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The Scope of Parasitology
The Physiology of Transmission
The Metabolism and Physiology of Parasitic Stages
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acids active adult animals antibody antigen Ascaris bacteria bladder blood body cavity body surface causing cercariae cestodes ciliated Coccidia copepod culture cuticle cycle cyclophyllid cyst develop Digenea digenes digenetic flukes digestive disease eaten egg or cyst endoparasitic Entamoeba environment enzymes escape evolved factors faeces Fasciola hepatica feed female worm final host flagellates flame cell genus gland groups of parasites growth habitats histolytica immunity infective forms infective stage ingested intermediate host intracellular invertebrates larvae larval stages layer leaving the host liver macrogametocyte mammals mature worm medium membrane metabolism migrate miracidium Monogenea monogenes mosquito nematodes nutrients nutritional occurs oocyst organisms oxygen parasitic amoebae parasitic nematodes parasitology penetrate pharynx plant Plasmodium platyhelminths plerocercoid possess posterior predation production protein Protozoa rediae resistant result Schistosoma second intermediate host secreted serum smear snail species Spirurida sporocyst Sporozoa sporozoites stage larva stimulated strongyles tapeworms tissue transmission Trematoda trophozoite trypanosomes usually vitro wall