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  • noun Plural form of filaria.

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Examples

  • Moreover, the great majority of all protozoa, filariae, bacteria, and viruses are not dangerous for human consumption, because they are not transmittable to humans, i.e., they are simply excreted when consumed.16 Their greatest drawback is that they do reduce the quality of the meat.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • … Others can only be identified with a microscope, such as the majority of protozoa [single-celled animals], certain blood filariae [small larvae of pathogen parasites in the blood vessels], and the trichinae.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Moreover, the great majority of all protozoa, filariae, bacteria, and viruses are not dangerous for human consumption, because they are not transmittable to humans, i.e., they are simply excreted when consumed.16 Their greatest drawback is that they do reduce the quality of the meat.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • According to the textbook, still the presence of most parasites is easy to detect with the naked eye, even the microscopic ones, like protozoa and filariae, and also the bacteria and viruses, because they change the appearance of the meat.15 This can also be seen from the illustration at left.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • … Others can only be identified with a microscope, such as the majority of protozoa [single-celled animals], certain blood filariae [small larvae of pathogen parasites in the blood vessels], and the trichinae.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • According to the textbook, still the presence of most parasites is easy to detect with the naked eye, even the microscopic ones, like protozoa and filariae, and also the bacteria and viruses, because they change the appearance of the meat.15 This can also be seen from the illustration at left.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Moreover, the great majority of all protozoa, filariae, bacteria, and viruses are not dangerous for human consumption, because they are not transmittable to humans, i.e., they are simply excreted when consumed.16 Their greatest drawback is that they do reduce the quality of the meat.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • According to the textbook, still the presence of most parasites is easy to detect with the naked eye, even the microscopic ones, like protozoa and filariae, and also the bacteria and viruses, because they change the appearance of the meat.15 This can also be seen from the illustration at left.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • … Others can only be identified with a microscope, such as the majority of protozoa [single-celled animals], certain blood filariae [small larvae of pathogen parasites in the blood vessels], and the trichinae.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • … Others can only be identified with a microscope, such as the majority of protozoa [single-celled animals], certain blood filariae [small larvae of pathogen parasites in the blood vessels], and the trichinae.

    Modern Science in the Bible

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