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The Art of Being a Parasite

By: C Combes
280 pages, 70 line illus
The Art of Being a Parasite
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  • The Art of Being a Parasite ISBN: 9780226114385 Paperback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Claude Combes illustrates what it means to be a parasite by considering every stage of its interactions, from invading and reproducing to leaving the host.

'If you want to be introduced to the marvelous consequences of the evolution of parasites and their natural history, it would be difficult to find a more fascinating book' - Nature

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Claude Combes is professor of animal biology at the University of Perpignan and author of Parasitism: The Ecology and Evolution of Intimate Interactions, published by the University of Chicago Press. Daniel Simberloff is the Nancy Gore Hunger Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
By: C Combes
280 pages, 70 line illus
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If you want to be introduced to the marvelous consequences of the evolution of parasites and their natural history, it would be difficult to find a more fascinating book. - Nature, on the French edition"
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