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English: Malaria is caused by a parasite (Plasmodium) transmitted to people and animals by mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles. The sporozoite life-stage of the parasite develops inside oocysts and are released in large numbers into the hemocoel of mosquitoes. This false-colored electron micrograph shows a sporozoite of Plasmodium bergei migrating through the cytoplasm of midgut epithelia of an Anopheles stephensi mosquito.
Français : Sporozoite de Plasmodium bergei, l'agent du paludsime des rongeurs (malaria).
  • image by Ute Frevert;
  • false color by Margaret Shear


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current21:12, July 10, 2005Thumbnail for version as of 21:12, July 10, 2005366 × 400 (48 KB)ComputerHotlineLe virus de la malaria

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