haemoproteid


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Noun1.haemoproteid - related to malaria parasite and having a phase in the viscera of various birds
sporozoan - parasitic spore-forming protozoan
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Transmission of the chelonian haemoproteid Haemoproteus metchnikovi by a tabanid fly Chrysops callidus.
The studies established on DNA based identification of avian Haemoproteid species are very valuable [29].Species identification is based only on the morphology of the gametocytes and their host cells[30].
For Loxigilla noctis, the prevalence of haemoproteid infection did not differ significantly between sites on the same island (habitat effect: [[chi].sup.2] = 0.6, df = 1, P = 0.45), although prevalence did differ significantly between islands (island effect: [[chi].sup.2] = 11.4, df = 2, P = 0.003; Table 2).
There were no discernible differences of intensity of haemoproteid infection among infected individuals of the four species known to be infected (Poisson regression, PROC GENMOD: log-likelihood [[chi].sup.2] = 3.2, df = 3, P [greater than] 0.15).
and a review of the haemoproteids of the family Turdidae," Canadian Journal of Zoology, vol.
Golemansky, "Haemoproteids (Haemosporida: Haemoproteidae) of wild birds in Bulgaria," Acta Protozoologica, vol.
Other haemoproteids found resembled Haemoproteus thraupi in the tanager Ramphocelus carbo, Haemoproteus nisi in the hawk Buteo magnirostris and Haemoproteus vireonis in Vireo olivaceus.
71-99, in Protozoa: Gregarines, haemogregarines, coccidia, plasmodia, and haemoproteids. Vol.