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Author: Richard Ashford,William Crewe
ISBN13: 978-0415276887
Title: Parasites of Homo sapiens: An Annotated Checklist of the Protozoa, Helminths and Arthropods for which we are Home
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Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (January 25, 2003)
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Parasites of Homo sapiens: An Annotated Checklist of the Protozoa, Helminths and Arthropods for which we are Home by Richard Ashford,William Crewe



In part this is because we know so much about all aspects of the biology of our species, but in addition, our varied habitat and diet and our global distribution exposes us to more infections than any other species. An indispensable guide for all parasitologists, it presents a comprehensive checklist of all animals naturally parasitic in or on the human body. Each parasite listed includes a complete summary of its characteristics.

Richard Ashford, William Crewe. In part this is because we know so much about all aspects of the biology of our species, but in addition, our varied habitat and diet and our global distribution exposes us to more infections than any other species. Whereas some familiar parasitic infections are responsible for much human disease and suffering, the great majority are rare or obscure forms ignored by all but the most comprehensive texts

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by Richard Ashford (Author), William Crewe (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0415311182. Book Condition: Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee.

ISBN13: 9780415276887. by Crewe Ashford and William Crewe.

Previous ed. published: Liverpool : Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, 1998. Having a morbid fascination with parasite pathology of human beings I had to borrow this title. So far so good- but it's more of a giant, encyclopaedic list of parasites as far as I am reading.

an annotated checklist of the protozoa, helminths, and arthropods for which we are home. Published 2003 by Taylor and Francis in New York. Medical parasitology, In library, Nomenclature, Handbooks, manuals, Parasites. Includes bibliographical references and index. Previous ed. Handbooks, manuals, etc.

The Eukaryotes: Fungi, Algae, Protozoa, and HelminthsDocuments. Parasites are divided into three main phylum: . rotozoa . elminths . rthropods Protozoa divided into three classes Parasites are divided into three. Parasites of Dogs and Cats Part 2: Arthropods and Protozoa. Sterility in Domesticated AnimalsDocuments. The Structure and Growth of Domesticated AnimalsDocuments. Variation in Domesticated AnimalsDocuments

Homo sapiens rank among the most parasitized of all animals. In part this is because we know so much about all aspects of the biology of our species, but in addition, our varied habitat and diet and our global distribution exposes us to more infections than any other species. Whereas some familiar parasitic infections are responsible for much human disease and suffering, the great majority are rare or obscure forms ignored by all but the most comprehensive texts. The Parasites of Homo sapiens: An Annotated checklist of the Protozoa, Helminths and Arthropods for Which We Are Home, 2nd Edition presents a comprehensive listing of them all. Closely following the pattern of the first edition, this new edition incorporates a wealth of further information and data from the most recently published research findings. An indispensable guide for all parasitologists, it presents a comprehensive checklist of all animals naturally parasitic in or on the human body. Each parasite listed includes a complete summary of its characteristics.The structure of each entry includes:The scientific name of the parasite Synonyms for scientific namesStatus of reported human casesGeographical distribution and abundanceParasite habitat on humans HostsTransmission mechanismsHuman risk factorsIndication of host-specificity status