5 edition of Physiology of parasites found in the catalog.
|Statement||Leslie H. Chappell.|
|Series||Tertiary level biology|
|LC Classifications||QL757 .C46 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||79020237|
Medical parasitology traditionally has included the study of three major groups of animals: parasitic protozoa, parasitic helminths (worms), and those arthropods that directly cause disease or act as vectors of various pathogens. A parasite is a pathogen that simultaneously injures and derives sustenance from its host. Some organisms called parasites are actually commensals, in that they Author: Samuel Baron. Parasites can also indirectly affect the behavior of their hosts by disturbing their metabolism, development or immunity. Parasitic castrators drastically modify their hosts' metabolism and reproduction, sometimes by secreting castrating hormones, changing their behavior and physiology to benefit the parasite.
Oct 05, · Recognize and treat the parasites seen in veterinary practice! Diagnostic Parasitology for Veterinary Technicians, 5th Edition features clear and concise discussions of the most commonly encountered internal and external parasites. Chapters are organized by parasite group - including nematodes, cestodes, trematodes, protozoans, arthropods, and Pages: This is most definitely not my usual kind of book. Prior to reading “This is Your Brain On Parasites” I’ve always been drawn to richly imagined fantasy books, or anything fictional, really. I knew I had to take a step into the world of nonfiction for English class anyway- no matter my preference of genre.4/5.
The Biology of Parasites. Textbook. By: Richard Lucius (Author), Brigitte Loos-Frank About this book. 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. In this edition, particular emphasis is placed on parasites of human and veterinary importance. The first three chapters in the text are concerned with how parasites 'work,' their biochemistry, molecular and cell biology and physiology.
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The book is written for the undergraduate who has no previous experience of parasitology and little background in either biochemistry or physiology. It is not a long book, and students will have to consult some of the more detailed textbooks in parasitology and physiology to gain a full understanding of the topics considered here.
This textbook provides an up-to-date overview of the most important parasites in humans and their potential vectors. For each parasite, the book offers a concise summary including its distribution, epidemiology, life cycle, morphology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, prophylaxis and therapeuticBrand: Springer International Publishing.
The book is written for the undergraduate who has no previous experience of parasitology and little background in either biochemistry or physiology. It is not a long book, and students will have to consult some of the more detailed textbooks in parasitology and physiology to gain a full understanding of the topics considered lphsbands.com by: Get this from a library.
Physiology of Parasites. [Leslie H Chappell] -- THIS BOOK HAS BEEN DEVELOPED FROM A SHORT LECTURE COURSE GIVEN to advanced undergraduate students as part of a general introduction to the subject of parasitology for zoologists.
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Learn more. The Biology of Parasites 1st Edition. by Richard Lucius (Author), Brigitte Loos-Frank (Author), Richard P. Lane (Author), & ISBN Price: $ Get this from a library. Physiology of parasites. [Leslie H Chappell] -- The subject matter of this book reflects the growing amount of research into animal parasitology, especially into those aspects of the subject with immediate economic and medical importance.
Reproductive physiology. Chemical communication. Neurophysiology of helminth parasites. Locomotory physiology. Nutrition of parasites.
Parasite physiology in a Cited by: Book Description: This volume contains the papers presented at the Department of Parasitology in the School of Hygiene of the University of Toronto symposium, held to stimulate discussion of the significance of ecological problems presented by parasites.
This book has been developed from a short lecture course given to advanced undergraduate students as part of a general introduction to the subject of parasitology for zoologists.
Protozoa and helminths are the only parasites considered. Each chapter covers a single topic or related topics in physiological parasitology. These are: feeding and nutritional physiology; carbohydrate metabolism and Cited by: Biochemistry and Physiology of Protozoa, Volume I focuses on the chemical and physiological features of Protozoa, including nutrition, metabolism, and growth of phytoflagellates, Trypanosomidae and Bodonidae, biochemistry of ciliates and Plasmodium, and the influence of antimalarials.
This book is about one of my favorite topics: What have parasites “learned” through the process of natural selection about how human physiology works. How can we take the lessons these parasites have learned and use them to treat human disease.
Books on parasites. Natural Remedies in the Fight Against Parasites. This book emphasizes past and current research efforts about principles of natural control of major parasites affecting humans, animals, and crops. It discusses and updates information about three major topics of natural remedies.
Author(s): Hanem Fathy Khater. Comparative Biochemistry of Parasites contains the proceedings of an international symposium organized by the Janssen Research Foundation and held at Janssen Pharmaceutica in Belgium on SeptemberThe symposium reviewed progress in the understanding of the physiology and biochemistry of parasites such as protozoa and helminths.
May 12, · Biochemistry and Physiology of Protozoa, Volume I focuses on the chemical and physiological features of Protozoa, including nutrition, metabolism, and growth of phytoflagellates, Trypanosomidae and Bodonidae, biochemistry of ciliates and Book Edition: 1.
Dec 02, · Pathophysiology of Parasitic Infection covers the proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on JulyThe book summarizes Book Edition: 1.
Physiology, Metabolism, and Immunity. Daphnia feed on small, suspended particles in the water. They are suspension feeders (filter feeders). The food is gathered with the help of a filtering apparatus, consisting of the phylopods, which are flattened leaf-like legs that produce a water current.
Daphnia parasites are most commonly observed Cited by: Jun 18, · Free PDF Downlaod Physiology of Parasites BOOK ONLINE CLICK HERE lphsbands.com?book=BSLH1D4. Parasitism describes a symbiotic relationship in which one member of the association benefits at the expense of the other.
Both parasites and pathogens harm the host; however, pathogens cause disease, damage to host tissues or physiology, whereas parasites usually do not, but can cause serious damage and death by competition for nutrients or other resources.
This is a comprehensive account of centipede biology providing a critical review of the work covering anatomy, behaviour, reproduction and life history, predators and parasites, physiology, ecology and taxonomy.
It is an important source-book of particular value to scientists working directly with this group and to soil ecologists and those more generally interested in arthropods, arthropod 5/5(2).Nevertheless it must be agreed that this book provides a master work of reference to world literature (up to ) on the biochemistry and physiology of parasites, and it should be available for consultation by all scientists concerned with parasitology.
The printing, format and paper are all lphsbands.com by: (non-pathogenic parasites). In Medical parasitology we will focus on most of the disease causing (pathogenic) parasites. However, understanding parasites which do not ordinarily produce disease in healthy (immunocompetent) individuals but do cause illness in individuals with impaired defense mechanism (opportunistic parasites) is.