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Book on Parasitology

Wed Sep 4 10:58:13 EST 1996

In message <Richard_Bungiro-0309961253580001 at>, 
Richard_Bungiro at brown.edu (Rick Bungiro) writes:

>In article <4vlvs1$7d5 at news.orst.edu>, chend at ucs.orst.edu (Don Chen) wrote:
>> Hi:
>> Is there a good standard text on parasitology?  I would be interested
>> in either a book from the standpoint of general descriptive
>> information or one that deals with more molecular/biochemical aspects.
>> Thanks for any infomation.
>I'd put in a vote for Parasitic Diseases, 3rd Ed. by Despommier, Gwadz,
>and Hotez (Springer-Verlag).  The book is mainly descriptive, but is clear
>and concise with great life cycle drawings.
>Happy hunting!

I vote for Schmidt and Roberts', Foundations of Parasitology.  W.C. Brown 
publishers.  It is the best available text.

Scott Lyell Gardner     --> We do Parasites Here -- All of Them  <--
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University of Nebraska State Museum
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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