leptospiruria lep·to·spi·ru·ri·a (lěp’tə-spī-rur’ē-ə, -spīr-yur’-)
The presence of spirochetes of the genus Leptospira in the urine.
/ˌlɛptəʊspəˈrændʒɪɪt/ adjective 1. (of ferns) having each sporangium developing from a single cell, rather than from a group, and normally with specialized explosive spore dispersal Compare eusporangiate
[lep-tuh-teen] /ˈlɛp təˌtin/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. a stage of cell division during the prophase of meiosis, in which the chromosomes are not distinct but appear as a mass of entangled threads. /ˈlɛptəʊˌtiːn/ noun 1. the first stage of the prophase of meiosis during which the nuclear material becomes resolved into slender single-stranded chromosomes leptotene […]
Leptotrombidium Lep·to·trom·bid·i·um (lěp’tō-trŏm-bĭd’ē-əm) n. A genus of trombiculid mites that serve as vectors of tsutsugamushi disease in China, Southeast Asia, Australia, and various islands in the Pacific Ocean.
[lep-uh s, lee-puh s] /ˈlɛp əs, ˈli pəs/ noun, genitive Leporis [lep-er-is] /ˈlɛp ər ɪs/ (Show IPA). Astronomy. 1. the Hare, a small southern constellation south of Orion. /ˈlɛpəs; ˈliː-/ noun (Latin genitive) Leporis (ˈlɛpərɪs) 1. a small constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Orion and Columba