ⓘ Plasmodium relictum

                                     

ⓘ Plasmodium relictum

Plasmodium relictum is a species in the genus Plasmodium subgenus Haemamoeba.

He is a parasite and the most frequent cause of malaria in birds.

Like all species of Plasmodium, P. biziurae has vertebrates and insects. The vertebrate hosts for this parasite are birds.

                                     
  • 45 3 - 4 119 - 123 Taxonomic status and re - description of Plasmodium relictum Grassi et Feletti, 1891 Plasmodium maior Raffaele, 1931, and description of P. bigueti
  • subspecies of Plasmodium relictum This species infects the thrush nightingale Luscinia luscinia Huff CG 1937 A new variety of Plasmodium relictum from the
  • 2003 Taxonomic status and re - description of Plasmodium relictum Grassi et Feletti, 1891 Plasmodium maior Raffaele, 1931, and description of P. bigueti
  • Spheniscus magellanicus Morphologically this parasite resembles Plasmodium relictum closely. In the penguin infection may be fatal with splenomegaly
  • by Plasmodium relictum a protist that infects birds in all parts of the world apart from Antarctica. There are several other species of Plasmodium that
  • Plasmodium griffithsi Plasmodium lutzi Plasmodium matutinum Plasmodium parvulum Plasmodium relictum Plasmodium tejerai Corradetti A. Garnham P.C.C.
  • juxtaposed to the erythrocyte nucleus. The gametocytes resemble those of Plasmodium relictum and may displace the nucleus. They are of variable shape: oval, round
  • praefalciparum Plasmodium pulmophilium Plasmodium pythonias Plasmodium quelea Plasmodium reichenowi Plasmodium relictum Plasmodium reniai Plasmodium rhadinurum
  • decline of the insects on which the akeke e feeds. Avian malaria Plasmodium relictum and fowlpox transmitted by accidentally introduced mosquitoes continues