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Diversity, Prevalence, and Host Specificity of Avian Plasmodium and Haemoproteus in a Western Amazon

Monograph
Series: Ornithological Monographs Volume: 76
By: Maria Svensson-Coelho(Author), John G Blake(Author), Bette A Loiselle(Author), Amanda S Penrose(Author), Patricia G Parker(Author), Robert E Ricklefs(Author)
47 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Diversity, Prevalence, and Host Specificity of Avian Plasmodium and Haemoproteus in a Western Amazon
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  • Diversity, Prevalence, and Host Specificity of Avian Plasmodium and Haemoproteus in a Western Amazon ISBN: 9780943610955 Paperback Jul 2013 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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PCR and DNA sequencing were used to screen for haemosporidian parasites (Haemoproteus and Plasmodium) in 2488 individual birds from 104 species and 22 families, primarily understory suboscine passerines, captured in a lowland Amazonian forest in Ecuador as a first major step to understanding the transmission dynamics of this cosmopolitan group of parasites in this region.

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Monograph
Series: Ornithological Monographs Volume: 76
By: Maria Svensson-Coelho(Author), John G Blake(Author), Bette A Loiselle(Author), Amanda S Penrose(Author), Patricia G Parker(Author), Robert E Ricklefs(Author)
47 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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