A Color Atlas of Parasitology

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University of San Francisco, Jan 1, 2004 - Parasitology - 150 pages
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This atlas is intended as an aid to students enrolled in a laboratory course in parasitology. Specimens that are typically studied in such a course have been photographed with a digital camera and printed at 1200 dpi on a Xerox Phaser solid ink printer. The images and text are waterfast and can be used in a laboratory setting. The book is plastic-spiral bound, and is covered with a sheet of clear 10-mil plastic on the front and 23-gauge plastic on the back. A brief explanation of each plate is on the facing page, emphasizing major characteristics of the parasite's structure, life cycle, and medical significance. Most of the images are of purchased microscope slide specimens (some of which are no longer commercially available), making this atlas a useful companion to laboratory courses in parasitology. A copy of the CD, "Electronic Atlas of Parasitology" version 2.02 is now included with the printed atlas.

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