THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL

ANNALS

TROPICAL MEDICINE AND PARASITOLOGY

ISSUED BY THE

L.IVERPOOL SCHOOL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE

Edited by

ProFEssoR WARRINGTON YORKE, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Proressor D. B. BLACKLOCK, M.D., D.P.H. PRoFEssoR W. S. PATTON, M.B.

PROFESSOR R. M. GCRDON, M.D., Sc.D.

VOLUME 29

(April 25, 1935, to December 15, 1985)

With Frontispiece, four plates, two maps and one hundred and forty-two figures in text

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CONTENTS No. 1. April 25, 1935

Apanms, A. R. D.

‘Trypanosomiasis of stock in Mauritius. 1: 7rvpanosoma vivax, a parasite of

local stock

PaTTon, W. S.

Studies on the higher Diptera of medical and veterinary importance : a revision of the genera of the subfamily Calliphorinae based on a comparitive study of the male and female terminalia. ‘The genus Calliphora Robineau- Desvoidy (sens. lat.) : A practical guide to the Australian species. (com.)

Evans, A. M.; and LEEson, H. S. The funestus series of Anopheles in Southern Rhodesia, with description of a new Variety

SELLARDS, A. W. ‘The interpretation of the incubation period of the virus of yellow fever in the mosquito (4dédes aegypti)

SELLARDS, A. W. ‘The infection and immunization of mice by intraperitoneal and subcutancous injection of the virus of vellow fever

L&EESON, H. S. Another anopheline of the funestus series from Southern Rhodesia

Patton, W. S.; and WAINWRIGHT, C. J. The British species of the subfamily Sarcophaginae, with illustrations of the male and female terminalia

De Meritton, B.; and Evans, A. M. ‘Two new anophelines from South Africa

Jancs6, N. von ; and JANcs0, H. von. The role of the natural defence forces in the evolution of the drug-resistance of trypanosomes. II: ‘The rapid production of germanin-fast 7. brucei strains in animals with paralyzed defence

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CONTENTS No. 2. July 17, 1935 HIoOARE, C. A.

The endogenous development of the coccidia of the ferret, and the histopatho- logical reaction of the infected intestinal villi...

DostrRovsky, <A. ‘The diagnostic value of Leishmania vaccine

Duke, H. LyNbHUuURsST Studies on the factors that may influence the transmission of the polymorphic trypanosomes by tsetse. IX : On the infectivity to Glossina of the trypano- some in the blood of the mammal

IKKLIGLER, I. J.; and Comarorr, R. Susceptibility and resistance to a trypanosome infection, IX: Active immunization of rats and guinea-pigs and passive immunization of rats

to a trypanosome infection

SMART, J. ‘The internal anatomy of the black-fly, Stmud/ium ornatum Nig.

Buck, A. DE Infection experiments with quartan malaria

GGIBBINS, E. G. Stmulium grisetcolle Becker, from the Sudan

Woop._anp, W. N. F. A new species of Avitellinine tape-worm, <lvztel/ina sandground:, from Hippo- fragus cquinus

PAPANTONAKIS, E. Observations on letshmaniasis 1n the district of Canea (Crete)

Patron, W. S.

Studies on the higher Diptera of medical and veterinary importance : a revision of the genera of the family Muscidae Testaceae Robineau-Desvoidy based on a comparative study of the male and female terminalia. The genera Adichosia Surcouf and Auchmeromyia Brauer and von Bergenstamm (sens. lat.)

STRANGEWAYS, WINIFRED I. Trypanocidal action of two arsenicals, K.324 and K.352, on infections in mice and rabbits

Apams, A. R. D. Studies on bilharzia in Mauritius. II: ‘The recovery of adult Schistosoma haematobium after development in Bulinus (Pyrgophysa) forskali

BLackLock, D. B. Screencloth for houses in the tropics LourtE, E. M.; MurcGatroyp, F.; and YORKE, WARRINGTON Studies in Chemotherapy. XII: The diffusibility of the aromatic arsenicals into erythrocytes and the action of the latter on the pentavalent arsenicals

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CONTENTS No. 3. October 5, 1935

KumM, H. W. The digestive mechanism of one of the West Indian eye gnats,’ Hippelates pallipes Loew sal _

PATTON, W. S. Studies on the higher Diptera of medical and veterinary importance : a revision of the species of the genus Glossina Wiedemann based on a comparative study of the male and female terminalia. (con.)

GiBBINs, E. G. On the male terminalia of Simulhidae

Pawan, J. L. The preservation in the tropics of blood smears stained by the Romanowsky stain

BARBER, MI. A.; and Rice, J. B. Malaria studies in Greece: the malaria infection rate in nature and in the laboratory of certain species of Anopheles of East Macedonia

LOEWENTHAL, L. J. A. An inquiry into vitamin A deficiency among the population of Teso, Uganda, with special reference to school-children

Apams, A. R. D.

A fourth case of human infestation with Bertiella studeri (Cestoda) in Mauritius Patron, W. S. A comparative study of the male and female terminalia of some species of the

subfamily ‘T'achininae

Foy, H.; and Konp1, ATHENA Researches on blackwater fever in Greece. I: Introduction and history

Foy, H.: and Konpi, ATHENA

Researches on blackwater fever in Greece. II: A note on the action of

Ehrlich’s diazo-reagent on the unhaemolyzed serum of the rabbit...

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CONTENTS No. 4. December 18, 1935

Carr, H. P.; MANpbeEKos, A.; and BARBER, M. A. Malaria studies in Greece : a survey of malaria morbidity in a region of East Macedonia LOEWENTHAL, L. J. A. ‘The manifestations of vitamin A deficiency in man Roperts, J. I. ; and Tonkinc, H. D. Notes on an East African vesicant bectle, Paederus crebripunctatus Epp. Lourir, E. MM. Studies on chemotherapy in bird malaria. IV: Failure to promote drug-

resistance in) Plasmodium = cathemertum by prolonged administration of

quinine or plasmochin

GorDON, R. M.; and Davey, T. H. Ovsters in Sierra Leone as potential carriers of enteric infection

GrORDON, R. ML: and Davey, TT. TH. The association of bacteriuria with blackwater fever in West Africa

KiiGerr, T. J.; and Berman, M. Susceptibility and resistance to a trypanosome infection, No: Specifie character of the immunity produced in rats by the injection of suspensions of dead trypanosomes

InvaNs, A. M.; and Wacker, G. R. Notes on Brazilian mosquitoes : species observed in the Amazon valley, and record of Aédes albifasciatus Macq. invading a ship in harbour

Evans, A. M. Notes on anophelines. I: Description of Anopheles marshall var. gibbinsi from Uganda. II: ‘The characters of A. maculipennis var. messeae in Wirral, England

Apams, A. R. D. ‘Trypanosomiasis of stock in Mauritius. I]: Observations on the incidence and distribution of trypanosomiasis in cattle

PATTON, W. S. Studies on the higher Diptera of medical and veterinary importance : a revision of the species of the genus Glossina Wiedemann based on a comparative study of the male and female terminalia. (cov.)

Foy, H.; and KoNpI, ATHENA Researches on blackwater fever in Greece. JI]: A new photo-nephelometric method for the quantitative estimation of minute amounts of quinine in

faeces and body fluids

PaTTON, W. S.; and WAINWRIGHT, C. J. The British species of the subfamily Sarcophaginae, with illustrations of the male and female terminalia. (con.)

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