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The dependence of Plasmodium-development in the warm-blooded animal upon surrounding temperatures



The dependence of Plasmodium-development in the warm-blooded animal upon surrounding temperatures



Naturwissenschaften 52(12): 353-354



The spontaneous-cure rate among (NMRl/Tubingen) mice infected under standardized conditions with Plasmodium berghei was greater at room temperatures of 121 than at 22[degree] and 32 [degree]C, due probably to the inhibition of erythropoiesis, since the Plasmodium prefers newly formed erythrocytes.

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