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Animal parasites: their biology and life cycles
O. Wilford Olsen
|Statement||[by] O. Wilford Olsen. Illus. by the author.|
|LC Classifications||QL757 .O4 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 431 p.|
|Number of Pages||431|
This is followed by a detailed consideration of the various m- phological-biological adaptations that ensure the successful completion of the complex life cycles of these parasites (Chapter 2). Life cycles inherent in different trematodes are subject to a special analysis (Chapter 3). The authors distinguish several basic types of life cycles.
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Unsurpassed, profusely illustrated text details lives, morphology, modes of transmission of representative parasites of wild and domestic animals of North America. Wealth of detailed illustrations.
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Wilford (Oliver Wilford), Animal parasites: their biology Animal parasites: their biology and life cycles book life cycles. Minneapolis, Burgess Pub. Animal Parasites: Their Biology and Life Cycles.
Wilford Olsen. Burgess, Minneapolis, Minn., vii + pp. Illus. $Author: Norman R. Stoll. Animal Parasites, Their Biology and Life CyclesBurgess Publishing Company Paul W. Pratt, VDM, editor Laboratory Animal parasites: their biology and life cycles book for Animal Health TechniciansAmerican Veterinary Publications, Inc.
Rogers The Nature of Parasitism The Relationship of Some Metazoan Parasites to their Hosts. Academic Press I. Clunies Ross, Title: Life Cycles of Parasites. (Book Reviews: Animal Parasites: Their Biology and Life Cycles) Book Authors: Wilford Olsen, O. Review Author: Stoll, Norman R. This book deals with "animal" parasites, i.e.
eukaryote organisms which have adopted the way of living dependent upon other animals. The protozoa, helminths and some arthropods are cited as constituting the most important groups of these parasites, and this definition is stated to include the whole range of dependence-from those species which are dependent on hosts only Cited by: This heavily illustrated text teaches parasitology from a biological perspective.
It combines classical descriptive biology of parasites with modern cell and molecular biology approaches, and also addresses parasite evolution and ecology. Parasites found in mammals, non-mammalian vertebrates, and invertebrates are systematically treated, incorporating the Author: Richard Lucius.
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The following nine chapters cover the biodiversity of animal parasites in greater depth than the first edition, ranging from the Protista to the Arthropoda. The authors have taken a parasite‐centred approach to describe the functional morphology, life cycle variation, biodiversity and phylogenetic relationships, and classification in each : John W.
Lewis. For some parasite zoonoses, transmission between animals and people is required for completion of their life cycles (e.g., Taenia saginata, the beef tapeworm of people – human definitive and cattle intermediate hosts).Others survive very well in animal populations, and only occasionally infect people (e.g., P.
knowlesi – maintained in macaques but sometimes infects people). Ectoparasites are of growing significance in modern veterinary medicine and a detailed understanding of the biology of these parasites is fundamental to their appropriate treatment and control.
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Their Life Cycles and Ecology. Author: Oliver Wilford Olsen; Publisher: Courier Corporation ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Unsurpassed, profusely illustrated text details lives, structures of numerous representative parasites of wild and domestic animals of North America.
The book has been completely revised to take account of the extensive advances and latest developments in these fields to meet the requirements of a new generation of students, whether in biology, zoology, ecology, evolution, parasitology, immunology or the environmental, medical, and veterinary : John W.
Lewis. Veterinary Parasitology covers all the aspects of parasites of domestic animals and their hosts that include the physiology, biochemistry, morphology and life cycles of parasites, the pathological, immunological and clinical responses of the host to the presence of parasites.
Life Cycles ofParasites Animal Parasites: Their Biology and Life Cycles. Wilford Olsen. Burgess, Minneapolis, Minn., vii + pp.
Illus. $ This book grew out of the teaching device of multicolored plates used by Wilford Olsen to aid students in under-standing the complexities of parasitic life cycles. Here the plates, in black. Parasites found in mammals, non-mammalian vertebrates, and invertebrates are systematically treated, incorporating the latest knowledge about their cell and molecular biology.
In doing so, it greatly extends classical parasitology textbooks and prepares the reader for a career in basic and applied parasitology.
• Importance of understanding parasite life cycles for effective treatment and control –Life cycle involves one or more species of vector –Life cycle involves one or more intermediate hosts –Parasite has a variety of definitive hosts –Parasite has life cycle stages that are exposed to File Size: 1MB.
Start studying Animal Biology- Final exam true/false. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Cnidarians can reproduce only sexually as part of their life cycles. True. Nematodes often include snails as part of their life cycle.
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Although there is a great deal of information about the general biology, life cycles, and morphology of the stages of Cryptosporidium, Sarcocystis, and Toxoplasma species in mammals and a few other vertebrate groups (e.g., snakes).
Reflecting the enormous advances made in the field over the past ten years, this text synthesizes the latest developments in the ecology and evolution of animal parasites against a backdrop of parallel advances in parasite systematics, biodiversity and life cycles/5(4).
There is an amazing variety of life cycles within the animal world. Surprisingly, only about 3% of all animal species give birth to live young as part of their life cycle. Most animals lay eggs. Animals need to eat, to grow, to be safe, and to reproduce. Written for the college course in general parasitology, this book covers the range of parasitic animals.
It is intended to be used as an introduction for the beginning biology student, and it is not a technical treatise on medical or veterinary parasites. In their preface, the authors state, "We can only initiate the BOOK REVIEWS. Parasitism: The Diversity and Ecology of Animal Parasites | Goater T.M., Goater C.P., Esch G.W.
| download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The book begins with the spectrum of host-parasite relationships, moving to a description of the parasites themselves, followed by three chapters that focus on how parasites maintain their internal and external life cycles, how they are able to enter the host and why they are found in certain locations.
Parasitism: The Diversity and Ecology of Animal Parasites. Timothy M Goater, Cameron P Goater and Gerald W Esch. Cambridge University Press, £ hardback, £ paperback. The second edition of this classic reference book on parasitology is well worth the 13 year wait.
About this book. Reflecting the enormous advances made in the field over the past ten years, Parasitism: The Diversity and Ecology of Animal Parasites synthesizes the latest developments in the ecology and evolution of animal parasites against a backdrop of parallel advances in parasite systematics, biodiversity and life Range: £ - £ Flukes and tapeworms are both different organisms in the same phylum.
That being said, different types of Flukes and tapeworms may have different life cycles, infecting many different organisms. The life cycles of most digeneans are among the most complex in a nature, and require one or more intermediate and definitive hosts, with an enormous. Apicomplexans are currently assigned to the SAR clade because _____.
(see book section: Concept The "SAR" clade is a highly diverse group of protists defined by DNA similarities) they have life cycles with both sexual and asexual stages they have true roots, stems, and leaves they are parasites. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals pdf Parasitism: The Diversity and Ecology of Animal Parasites by Gerald W.
Esch, Cameron P. Goater and Timothy M. Goater (, Hardcover, Revised) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Complex life cycles. Many parasites have complex life-cycles. Tremadodes, the flukes, are a parasitic class of flatworms (Platyhelminths), with o species.
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O. W. Animal Parasites: Their Biology and Life Cycles Noble, E., and G. Noble. Parasitology: The Biology of Animal Parasites, 3rd ed.