ⓘ Plasmodium incertae

                                     

ⓘ Plasmodium incertae

Plasmodium incertae is a parasite of the genus Plasmodium, subgenus Vinckeia. As in all Plasmodium species, P. incertae has both vertebrate and insect hosts. The vertebrate hosts for this parasite are mammals.

                                     
  • stephensi Plasmodium coulangesi Plasmodium cyclopsi - the bat Hipposideros cyclops Plasmodium foleyi Plasmodium girardi Plasmodium incertae - flying
  • homopolare Plasmodium huffi Plasmodium hydrochaeri Plasmodium hylobati Plasmodium incertae Plasmodium icipeensis Plasmodium iguanae Plasmodium inopinatum
  • vertebrates. However, gregarines are closely related to both Toxoplasma and Plasmodium which cause toxoplasmosis and malaria, respectively. Both protists use
  • streptocerca Onchocerca gibsoni and O. cervicalis, Leucocytozoon, Plasmodium agamae, bluetongue virus, Schmallenberg virus, African horse sickness
  • the host cell, a sporoplasm grows, dividing or forming a multinucleate plasmodium before producing new spores. The life cycle varies considerably. Some
  • matter, and artificial bodies of water. Under different conditions the plasmodium will take on various morphologies. When transferred to an aqueous environment
  • relatives of the obligately parasitic phylum Apicomplexa, which includes Plasmodium the agent of malaria. Both Vitrella brassicaformis and Chromera velia
  • encompasses several important parasites, including the malaria parasite Plasmodium Three species are known from the marsh rice rat, all of which belong