By: Andrej A Galaktionov (Editor), Andrej A Dobrovolskij (Editor)
592 pages, b/w photos, illustrations
The trematodes are parasitic flatworms of great medical and veterinary importance. The Biology and Evolution of Trematodes provides information on all characteristics of trematode organisation and biology from an evolutionary standpoint. Possible scenarios of early stages of life formation are discussed as well as a consideration of further evolution in different taxa and ecological groups of trematodes.
1: Organization of parthenogenetic and hermaphroditic generations of trematodes
2: The trematode life cycle as a system of adaptations
3: The main types of trematode life cycles
4: Specific traits of populations formed by trematodes
5: The main trends in trematode evolution
6: Evolution of life cycles and phylogeny of trematodes
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