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| name = Apicomplexa
 
| image = Malaria.jpg|Plasmodium
 
| image_caption = ''[[Plasmodium]]''
 
| domain = [[Eukaryota]]
 
| regnum = [[Chromalveolata]]
 
| superphylum = [[Alveolata]]
 
| phylum = '''Apicomplexa'''
 
| phylum_authority = Levine, 1970<ref name="Levine1970">ND Levine (1970) Taxonomy of the Sporozoa. ''Journal of Parasitology'' '''56''' (sec. II) 208-209.</ref><ref>Levine, N.D (1971) Uniform Terminology for the Protozoan Subphylum Apicomplexa. ''Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology'' '''18''' (2): 352-355.</ref>
 
| subdivision_ranks = Classes & Subclasses <small>Perkins, 2000</small>
 
| subdivision =
 
*[[Aconoidasida]] (without [[conoid (organelle)|conoid]])
 
*[[Conoidasida]] (with conoid)
 
**[[Coccidia]] or [[Coccidiasina]]
 
**[[Gregarinia]] or [[Gregarinasina]]
 
}}
 
   
 
The '''Apicomplexa''' (also referred to as '''Apicomplexia''') are a large group of [[protist]]s, most of which possess a unique [[organelle]] called [[apicoplast]] and an ''apical complex'' structure involved in penetrating a host's cell. They are unicellular, spore-forming, and exclusively<ref>{{cite book |author=Jadwiga Grabda |title=Marine fish parasitology: an outline |page=8 |year=1991 |publisher=VCH |isbn=0-89573-823-6 }}</ref> parasites of animals. Motile structures such as [[flagellum|flagella]] or [[pseudopod]]s are present only in certain [[gamete]] stages. This is a diverse group including organisms such as [[coccidia]], [[gregarine]]s, [[piroplasm]]s, [[haemogregarine]]s, and [[Plasmodiidae|plasmodia]]. Diseases caused by apicomplexan organisms include, but are not limited to:
 
The '''Apicomplexa''' (also referred to as '''Apicomplexia''') are a large group of [[protist]]s, most of which possess a unique [[organelle]] called [[apicoplast]] and an ''apical complex'' structure involved in penetrating a host's cell. They are unicellular, spore-forming, and exclusively<ref>{{cite book |author=Jadwiga Grabda |title=Marine fish parasitology: an outline |page=8 |year=1991 |publisher=VCH |isbn=0-89573-823-6 }}</ref> parasites of animals. Motile structures such as [[flagellum|flagella]] or [[pseudopod]]s are present only in certain [[gamete]] stages. This is a diverse group including organisms such as [[coccidia]], [[gregarine]]s, [[piroplasm]]s, [[haemogregarine]]s, and [[Plasmodiidae|plasmodia]]. Diseases caused by apicomplexan organisms include, but are not limited to:
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* [[Babesiosis]] (''[[Babesia]]'')
 
* [[Malaria]] (''[[Plasmodium]]'')
 
* [[Coccidia]]n diseases including:
 
** [[Cryptosporidiosis]] (''[[Cryptosporidium parvum]]'')
 
** [[Cyclosporiasis]] (''[[Cyclospora cayetanensis]]'')
 
** [[Isosporiasis]] (''[[Isospora belli]]'')
 
 
** [[Toxoplasmosis]] (''[[Toxoplasma gondii]]'')
 
** [[Toxoplasmosis]] (''[[Toxoplasma gondii]]'')
   
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