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In nature, T. rangeli seems associated primarily with species of Rhodnius and most reports of it being found naturally in species of Triatoma have been discounted. Even amongst species of Rhodnius, however, its behaviour is extremely variable, with some strains provoking very high mortality of some vector populations but not others. T. rangeli seems to share numerous immunological epitopes with T. g. , 1999). Molecular studies have considerably clarified the systematic and evolutionary relationships of T.
J. SCHOFIELDAND W. GIBSON Questions concerning the nature of such evolution, however, remain to be answered. , 1986; Gibson, 1995) and its possible effect on the history of disease evolution cannot be discounted. In South America, however, the situation is less clear cut. Despite considerable evidence from population genetics studies suggesting that T. g. , 1996). 8. g. Figure 4). Despite the inclusion of increasing numbers of species, work by Luke~ et al. (1997) and Stevens et al. (1998) indicates the sensitivity of such trees to different outgroup taxa and the effect on tree topology; such a finding may also have implications for the suitability of parsimony for analysing these data.
As for bacteria and To'panosoma, different isolates that have exactly the same mobilities for the isoenzymes studied form a zymodeme. The majority of Leishmania species that had been defined on extrinsic criteria were found to belong to well-defined groups of zymodemes. However, it became clear that individual Leishmania isolates could not be identified by pathology alone, since parasites causing similar pathologies were found to be members of different species by MLIE. Many Leishmania species and even individual zymodemes were found to cause a wide spectrum of clinical symptoms, such as L.