Biology of the Tapeworm Hymenolepis Diminuta by Hisao Arai

By Hisao Arai

Biology of the Tapeworm Hymenolepis diminuta covers the physiological and biochemical elements of the tapeworm Hymenolepis diminuta. This ebook relates previous and current wisdom within the box of parasitology.
This reference is equipped into 12 chapters, beginning with a quick dialogue on lifestyles background and taxonomy of the species. this is often by means of the developmental biology of the fertilized ovum to the formation of the cysticercoids in an insect host. Discussions at the embryological, biochemical, and physiological features of H. diminuta, the intestinal helminth infections, and methods for in vitro cultivation of varied tapeworm species are supplied. bankruptcy 7 offers a assessment of molecular DNA and RNA of H. diminuta and the result of isolation and characterization of those macromolecules. this can be via a dialogue on power metabolism of grownup H. diminuta in bankruptcy eight. The latter 4 chapters specialize in biochemical elements of H. diminuta, together with its membrane biology, immunity, and migratory and chemotherapeutic actions.
This publication encourages range between destiny experiences in helminth ecology, body structure, immunology, and biochemistry. it is going to serve its objective and make sure that parasitology box continues.

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