Laverania

Laverania is a subgenus of the Plasmodium genus of parasitic protozoa. Infection with these protozoans results in malaria. The subgenus was created in 1958 by Bray. The name was first proposed by Welch in 1897 as a genus name for the group now known as Plasmodium but for a variety of reasons the genus name Plasmodium was preferred. ==History== The...
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Laverania

Old generic name for malaria-causing and other haematozoan protozoa. Laverania falciparum is a distinctive generic name for Plasmodium falciparum, and is preferred by some who believe that crescentic gametocytes should be the basis for classifying the causal agent of falciparum malaria in a separate genus. ... See: Plasmodium, Haemoproteus. ... Ori...
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Laverania

Type: Term Pronunciation: la′vĕr-ā′nē-ă Definitions: 1. Old generic name for malaria-causing and other hematozoan protozoa. Laverania falciparum is a distinctive generic name for Plasmodium falciparum, and is preferred by some who believe that crescentic gametocytes should be the basis for classifying the causal agen...
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