Parasite life cycles
In a unique, visual approach to the depiction of parasite life cycles, this detailed atlas presents a clear, concise, and complete overview of the parasite/human host interrelationship. 75 life cycles include all the major protozoan and helminth pathogens of man with new and updated information on several organisms. The illustrations follow the route of infection from point of entry, through the developmental stages, to completion of the cycle as the parasite reinfects the next host. Precise biological anatomical and medical depiction provides reinforcement. Distinguished by its organization, continuity, and accuracy, this comprehensive work will be a valuable reference for students, clinicians and others interested in the field of parasitology.
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adult worm amastigotes Animal Phylum Ascaris become infected binary fission blood meal bloodstream capillaries cercariae Cestoidea Cestoidea Order Cyclophyllidea Cyclophyllidea Family cyst cysticercoid cytoplasm defecation definitive host develop differentiate Digenea digested Echinococcus embryonated eggs encyst epithelium fluke Genus gondii Gravid proglottids haematobium hatch hemocoel host cell human host Hymenolepis infected red cell infective stage ingested initiate infection intermediate host Kingdom large intestine larvae lb Infection length liver lumbricoides lumen macrogametocyte macrophages malaria male mammalian host mammals Mastigophora Class merozoites metacercaria metacyclic trypomastigotes microgametocyte midgut miracidium mosquito muscle Nematoda Class Nematodes occurs oncosphere oocyst organisms parasites parenchymal cells penetrates Phylum Plasmodium Platyhelminthes Platyhelminthes Class pre-sex cell proglottids promastigote Protista Protista Phylum Protozoa pseudocyst releasing replicate reproductive reservoir hosts Schistosoma schizont scolex serve as reservoir small intestine solium source of infection species sporocyst sporozoites Subclass Suborder Superfamily surface Taenia tapeworm tegument third-stage tissue transforms Trematodes Trichinella trophozoite Trypanosoma u,m in diameter westermani