Parasitism and the Platyhelminths

Parasitism and the Platyhelminths

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This book differs from most parasitology texts in concentrating in detail on one group- the symbiotic platyhelminths. As the majority of these symbiotes are parasitic, the author presents a detailed explanation of the nature of such associations. The book adopts an organismal systematic approach setting the biology of parasitic platyhelminthes in an evolutionary context. Factual material is supplemented by excellent illustrations and references. This text will be of wide appeal to parasitologists, evolutionary biologists and zoologists interested in animal associations.18.3.10 The journey through the circulatory system Isotopic labelling of parasites, followed by compressed organ radiography, is a powerful tool for studying the tissue ... The lung capillary bed provides an obstacle for the larval stages of other parasitic helminths that enter the circulatory system. ... 30% Figure 18.14 Diagrammatic representation of the movement of a schistosomulum General biology 447.

Title:Parasitism and the Platyhelminths
Author: Graham C. Kearn
Publisher:Chapman & Hall - 1998

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