Proceedings of the First International Congress of Parasitology

Proceedings of the First International Congress of Parasitology

Roma, 21-26 September 1964

1st Edition - January 1, 1966

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  • Editor: Augusto Corradetti
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483282824

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Proceedings of the First International Congress of Parasitology, Volume One focuses on the advancements of processes, methodologies, approaches, and reactions involved in parasitology. The selection first offers information on the role of molluscan hosts in trematode speciation; ecological analysis of the fluke fauna of birds in the USSR; digenetic trematodes of fishes as indicators of the ecology, phylogeny, and zoogeography of their hosts; and aspects of the biology of a monogenean skin parasite. The text then examines bacterial flora as one of the etiological factors influencing the establishment of parasites in the bowel of their host, responses of helminths to temperature gradients, and reservoir parasitism in helminths. The publication takes a look at the physical and biochemical characteristics of helminth glycogens; effect of insulin on glucose uptake and glycogen synthesis in the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica L.; regulation of glycogen synthesis in the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica L.; and changes in catalase activity during embryonation of Ascaris eggs and its relationship to respiration and cytochrome oxidase activity. The selection is a vital reference for researchers interested in parasitology.

Table of Contents


  • Volume One

    Foreword

    Congress Program

    Honorary Committee and Executive Committee

    Proceedings of the Opening Session

    Proceedings of the Closing Session

    Division A: General Parasitology

    Section 1 Parasitism, Ecology and Genetics

    » 2 Physiology and Biochemistry

    » 3 Pathology

    » 4 Immunology

    » 5 Zoogeography and Epidemiology

    Division B: Parasitic Protozoa

    Section 1 Toxoplasma

    » 2 Haemosporidia

    » 3 Piroplasmidea (Babesia and Theileria)

    » 4 Other Sporozoa

    » 5 Trypanosoma

    » 6 Leishmania

    » 7 Other Mastigophora

    » 8 Rhizopoda and Ciliata

    » 9 Spirochetes

    » 10 Rickettsia

    » 11 Cnidosporidia, Haplosporidia, Pneumocystis and Related Organisms

    Division C: Parasites of Wild Animals

    Section 1 Helminths of Animals: a) Nematodes

    » 2 Helminths of Animals: b) Cestodes and Trematodes

    » 3 Helminths of Birds and Reptiles: a) Nematodes

    » 4 Helminths of Birds and Reptiles: b) Cestodes and Trematodes

    Section 5 Parasites of Fishes and Amphibians

    » 6 Parasites of Invertebrates: a) Helminths

    » 7 Parasites of Invertebrates: b) Protozoa

    » 8 Parasites of Invertebrates: c) Arthropoda

    » 9 Pentastomida

    Volume Two

    Division D: Helminthiasis of Man and Domestic Animals

    Section 1 Filariasis

    » 2 Trichinellosis

    » 3 Schistosomiasis

    » 4 Hydatidosis

    » 5 Helminthiasis of Man

    » 6 Tissue Helminths of Animals

    » 7 Intestinal Helminths of Animals

    » 8 Fascioliasis

    Division E: Arthropods and Molluscs of Importance in Parasitology

    Section 1 Culicidae

    » 2 Other Nematocera

    » 3 Myiasis

    » 4 Non-Biting Flies

    » 5 Tsetse Flies

    » 6 Tabanidae and Pupipara

    » 7 Hemiptera

    » 8 Fleas and Lice

    » 9 Mites

    » 10 Ticks

    » 11 Molluscs

    » 12 Crustacea

    » 13 Immune Response to Arthropod Bites

    Proceedings of the General Assembly of the World Federation of Parasitology

    Réunion du Comité: Collections d'Helminthes et Coordination des Collections

    Authors' Index

Product details

  • No. of pages: 656
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1966
  • Published: January 1, 1966
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483282824

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