Advances in Parasitology, Vol. 29 by J.R. Baker (ed.), R. Muller (ed.)

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On the peculiar morphology of a trypanosome from a case of sleeping sickness and the possibility of its being a new species ( T . rhodesiense). Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 83, 28. , Wells, J. , LePage, R. W. , Schweizer, J. and Jenni, L. (1988). Gene exchange in African trypanosomes: characterization of a new hybrid genotype. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 27, 191-200. Stevens, J. , Nunes, V. L. , Lanham, S. M. and Oshiro, E. T. (1989). Isoenzyme characterization of Trypanosoma evansi isolated from capybaras and dogs in Brazil.

However, we have already stressed the marginal separation of sections 7 and 8. In the cladogram, the relationships stayed somewhat close along pathway C, cluster 3 being made up of sets 16 and 17, while the junction of this cluster arose from near set 15 in cluster 1 . The zymodemes identified in set 1 by the bouafle definition were principally associated with West Africa, although five were also recognized by the enzyme combinations for busoga (see Section IV A 1). These are the only examples of zymodemes being identified by two of the definitions in Table A6.

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