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ON A NEW COCCIDIUM, EIMERIA MANDALI N. SP. FROM THE INDIAN PEACOCK.
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Studies on some Sporozoa in Polychaete Worms: II. Dorisiella scolelepidis , n.gen., n.sp.
Among the Sporozoa inhabiting the gut of Scolelepis fuliginosa Claparede at Plymouth, I have often found an organism that I believe to be a peculiar coccidian, although certain important stages inExpand
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A New Coccidium Sivatoshella lonchurae n. gen., n. sp., from Lonchura malabarica and L. punctulata
SYNOPSIS. A new coccidium Sivatoshella lonchurae n. gen., n. sp. (Coccidia, Eimerudae) is described from the gut of the passeriform birds Lonchura malabarica (Linn.) and L. punctulata (Linn.).Expand
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A cytochemical study of Plasmodium berghei Vincke and Lips, 1948.
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A new coccidium, Eimeria bandipurensis n. sp., from the Indian palm squirrel, Funumbulus palmarum.
SYNOPSIS. Eimeria bandipurensis n. sp., is described from the gut of an Indian palm squirrel, Funumbulus palmarum, obtained from a village, Bandipur, in West Bengal. Spherical and egg-shaped oocystsExpand
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A HYPER-PARASITE OF IODAMOEBA BUETSCHLII FROM THE RHESUS MONKEY, MACACA MULATTA, AND THE DOMESTIC PIG.
SYNOPSIS. So called “inclusion” bodies in the cytoplasm of Iodamorba biretschlii cysts from rhesus monkeys (Mocaca mulatta) and domestic pips appeared to be hyper-parasites of unknown taxonomicExpand
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