1. all species are what (in regard to host)
2. how many hosts?
(shizogony in the vertebrate)
(sporogony and gametogony in the invertebrate host)
1. on increase or decrease in world today?
2. produces what (with what called what) - due to what?
1. sporogony where?
2. schizogony (merogony) - where?
3. gametogony where?
theoretically - yes - practivally no
(Malaria in Minnesota)
1. what is DH?
2. what is IH?
we are going to do cursory
he isn't so concerened about life cycle
he is concerned about what the disease is and how we handle it
1. what serve as vectors?
2. Exoerythrocytic cycle occurs in what two cells?
1. anopheline and culicine mosquitores
what he wants us to know is that....
mosquito bite transmits sporozoite
then exoerythrocytic cell stage
we then end up with merozoites being released --> develop into gametocytes - then have macro and microgametocytes
on ingetsion then get sex rreproduction
then we go through development withing mosquito
1. cause of malaria in what?
2. transmission by what?
3. only what occur in erythrocytes?
1. birds and reptiles
2. hippoboscid flies and culicoides spp.
3. only gamonts occur in erythrocytes (no schizogony)
figure this out if you fell like it
1. transmission by what?
2. only gametogenesis occurs where?
1. black flies, Simulium
2. in circulation (Gamonts in RBCs and WBCs)
1. infect what?
1. infects what?
2. really pathogenic in what?