Medical and Veterinary Protozoology: An Illustrated Guide
Lumen-dwelling protozoa of the elimentary and genital tracts. Intracellular parasites of the alimentary tract. Intracellular tissue parasites. Trypanosomes. Malaria parasites. Intracellular blood and tissue parasites of domestic animals. Pathogenic 'free-living' amoebae. Arthropod vectors. Laboratory aids in the diagnosis of protozoan infections. References and further reading. Skeleton classification of the phylum protozoa. Phase contrast microscopy. Sterilization. Desinfection, anticoagulants and cleaning solution. Supply houses.
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