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  • insect hosts
  • The contribution of insect hosts to the Plasmodium life cycle was described in 1897 by Ronald Ross and in 1899 by Giovanni Batista Grassi, Amico Bignami and Giuseppe Bastianelli . (wikipedia.org)
  • genera
  • A plasmodium is characteristic of the vegetative phase of true slime molds (Myxomycetes) and such allied genera as Plasmodiophora and Spongospora . (britannica.com)
  • life cycle
  • When growth conditions are unfavourable, a plasmodium becomes immobile, and the slime mold progresses to the next stage of its life cycle, marked by the growth of a fruiting body containing a sporangium, or spore case. (britannica.com)
  • search
  • TEXT SEARCH to identify Plasmodium consensus sequences that show similarity to genbank entries or that contain prosite motifs. (upenn.edu)
  • Family
  • Basiliscus family (Wiegman, 1828) According to Palaez and Perez-Reyes: "Plasmodium basilisci has been described from 2 iguanids of the sp. (wikipedia.org)
  • similar
  • Swarm cells, which are characterized by the presence of flagella , can also undergo a similar fusion process to produce a plasmodium. (britannica.com)