By: Daniel R Brooks (Author), Dedorah A McLennan (Author)
429 pages, 149 figs, 3 maps, 28 tabs
Analyzing parasite evolutionary biology using modern comparative methods for the first time, Brooks and McLennan suggest that parasites are exemplary model systems for exploring the evolution of complex life cycles.
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