One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- another term for Sporozoa
- ‘Current thinking in the phylogeny of protists places the dinoflagellates in the Alveolates, along with the Apicomplexa, Ciliata, and Foraminifera.’
- ‘The phylum Apicomplexa encompasses a large number of intracellular protozoan parasites, including the causative agents of malaria, toxoplasmosis, and many other human and animal diseases.’
- ‘Two other phyla thought to be closely related to dinoflagellates are the Ciliophora and the Apicomplexa.’
- ‘A final group of Alveolates are the Apicomplexa, a group of parasitic and disease-causing protists.’
- ‘Similarly, all genera have some sort of anterior conoid like structure associated with predation or intracellular insertion in the Apicomplexa.’
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