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Transfer of the Members of the Genus Brachiola (Microsporidia) to the Genus Anncaliia Based on Ultrastructural and Molecular Data
ABSTRACT. Two microsporidian genera, Anncaliia Issi, Krylova, & Nicolaeva 1993 and Brachiola Cali et al. 1998 , possess a Nosema‐type life cycle and unique cell surface ornamentations, which includeExpand
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Establishment of the new genus Paranosema based on the ultrastructure and molecular phylogeny of the type species Paranosema grylli Gen. Nov., Comb. Nov. (Sokolova, Selezniov, Dolgikh, Issi 1994),
The ultrastructure of the microsporidian parasite Nosema grylli, which parasitizes primarily fat body cells and haemocytes of the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus (Orthoptera, Gryllidae) is described. AllExpand
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Ultrastructural analysis supports transferring Nosema whitei Weiser 1953 to the genus Paranosema and creation a new combination, Paranosema whitei.
The current ultrastructural description of Nosema whitei is in agreement with the genus definition of Paranosema [Sokolova, Y.Y., Dolgikh, V.V., Morzhina, E.V., Nassonova, E.S., Issi, I.V., Terry,Expand
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Activities of Enzymes of Carbohydrate and Energy Metabolism of the Spores of the Microsporidian, Nosema grylli
ABSTRACT. The presence of 14 enzymes was investigated using purified spores of the microsporidian Nosema grylli from fat body of the crickets Gryllus bimaculatus. Glucose 6‐phosphate dehydrogenaseExpand
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Tubulinosema loxostegi sp.n. (Microsporidia: Tubulinosematidae) from the beet webworm Loxostege sticticalis L. (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) in Western Siberia
Adults of beet webworm Loxostege sticticalis were collected in Western Siberia in 2009 and 2010. A microsporidium was found infecting 12 of 50 moths in 2010. The parasite develops in direct contactExpand
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Senoma gen. n. , a new genus of microsporidia, with the type species Senoma globulifera comb. N. (syn. Issia globulifera Issi et Pankova 1983) from the malaria mosquito Anopheles messeae Fall
Summary In 1983, a new species of microsporidia from mosquitoes was attributed to the genus Issia and described as I. globulifera sp. n. basing upon the taxonomic criterion of thisgenus: formation ofExpand
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Gurleya sokolovi sp. n., a microsporidian parasite of the water mite Limnochares aquatica (Linnaeus) (Acarina: Hydrachnellae), and a note on a gregarine infection in the same mite
Abstract A new microsporidian, Gurleya sokolovi sp. n., is described from the water mite Limnochares aquatica (Linnaeus). The protozoan invades the hemocytes and adipose tissue of the host, and isExpand
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[A new genus of microsporidans Cristulospora gen. n. (Amblyospiridae) with 3 new species from blood-sucking mosquitoes in Uzbekistan].
Three new species of microsporidans of the new genus Cristulospora are described from mosquitoes of the genera Culex and Aedes (floodlands of the Syr Darya, Syrdarya Province, Bukharskiĭ oasis). InExpand
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Fractionation of Different Life Cycle Stages of Microsporidia Nosema grylli from Crickets Gryllus bimaculatus by Centrifugation in Percoll Density Gradient for Biochemical Research
ABSTRACT. A new method of fractionation and purification of different life cycle stages of microsporidia Nosema grylli, parasitizing the fat body of cricket Gryllus bimaculatus, by centrifugation inExpand
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Ultrastructure and Molecular Phylogeny of Mrazekia macrocyclopis sp. n. (Microsporidia, Mrazekiidae), a Microsporidian Parasite of Macrocyclops albidus (Jur.) (Crustacea, Copepoda)
Summary. The ultrastructure and molecular phylogeny of a new microsporidium Mrazekia macrocyclopis sp.n., a parasite of the copepod Macrocyclops albidus (Jur.) in North-West of Russia are described.Expand
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