A study of the factors affecting the emergence of the gametocytes of Plasmodium gallinaceum from the erythrocytes and the exflagellation of the male gametocytes

@article{Bishop1956ASO,
  title={A study of the factors affecting the emergence of the gametocytes of Plasmodium gallinaceum from the erythrocytes and the exflagellation of the male gametocytes},
  author={Ann Bishop and Elspeth W. McConnachie},
  journal={Parasitology},
  year={1956},
  volume={46},
  pages={192 - 215}
}
1. The emergence of the gametocytes of Plasmodium gallinaceum from the erythrocytes and the exflagellation of the male gametocyte were inhibited completely when infected blood was exposed to an atmosphere of 5 % CO2 and 95 % O2, or 5 % CO2 and 95 % N2. When these gas mixtures were replaced by air, the gametocytes emerged from the erythrocytes and the male gametocytes exflagellated after approximately the same interval as they did in newly drawn blood exposed to air, or in blood ingested by… 

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