my favorite protozoa..Giardia lamblia...morphologically that is..bunch of little smiling faces but dont be fooled by their cuteness..they can cause some serious damage..

my favorite protozoa..Giardia lamblia...morphologically that is..bunch of little smiling faces but dont be fooled by their cuteness..they can cause some serious damage..

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Giardia lamblia, a protozoan parasite that colonises and reproduces in the small intestine
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Giardia smiles back at you. Duodenum has C-shaped/cup-shaped organisms because cut on its side.
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Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicting a Giardia lamblia protozoan undergoing binary fission, creating what appears to be a microscopic “heart.” This flagellated protozoan parasite inhabits and reproduces in the lumen of the small intestine and is responsible for the diarrheal infection giardiasis.

Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicting a Giardia lamblia protozoan undergoing binary fission, creating what appears to be a microscopic “heart.” This flagellated protozoan parasite inhabits and reproduces in the lumen of the small intestine and is responsible for the diarrheal infection giardiasis.

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Why in the hell would you want this!?!?!?! I thought this would make you smile Merrit!!!

Why in the hell would you want this!?!?!?! I thought this would make you smile Merrit!!!

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Giardia intestinalis is a protozoan flagellate (Diplomonadida). This protozoan was initially named Cercomonas intestinalis by Lambl in 1859. It was renamed Giardia lamblia by Stiles in 1915 in honor of Professor A. Giard of Paris and Dr. F. Lambl of Prague. However, many consider the name, Giardia intestinalis, to be the correct name for this protozoan. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature is reviewing this issue.

Giardia intestinalis is a protozoan flagellate (Diplomonadida). This protozoan was initially named Cercomonas intestinalis by Lambl in 1859. It was renamed Giardia lamblia by Stiles in 1915 in honor of Professor A. Giard of Paris and Dr. F. Lambl of Prague. However, many consider the name, Giardia intestinalis, to be the correct name for this protozoan. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature is reviewing this issue.

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