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Virginia Ivens
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9990479836
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Office of Agricultural; 2nd edition (June 1989)
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New Biological Books. Invisible Designers: Brain Evolution Through the Lens of Parasite Manipulation. Polydactyly in Development, Inheritance, and Evolution. Principal Parasites of Domestic Animals in the United States: Biological and Diagnostic Information. Virginia R. Ivens, Daniel L. Mark, Norman D. Levine.

Ivens, Virginia: Principal parasites of domestic animals in the United States : biological and diagnostic information, ( : Colleges of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois a. .

Ivens, Virginia: Principal parasites of domestic animals in the United States : biological and diagnostic information, ( : Colleges of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1989, c1978), also by Norman D. Levine and Daniel L. Mark (page images at HathiTrust).

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Printed in the United States of America

Printed in the United States of America. The present book was written to serve as a text and reference work for veterinarians, protozoologists, parasitologists, zoologists and also for physicians.

biological and diagnostic information. by Virginia Ivens United States. Published 1978 by Colleges of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in . Written in English. Domestic animals, Parasites, Veterinary parasitology.

The Host-Parasite List is an alphabetical listing of the major domestic animals found in the United States and their .

The Host-Parasite List is an alphabetical listing of the major domestic animals found in the United States and their common protozoan, helminth, and arthropod parasites. The domestic animals covered are cat, cattle, chicken (and turkey), dog, horse, sheep, and swine. Detailed information on specific parasites is included in the section, Hosts and Their Parasites, which contains short introductions to the parasites of each host species covered, followed by less than 500 words of biological and diagnostic information, photographs and/or drawings of diagnostic features, and life cycle drawings of the parasites that the authors consider most important.

Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 1979 27 51–59. 06171 Ivens, V. Mark, D. Levine, N. D. 05842 Babalola, D. A. PREVALENCE OF CYSTICERCUS BOVIS IN THE NORTH-EASTERN STATE OF NIGERIA Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 1976 24 159–162. 05844 Gathuma, J. Mango, A. M. THE ROLE PLAYED BY WILD CARNIVORES IN THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF BOVINE CYSTICERCOSIS IN KENYA. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 1976 24 149–155. Biological and diagnostic information.

The external parasites of our domestic animals nearly all belong to the great class of animals which we call Insects, but the .

The external parasites of our domestic animals nearly all belong to the great class of animals which we call Insects, but the internal parasites are, with few exceptions, representatives of the class of Worms. The division of the subjects of these lectures is, therefore, both convenient and natural. The class of Insects includes a far greater number of spe cies than any other class of animals, the number actually amounting to several hundred thousands, each country having a vast number peculiar to itself. They are also exceedingly diverse in habits, as well as in form and structure.