Oocyst of Plasmodium develops from

A. female gametocyte

B. fertilised microgamete

C. fertilised macrogamete

D. ookinete

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  1. The intermediate host of malarial parasite is
  2. If a fresh water Amoeba for some reason in unable to form contractile vacuole, it will
  3. Erythrocytic cycle of Plasmodium produces
  4. Process of reconstitution of nuclei in a single paramecium without fusion of gametic nuclei is
  5. Trypanosomiasis is a disease, transmitted by vector
  6. The life cycle of Plasmodium in human blood is called
  7. Gametocytes of Plasmodium are produced in the
  8. The zoological name of giant amoeba is
  9. Protozoa which completely lack trophj organelles are classifed under
  10. In the life cycle of Plasmodium, man is the
  11. In a Paramecium, the trichocysts are used for
  12. Quinine, utilised in the treatment of malaria, is extracted from
  13. Trophozoites of E.histolytica reproduced by
  14. The micronucleus in Paramecium is concerried with
  15. The shivering, a characteristic symptom of malaria, occurs when
  16. The Trx/panosoma causes sleeping sickness in man. It finally involves
  17. n Amoeba, when transferred from pond water to distilled water, forms
  18. Malaria is a disease transmitted by the bite of
  19. Plasmalemma membrane covers thebody of
  20. Highly polypoid meganucleus is present in
  21. Down stroke and recovery stroke are characteristic of
  22. The mode of life of Plasmodium in man and mosquito respectively is
  23. Trypanosoma is transmitted by
  24. The pseudopodia of Amoeba are meant for
  25. Oocyst of Plasmodium develops from
  26. The energy for Amoeba for doing work comes from
  27. Which of the following is a correct matching ?
  28. The erthrocytic phase of the life cycle of Plasmodium passes in
  29. Malarial parasites could best be obtained from a patient
  30. Nuclear dimorphism is observed in