Species

Plasmodium vivax

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. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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Plasmodium vivax Brazil I

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. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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Plasmodium vivax CMB-1

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. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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Plasmodium vivax India VII

[ Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | . . .
. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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Plasmodium vivax Mauritania I

[ Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | . . .
. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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Plasmodium vivax North Korean

[ Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | . . .
. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Synonym:Plasmodium vivax strain North Korea, North Korean strain of Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium vivax North Korea
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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Plasmodium vivax str. Salvador I

[ Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | . . .
. . . | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax ]

Plasmodium_vivax_str__Salvador_I
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Apicomplexa | Aconoidasida | Haemosporida | Plasmodiidae | Plasmodium | Plasmodium (Plasmodium) | Plasmodium vivax
Comment:Plasmodium vivax, the second most important causal agent of human malaria, is the most geographically distributed of the malaria parasites and is responsible for the development of a clinically less severe disease, when compared to P. falciparum malaria. P. vivax malaria is indistinguishable from P. falciparum malaria, yet it usually does not progress to a range of life-threatening manifestation.
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