Protozoa and helminths,
Animals and parasites,
Immune responses to parasitic infections,
Usefulness of parasites,
Diagnosis and treatment,
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The fully revised edition of Parasitology: An Integrated Approach holds true to its engaging and easy-to-read approach. It comprehensively covers the complex and dynamic interaction between the parasite and its host ranging from invertebrates to vertebrates. Following an integrated approach, the authors explain how the study of parasites requires an understanding of biological concepts such as growth and reproduction, molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, and pathology. In this second edition, they further address parasites and parasite relationships in the grand scheme of global changes and their impact. 1084 p.
Series: New York Academy of Sciences