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FIGURE 2.8 Tachyzoites endodyogeny. (A) Typical rosette of intracellular tachyzoite multiplication in adherent cells grown in vitro where division occur in one single plane. The vacuole and tubulo vesicular network (tvn) surround the parasites, all of which are in an early stage of endodyogeny (arrows). Host cell mitochondria (arrowheads) surround the parasitophorous vacuole membrane. HCN, host cell nucleus. Bar = 1 |im. (B) The next round of endodyogeny (arrowheads) may begin before the end of the previous one, when daughter tachyzoites are not fully separated (arrow).

FIGURE 2.8 Tachyzoites endodyogeny. (A) Typical rosette of intracellular tachyzoite multiplication in adherent cells grown in vitro where division occur in one single plane. The vacuole and tubulo vesicular network (tvn) surround the parasites, all of which are in an early stage of endodyogeny (arrows). Host cell mitochondria (arrowheads) surround the parasitophorous vacuole membrane. HCN, host cell nucleus. Bar = 1 |im. (B) The next round of endodyogeny (arrowheads) may begin before the end of the previous one, when daughter tachyzoites are not fully separated (arrow).

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