The Inhibitory Effect of Acridine on the Sporogony of a Coccidium (eimeria Stiedæ)

  • Paul A. Lewis
  • Published 2003 in The Journal of Experimental Medicine

Abstract

The common coccidium of the rabbit is transmitted from animal to animal through the medium of an encysted stage which is deposited with the feces and then undergoes a period of ripening during which the enclosing membrane remains intact. The cyst is then capable of infesting fresh animals and probably of reinfesting its own host. The ripening process… (More)

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