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Publication Date: 1996
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
Preface Section 1The Single-celled Animal Parasites 1 Subkingdom Protozoa/Phylum Sarcomastigophora/Phylum Apicomplexa/Phylum Myxozoa/Phylum Microspora/Phylum Ciliophora Section 2Helminths 2 Phylum Platyhelminthes/Turbellaria/Monogenea/Trematoda 3 Class Cestoidea (Cestodaria and Eucestoda) 4 Phylum Acanthocephala 5 Phylum Nematoda/Enoplida/Rhabditida/Strongylida/Ascaridida/Oxyurida/Spirurida 6 Phylum Nematomorpha 7 Phylum Annelida Section 3Phylum Arthropoda 8 Subphylum Crustacea 9 Order Acari 10 Class Insecta 11 Lice (Anoplura and Mallophaga) 12 Order Diptera 13 Order Hemiptera 14 Phylum Pentastomida Section 4Laboratory Techniques 15 Technique Procedures Appendixes 1: Reagents and Solutions 2: Some Vertebrate Diseases and Infections, together with the Arthropods Important in Their Transmission 3: Life Cycle Laboratory Exercises IndexMurray Dailey is the author of 'Meyer, Olsen & Schmidt's Essentials of Parasitology', published 1996 under ISBN 9780697159830 and ISBN 0697159833.
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