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The Ixodes scapularis tick maintains B. In late summer year 1, tick larvae take a blood meal on white footed mice.
In endemic areas, a significant fraction of these mice harbor B. As larvae feed, Babesia infected RBCs accumulate in their gut. Babesia gametocytes eventually egress from RBCs and differentiate into gametes.
Gametes fuse to form zygotes that translocate across the tick gut epithelium. At the basal lamina, zygotes become ookinetes, which enter the hemolymph and reach salivary acini.
Once in the secretory and interstitial cells of the acini, ookinetes hypertrophy into sporoblasts that stay dormant. Larvae overwinter and molt into nymphs in the following spring year 2. If larvae are infected with B.
In late spring and early summer year 2, nymphs take a blood meal on warm-blooded vertebrates.
As nymphs stay in close contact with such vertebrate, sporogony is initiated. Each sporoblast yields up to 10,000 sporozoites.
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Sporozoites eventually reach the bloodstream and invade RBCs. In the fall year 2, nymphs molt into adults that feed on white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus.
Deer are not competent reservoirs for B.
Adult female ticks lay eggs in the following spring year 3. Even if adult female ticks harbor B.
Larvae hatch from the eggs in early summer year 3, and feed on white-footed mice in late summer.