Advances in Parasitology, Volume 32

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Academic Press, Aug 11, 1993 - Medical - 455 pages
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This volume of Advances in Parasitology has a predominantly protozoological flavor.
  • The questionable pathogenicity of Blastocytis, a ptorist closely related to amoeboflagellates
  • Discussion of Giardia and the evidence of early branching of the eukaryotic stem
  • Full overview of current knowledge of the immunology of Leishmania
  • Explanation of the way trypanosomatids transport nutrients and ions across their membranes
  • A review of the biology of the coccidian parasites of fish with extensive illustrations
  • A review of the sexuality of parasitic crustaceans
 

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