By Victor Sprague (auth.), Lee A. Bulla Jr., Thomas C. Cheng (eds.)
Volume of this sequence is a complete evaluation of the present wisdom of microsporidian taxonomy. it's a complement to quantity one who offers with the biology of the microsporidia. jointly, they supply the broadest attainable insurance of this crew of microorganisms that has acquired enormous consciousness due to their significance in invertebrate and vertebrate disorder. quantity includes the main whole released record of micro sporidian species, outlines their class and phylogeny, and offers a zoological distribution. the driver in compiling all of this knowledge was once Victor Sprague of the college of Maryland. Dr. Sprague has spent his medical occupation learning many various aspects of micro sporidia and no different individual is thought of as specialist as he. definitely, the wealth of knowledge contgined herein can't be came upon somewhere else in any unmarried insurance. hence, the publi cation of Volumes one and units a milestone for microspori diology and it's our wish that the readers of those volumes will proportion the passion of the authors and participants and may achieve wealthy gift from their detailed and profound perception. Lee A. BuZZa~ Jr.
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Host and Site: [GREGARINIDA] Dolyocystis sp. ; cytoplasm. SPRAGUE Vegetative Stages: There are said to be some spherical bodies that unite in pairs to form cysts. 5-4 ~m, with a chromophilic mass at one end, containing 8-12 spores. 6 ~m, with a large vacuole and a chromatic mass in the shape of a skull cap. Remarks: Was said to be intermediate between the Metchnikovellidae and the microsporidia, showing affinitities to the latter by the mode of cyst formation and presence of a vacuole in the spore.
Metchnikovella oviformis C. , 1914 Metchnikovella oviformis C. , 1914, C. R. Soc. , 77, 528, Fig. 3. Cau11ery & Mesni1, 1919, Ann. Inst. Pasteur (Paris), 33, 227, Figs. A3, F. Stubblefield, 1955, J. , 41, 444. -Host and Site: [GREGARINIDA] Polyrhabdina pygospionis C. & M. in gut of the polychaete annelid Pygospio seticornis; cytoplasm. Vegetative Stages: No data. 5 ~m, without thickened ends, with 8 spores. Spore: The figure shows small spherical spores. Locality: Not mentioned. Remarks: Described very briefly in 1914 and more fully in 1919.
1-3. Caullery & Mesnil, 1914, C. R. Soc. , 77, 528, Fig. 1. Caullery & Mesnil, 1919, Ann. Inst. Pasteur (Paris), 33, 224. Caullery, 1953, in "Traite de Zoologie" (P. P. ), 1(2), 930. Stubblefield, 1955, J. , 41, 444. Host and Site: [GREGARINIDA] PoZyrhabdina brasiZi C. & M. in gut of the polychaete annelid Spio martinensis; cytoplasm. Vegetative Stages: No data. Sporulation Stages: Sporocyst elongated, swollen at middle, 20-40 x 4 ~m; with typical elongate thickenings at ends and containing 16 spores.