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Nectar and pollen contain diverse phytochemicals that can reduce disease in pollinators. However, prior studies showed variable effects of nectar chemicals on infection, which could reflect variable phytochemical resistance among parasite strains. Inter-strain variation in resistance could...

Author(s)
Palmer-Young, E. C.; Sadd, B. M.; Stevenson, P. C.; Irwin, R. E.; Adler, L. S.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 1, pp 37087
Abstract

Molecular evolutionary relationships within the Kinetoplastida were deduced from comparisons of the nuclear small and large subunit ribosomal RNA (rRNA) gene sequences. These studies showed that relationships among the trypanosomatid protozoans differ from those previously proposed from studies of...

Author(s)
Fernandes, A. P.; Nelson, K.; Beverley, S. M.
Citation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1994, 90, 24, pp 11608-11612
Abstract

Genetic variability within colonies of eusocial insects is often higher than expected if kin selection alone explains sociality. Parasites and pathogens have been proposed as selective agents maintaining genetic variability in populations and promoting polyandry in social insects. In a study of...

Author(s)
Shykoff, J. A.; Schmid-Hempel, P.
Citation
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 1991, 243, 1306, pp 55-58
Abstract

The chemical structures of polysaccharide components of cells of several Crithidia spp. were partially elucidated and used as criteria to evaluate evolutionary lines previously proposed for species of Crithidia and Herpetomonas and for Trypanosoma cruzi. In accord with the suggestion that Crithidia ...

Author(s)
Previato, J. O.; Mendonca-Previato, L.; Lewanczuk, R. Z.; Travassos, L. R.; Gorin, P. A. J.
Citation
Experimental Parasitology, 1982, 53, 2, pp 170-178
Abstract

" The significance of the herpetomonad stage of Leishmania, of the recent announcements that such stages occur in man, and of the presence of natural herpetomonads in other vertebrates (for example, mice), are discussed. 1t also recalled that insect herpetomonads can invade and. live in...

Author(s)
FANTHAM, H. B.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1915, 9, 2, pp 335-348 pp.
Abstract

The author has been led to restudy T. americanum as a considerable amount of work has been done on trypanosomes and allied genera since the publication of CRAWLEY'S article in 1912. During October, November and December, 1921, the author examined a number of cows and heifers by the cultural method, ...

Author(s)
GLASER, R. W.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1922, 8, 3, pp 136-144 pp.
Abstract

The optimum method of transmission for a blood parasite is brought about when it is withdrawn from the blood by an insect and is reintroduced by it into suitable blood. Leaving aside the cases where the insect plays but a mechanical rôle in much the same manner as a syringe needle, cases of...

Author(s)
MESNIL, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1921, 14, 6, pp 310-315
Abstract

In this paper the authors summarise the results of experiments which have been conducted by them for a number of years in order to ascertain whether certain of the parasitic Mastigophora, notably members of the genera Herpetomonas (or Leishmama-like bodies) and Crithidia (or bodies such as the...

Author(s)
FANTHAM, H. B. ; POETEE, Annie
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1916, 2, 4, pp 149-166 pp.
Abstract

In this paper an attempt is made to devise a classification of the African trypanosomes based upon the manner in which the different species undergo development or maintain their existence in the flies.
According to the author there are two main classes, viz., those in which the trypanosomes are...

Author(s)
ROUBAUD, E.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1913, 6, 6, pp 435-441

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