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Synoptic List of Protozoa from India and their Assessment of Taxonomic Diversity Part I. Parasitic Protozoa

By: NC Nandi and AK Das
456 pages, tables
Synoptic List of Protozoa from India and their Assessment of Taxonomic Diversity
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About this book

This volume focuses on parasitic protozoa found in India.

Contents

Preface
Introduction
Synoptic list

I. Parasitic protozoa
1. Phylum sarcomastigophora
2. Phylum Apicomplexa
3. Phylum Microspora
4. Phylum Ascetospora
5. Phylum Myxozoa
6. Phylum Ciliophora

II. Symbiotic protozoa
1. Termite flagellates
2. Phylum sarcomastigophora
3. Rumen ciliates
4. Phylum ciliophora

Assessment of taxonomic diversity
Summary
Bibliography

A. Parasitic protozoa
1. General
2. Intestinal flagellates
3. Haemoflagellates
4. Opalinata
5. Parasitic amoebae
6. Gregarines
7. Haemorgregarines
8. Coccidia
9. Haemosporina
10. Piroplasmida
11. Microsporidia
12. Haplosporea
13. Myxozoa
14. Parasitic ciliates

B. Symbiotic protozoa
Termite flagellates
Rumen cilitates

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By: NC Nandi and AK Das
456 pages, tables
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