from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. A class of articulate animals, nearly equivalent to Annelida, including the marine annelids, earthworms, Gephyrea, Gymnotoma, leeches, etc. See annelida.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A synonym of Annelides, Annelida, Annellata, Annulosa, and Amphisbœnoida.
- In Gegenbaur's system of classification, a prime division of Vermes, divided into two main groups, Hirudinea (leeches) and Annelides, the latter comprising the two groups of the Oligochœta and the Chœtopoda.
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These include F. elastica (Assam, or India rubber), F. vogelii (Dahomey rubber), F. nekbuda (in the Congo) and F. annulata (in Australia and Malacca).
Susceptibility of Indian water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) to Theileria annulata infection.
_Silene annulata_ by Boreau and in other instances.
In this are comprised the six higher stems of the animal kingdom, the annulata and their descendants, the mollusca, echinoderma, articulata, tunicata, and vertebrata.
Siberia, though their number is but small: _Cantharis annulata Fisch.
From 300 collected ticks, only 16 were found to be infected: R. sanguineus with Rickettsia conorii and Ehrlichia canis; R. bursa with Theileria annulata; and
Strong evidence is provided that the sub-telomerically encoded SVSP family and the host-nucleus targeted TashAT family have evolved under contrasting pressures within natural T. annulata populations.
To gain further insight into their evolution and function, this study investigates whether representative genes of these two families are diversifying or constrained within the T. annulata population.
The data supports current hypotheses regarding the biological role of TashAT family proteins in the management of host cell phenotype that may have evolved to allow adaptation of T. annulata to a specific host cell lineage.
Theileria annulata and Theileria parva invade and transform bovine leukocytes but each species favours a different host cell lineage.
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