By John R. Baker, Ralph Muller, David Rollinson
Advances in Parasitology is a chain of in-depth stories on present subject matters of curiosity in modern parasitology. It contains scientific reports on parasites of significant impression, akin to trypanosomiasis and scabies, and extra conventional parts, comparable to zoology, taxonomy, and lifestyles historical past, which form present considering and purposes.
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Nevertheless, the genus Leishmania contains approximately 30 species o f parasites that infect m a m m a l s (Shaw, 1994) and 17 species that infect reptiles (Telford, 1995). The mammalian species are 86 Trypanosoma brucei 1O0 F-- Trypanosoma cruzi L_ Trypanosoma cruzi Herpetomonas -- Crithidia fasciculata 99 - Leptomonas L. hertigi Endotrypanum monterogeii L. colombiensis L. equatoriensis L. 1 Figure 6 Phylogeny constructed by maximum likelihood analysis of partial 18S ssu rRNA gene sequences of Leishmania and Endoto,panum species, as described by Noyes et al.
Two consensus trees placed the lizard Leishmania external to the subgenus L. (Leishmania) and one consensus tree placed the lizard Leishmania between the New and Old World representatives of L. (Leishmania). The subgenus L. (Sauroleishmania) may be evolving rapidly to adapt to its new class of vertebrate hosts. If the polymerase genes of L. (Sauroleishmania) are also evolving rapidly relative to L. (Leishmania), the unstable classification of the subgenus L. (Sauroleishmania) in the polymerase phylogenies may be due to long-branch attraction (Felsenstein, 1978, 1988; Hendy and Penny, 1989).
Schi~otrvpanum) diotfisii as an outgroup, provides a significant increase in phylogenetic resolution (Figure 5). This subtree suggests that the major phylogenetic groupings defined within T. 5 million years between the most divergent lineages of T. s. (S. Brisse, personal communication), which is consistent with current biogeographical ideas about the evolution of the T. c r u j clade. The original work by Souto et al. (1996) offered two hypotheses for the divergence of T. cruzi 1 and 2, in one of which 7;.
Advances in Parasitology, Vol. 48 by John R. Baker, Ralph Muller, David Rollinson