By Ben Dawes (Eds.)
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THOMAS W. M. CAMERON The carnivores, now a widely distributed group, were absent from both Australia and South America in the early Tertiary; apart from the dingo, they are still absent from Australia. The absence of placental carnivores from these continents can be most plausibly explained by assuming that the carnivores and the Artiodactyles evolved in Africa after the two southern continents had become isolated, and after the commencement of diversification of the marsupials. The marsupials are believed to have originated more or less simultaneously with the insectivores.
Tropica guyanensis for the Leishmania of French Guiana. He, like Biagi, considered that in the present state of knowledge, cultures, animal experiments and serology are “incapables” of differentiating Leishmania sp. In French Guiana the majority of cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis do not metastasise in the nasal mucosa but a minority do; therefore the disease differs from chiclero ulcer in which involvement of the nasal mucosa is unknown and from espundia in which the latter is common. He agrees with the view that all cutaneous leishmaniases are caused by one species, Leishmania tropica, and he recognized three subspecies in South America, L.
Donovani. According to Sorouri chromatin is distributed on the periphery of the nuclear membrane in the resting nucleus which contains a relatively large endosome. In early prophase the chromatin is condensed in six masses or “chromatids”. In late prophase the “chromatids” pair and during pairing move toward the centre. Each pair constitutes a chromosome; therefore, the chromosome number is 3. In metaphase the chromosomes form a metaphase plate. In anaphase daughter chromosome bands migrate towards the nuclear poles, three bodies being recognizable in each band.
Advances in Parasitology by Ben Dawes (Eds.)