Definition of Genus Leishmania
1. Noun. Flagellate protozoan that causes leishmaniasis.
Generic synonyms: Flagellate, Flagellate Protozoan, Flagellated Protozoan, Mastigophoran, Mastigophore
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Literary usage of Genus Leishmania
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1. The Animal Parasites of Man by Harold Benjamin Fantham, Maximilian Gustav Christian Carl Braun (1916)
"Genus. Leishmania, Ross, 1903. With an oval body containing nucleus and ... Included in the genus Leishmania are three species, ..."
2. Pathogenic microorganisms by William Hallock Park (1920)
"They are considered a separate genus, Leishmania. LEISHMANIA (LEISHMAN-DONOVAN BODIES AND ALLIES). Certain fevers of severe malaria-like types known in ..."
3. Hygiene of Communicable Diseases: A Handbook for Sanitarians, Medical by Francis Merton Munson, John Harington, Francis Randolph Packard, Fielding Hudson Garrison (1920)
"... B. bigemina Genus: Leishmania Species: L. donovani L. tropica L. infantum The Flagellata are armed with undulating membranes or flagella for locomotion. ..."
4. Manual of Bacteriology by Robert Muir, James Ritchie (1907)
"Minchin suggests that in the present incomplete state of knowledge it may be well to place it in a provisional genus, Leishmania, of the flagellata. ..."
5. A Text-book upon the pathogenic Bacteria and Protozoa for students of by Joseph McFarland (1915)
"... to the anterior extremity, where it continues free for some distance. Nutrition parasitic. Reproduces by division. Genus Trypanosoma. genus Leishmania. ..."
6. Clinical Diagnosis: A Manual of Laboratory Methods by James Campbell Todd (1918)
"genus Leishmania.—The several species which compose this genus are apparently closely related to the trypanosomes, but their exact classification is ..."
7. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1913)
"This genus is not known for man. Leishmania. The genus Leishmania includes three species: L. donovani, the parasite ..."