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MORPHOLOGICAL AND TAXONOMIC STUDIES ON MAMMALIAN TRYPANOSOMES. X. REVISION OF THE SYSTEMATICS.
  • C. A. Hoare
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of protozoology
  • 1 May 1964
SYNOPSIS. Previous attempts to dismember the genus Trypanosoma, by creating additional genera or subdividing it into subgenera, failed to gain acceptance, but, in the case of mammalian trypanosomes,Expand
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Comparative aspects of human babesiosis.
  • C. A. Hoare
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical…
  • 1980
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Vampire bats as vectors and hosts of equine and bovine trypanosomes.
Nutzungsbedingungen Die ETH-Bibliothek ist Anbieterin der digitalisierten Zeitschriften. Sie besitzt keine Urheberrechte an den Inhalten der Zeitschriften. Die Rechte liegen in der Regel bei denExpand
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The relationship of the haemoflagellates.
  • C. A. Hoare
  • Medicine
  • Abstracts. International Congress on Tropical…
  • 1948
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Researches on the intestinal protozoa of monkeys and man. XII. Bacterial factors influencing the life history of Entamoeba histolytica in cultures.
(A) Enteromonas hominis Fonseca, 1915 ( emend. Dobell, 1921) is the correct designation of the flagellate first adequately described as Tricercomonas intestinalis by Wenyon and O'Connor in 1917.Expand
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The feed habits of Entamoeba histolytica in its commensal phase.
1. After a general consideration of the host-parasite relations between E. histolytica and man, a case is made for the recognition of a commensal phase in the life history of this amoeba. 2. ThisExpand
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The spread of African trypanosomes beyond their natural range; essay on historical zoogeography of the host-parasite system.
  • C. A. Hoare
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zeitschrift fur Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie
  • 1 March 1957
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Amoebiasis in Great Britain
  • C. A. Hoare
  • Biology, Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 29 July 1950
the application of methods of statistical analysis, and it is clear that as a result much more light is likely to be thrown on the movements of populations in the past. In some cases, it isExpand
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