. lower temeprature of blood

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  1. The ecological niche of Entamoeba histolytica is
  2. The trophozoite of Plasmodium lives in
  3. Protozoa which completely lack trophj organelles are classifed under
  4. The cilia in Paramecium are
  5. Trophozoites of E.histolytica reproduced by
  6. A food vacuole develops in Paramecium at the distal end of
  7. The only stage of malarial parasite that can survive in the stomach of mosquito is
  8. The life-cycle of malarial parasite in liver is called
  9. Amoeba secretes digestive enzymes to hydrolyse
  10. The energy for Amoeba for doing work comes from
  11. All stages in the life cycle of malarial parasite are haploid except
  12. The mode of life of Plasmodium in man and mosquito respectively is
  13. Characters that are more useful in classification of animals are
  14. Attack of malaria occurs every fourth day when patient is infected by
  15. In the life cycle of Plasmodium, man is the
  16. Treatment of the infection by malarial parasite in the principal host is studied under
  17. The sexual phase of life cycle of Plasmodium is completed in
  18. The giant Amoeba is
  19. Amoebiasis is caused by
  20. A liver biopsy of a patient suffering from amoebic hepatic abscess would demonstrate the presence of
  21. N.M.E.P is the abbreviation of
  22. The rossette stage in lif^ cycle of Plasmodium is found in
  23. Which of the following organelles are associated with defence in Protozoans ?
  24. Sporozoites of Plasmodium vivax are produced from
  25. Highly polypoid meganucleus is present in
  26. The trophozoite of Entamoeba histolytica reproduces by
  27. The disease caused by Trypanosoma cruzi is
  28. Under unfavourable conditions, the Amoeba reproduces by
  29. Golgi cycle in Plasmodium occurs in man, in
  30. Pseudopodia of Amoeba are important for