leptomonad lep·to·mo·nad (lěp’tō-mō’nād’, lěp-tŏm’ə-nād’)
A parasitic flagellate of the genus Leptomonas.
Leptomonas Lep·tom·o·nas (lěp-tŏm’ə-nəs, lěp’tō-mō’nəs) n. A genus of parasitic flagellates commonly found in the digestive tract of insects.
[lep-ton] /ˈlɛp tɒn/ noun, plural lepta [lep-tuh] /ˈlɛp tə/ (Show IPA) 1. an aluminum coin of modern Greece until the was adopted, the 100th part of a drachma. 2. a small copper or bronze coin of ancient Greece. [lep-ton] /ˈlɛp tɒn/ noun, Physics. 1. any of a class of particles with spin of ½ that […]
noun, Physics. 1. in a process involving elementary particles, the total number of leptons minus the total number of antileptons. noun 1. (physics) a quantum number describing the behaviour of elementary particles, equal to the number of leptons present minus the number of antileptons. It is thought to be conserved in all processes l
[lep-tuh-fos] /ˈlɛp təˌfɒs/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a solid compound, C 13 H 10 BrCl 2 O 2 PS, used as a nonsystemic insecticide for food crops and lawn grass.