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Parasite Life Cycles
 
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Dickson D. Despommier
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Parasite Life Cycles

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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 poin ...more
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published December 11th 1987 by Springer
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Jan 03, 2011 Smellsofbikes rated it really liked it
This rocked. It's not general interest -- I think only Christine and Michael, and maybe Marianne, would actually read it -- but it's pretty cool if you like parasitology. Thankfully it only has illustrations, not color photographs (I've taken that class, and I didn't want to eat anything but processed sugar and pickles for *months* afterwards) but it has a wealth of information about practically every parasite there is, from protozoans through nematodes, including complete lifecycle diagrams and ...more
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Dr. Dickson D. Despommier is a professor of Public Health and Microbiolgy at Columbia University (NY).
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