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Regulation of infectivity of Plasmodium to the mosquito vector



Regulation of infectivity of Plasmodium to the mosquito vector



Advances in Parasitology 38: 53-117



This review contains sections on: gametocytogenesis; biology of the mature gametocyte; distribution of gametocytes in blood; gametocyte cell biology; host factors modulating infection; gametogenesis; cell biology; induction mechanisms; fertilization; the mosquito blood-meal; efficiency of fertilization; post-fertilization development; development of the zygote; fertilization as a developmental trigger; and, ookinete formation and biology.

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