Developmental Stages of Trypanosomatid Flagellates: a New Terminology

@article{Hoare1966DevelopmentalSO,
  title={Developmental Stages of Trypanosomatid Flagellates: a New Terminology},
  author={Cecil Arthur Hoare and Franklin G. Wallace},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1966},
  volume={212},
  pages={1385-1386}
}
KNOWLEDGE of the structure and life cycles of the medically important Haemoflagellates of man and lower animals has increased during this century, and it became necessary to define the developmental stages of the leishmanias and trypanosomes in their mammalian and insect hosts. In the course of their cyclical development, flagellates of the genera Leishmania and Trypanosoma pass through stages comparable with those of the monogenetic Trypanosomatidae and so it has been customary to refer to… 
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