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Some blood sporozoans from East African reptiles.
  • G. H. Ball
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of protozoology
  • 1 May 1967
SYNOPSIS. Six hundred and forty-one lizards belonging to 28 species, and 29 snakes belonging to 12 species from East Africa were examined for blood sporozoans. Eight species of lizards and 4 ofExpand
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Blood sporozoans from East African amphibia.
  • G. H. Ball
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of protozoology
  • 1 August 1967
SYNOPSIS. Haemogregarines are described from the peripheral blood and in some instances from internal organs of 4 species of frogs from East Africa. The parasites from Hyperolius puncticulatus andExpand
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Hepatozoon fusifex Sp. N., a mehogregarine from boa constrictor producing marked morphological changes in infected erythrocytes.
In a large proportion of Boa constrictor taken in the vicinity of Colima, Mexico, hemogregarines were visible in erythrocytes of the peripheral circulation. One characteristic of a majority of theseExpand
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IN VITRO CULTURE OF THE MOSQUITO PHASE OF AVIAN MALARIA.
  • G. H. Ball
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 February 1964
The development of a successful technique for the cultivation of the sporogonic cycle of Plasmodium relicturn is described. By overlapping successive stages, it has been possible to grow P. relictumExpand
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Infectivity to canaries of sporozoites of Plasmodium relictum developing in vitro.
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Schellackia occidentalis n.sp., a Blood‐inhabiting Coccidian Found in Lizards in Southern California
SUMMARY. Schellackia occidentalis n. sp., is described from the following lizards from southern California: Sceloporus occidentalis becki, S. o. biseriatus, and Uta stansburiana hesperis. Evidence isExpand
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Some Gregarines from Crustaceans taken near Bombay, India*
SYNOPSIS. Three gregarines are described from the digestive tracts of marine crustacea from Bombay, India. These are Carcinoecetes etisi n.sp. from Etisus laevimanus, C. matutae n.sp. from MatutaExpand
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