One parasitic protozoan like an amœba is called Plasmodium malari.
There we know that it acts by killing the plasmodium and is a real specific.
The plasmodium just before the formation of the fruit is scarlet.
Plasmodium at first white, then pink, 'ashes of roses,' etc.
The plasmodium in this case chances to be red, scarlet, etc.
With the same exception, the plasmodium in every case is yellow.
Subsequent studies confirmed and elucidated this fact, and the plasmodium malariae became a matter of common knowledge.
The number of sporangia produced by one plasmodium is in Iowa also small.
The plasmodium of this species is variously cited from white to yellow.
A plasmodium that appeared suddenly and passed to fruit on agar in a petri dish offers a valuable suggestion for further research.