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Parasitic Protozoa in British Wild Animals

By: John R Baker(Author)
24 pages, 5 b/w photos, 27 b/w illustrations
Parasitic Protozoa in British Wild Animals
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  • Parasitic Protozoa in British Wild Animals ISBN: 9780904282610 Paperback Jan 1982 In stock
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In addition to the myriad protozoa living in the soil and water, many species inhabit the bodies of other plants and animals, obtaining nourishment from their (usually unwilling) hosts and sometimes causing the latter considerable damage. This booklet illustrates the extent of parasitic protozoa in the British wild fauna.

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By: John R Baker(Author)
24 pages, 5 b/w photos, 27 b/w illustrations
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