Comparative Pathobiology: Volume 2 Systematics of the by Victor Sprague (auth.), Lee A. Bulla Jr., Thomas C. Cheng

By Victor Sprague (auth.), Lee A. Bulla Jr., Thomas C. Cheng (eds.)

Volume of this sequence is a accomplished assessment of the present wisdom of microsporidian taxonomy. it's a complement to quantity one who offers with the biology of the microsporidia. jointly, they supply the broadest attainable insurance of this staff of microorganisms that has obtained huge realization due to their value in invertebrate and vertebrate disorder. quantity comprises the main entire released record of micro­ sporidian species, outlines their type and phylogeny, and gives a zoological distribution. the motive force in compiling all of this knowledge was once Victor Sprague of the collage of Maryland. Dr. Sprague has spent his medical profession discovering many various points of micro sporidia and no different individual is considered professional as he. definitely, the wealth of knowledge contgined herein can't be stumbled on in different places in any unmarried assurance. for this reason, the publi­ cation of Volumes one and units a milestone for microspori­ diology and it truly is our wish that the readers of those volumes will proportion the keenness of the authors and members and may obtain wealthy gift from their particular and profound perception. Lee A. BuZZa~ Jr.

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In gut of the polychaete annelid Pygospio seticornis; cytoplasm. Vegetative Stages: No data. 5 ~m, without thickened ends, with 8 spores. Spore: The figure shows small spherical spores. Locality: Not mentioned. Remarks: Described very briefly in 1914 and more fully in 1919. ), 21(II) , 21, Fig. 8. Stubblefield, 1955, J. , 41, 444. Host and Site: [GREGARINIDA] Selenidium sp. in the gut of the polychaete annelid Polydora sp. Vegetative Stages: No data. Sporulation Stages: Sporocyst straight or slightly bent, 10-14 x 3 ~m with 12-14 spores.

A. (Marin County, California). v. SPRAGUE 40 Remarks: Stubblefield gave a detailed description of the life cycle but repeating it here would only introduce confusion because it has no resemblance to that which other authors have seen. Genus AmphiambZys Cau11ery & Mesni1, 1914 AmphiambZys capiteZZides (C. , 1897) c. , 1914 MetchnikoveZZa capiteZZides C. , 1897, C. R. Acad. , 125, 789. Fig. 4. , 1897) c. , 1914, C. R. Soc. , 77, 528, Fig. 8. Cau11ery & Mesni1, 1919, Ann. Inst. Pasteur-(Paris), 33, 232, Fig.

Genus Mrazekia L. , 1916 Synonym: Baeillidium Janda, 1928, Arch. , §1, 86. Diagnosis: With characters of the family. Type species: M. argoisi L. , 1916, by subsequent designation Kudo, 1924a. 26 V. SPRAGUE Remarks: Leger and Hesse (1916) possible considered M. argoisi as type species, for they said, "Si nous prenous comme type la spore de M. argoisi ... /I However, this does not constitute unambiguous designation of type species as required by the Code. It was Kudo who first said clearly that M.

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