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Introduction to Human Parasitology

    Naturevolume 128page323 (1931) | Download Citation



    THIS volume is an extended form of an earlier book which was intended for students and the lay public. This larger edition should be more useful to students of biological and medical sciences where an intensive study is not indicated. Its presentation is clear and readable. A short, incomplete account of filterable viruses is included with protozoa, helminths, and arthropods. Only animal parasites are dealt with.

    Introduction to Human Parasitology.


    Asa C.


    By. Fourth edition, rewritten and enlarged, superseding "Animal Parasites and Human Diseases". Pp. xiv + 655. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1930.) 25s. net.

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