2 edition of Parasitic diseases of wild mammals found in the catalog.
Parasitic diseases of wild mammals
|Statement||edited by John W. Davis and Roy C. Anderson.|
|Contributions||Davis, John William, 1917-, Anderson, Roy C. 1926-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 364 p. :|
|Number of Pages||364|
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About this book The first edition was highly successful and a respected reference book for many years. This extensive revision, by 30 contributing authors, details the latest advances in the recognition and detection of parasitic diseases in free-ranging and captive mammals, and addresses wildlife management and public health considerations.
InJohn Davis and Roy Anderson edited Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals. Now, 30 years later, Bill Samuel, Margo Pybus, and Alan Kocan have assembled the “long overdue” 2nd edition. Read the preface, a stimulating overture, and you will know that this new book, like its predecessor, is a landmark in the literature of wildlife Cited by: 1.
This welcome volume follows the publication of the second edition of Noninfectious Diseases of Wildlife, as the Blackwell Publishing continues to update its venerable series of texts on wildlife first edition of Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, published incontained information on only 17 different parasites or related groups.
In the 1st edition of this book, published in and edited by John W. Davis and Roy C. Anderson, 19 contributing authors presented pages discussing ectoparasites (75 pages), endoparasitic helminths ( pages), and parasitic protozoans (49 pages) of wild and synanthropic mammals.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Davis, John William, Parasitic diseases of wild mammals. Ames, Iowa State University Press . Get this from a library. Parasitic diseases of wild mammals. [William M Samuel; A Alan Kocan; Margaret Jean Pybus; John William Davis;] -- This book is an updated revision of a classic book dedicated to parasitic diseases of captive and freeranging mammals.
This edition not only addresses advances in the areas of disease recognition and. The first edition was highly successful and a respected reference book for many years.
This extensive revision, by 30 contributing authors, details the latest advances in the recognition and detection of parasitic diseases in free-ranging and captive mammals, and addresses wildlife management and public health considerations.
When the first edition of Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals was published inthe field of wildlife parasitology was, for the most part, in the stage of doc-umenting the presence and. Infectious Diseases of Wild Birds was published in With the publication of this new volume, the update of the entire original series (including infectious, parasitic, and noninfectious diseases of wild mammals) is complete.
The parasitic disease section of the original text only contained eight chapters and a scant pages. Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals This book is an updated revision of a classic book dedicated to parasitic diseases of captive and freeranging mammals.
This edition not only addresses advances in the areas of disease recognition and detection, but also wildlife management and public health considerations. Summary This chapter contains section titled: Introduction Life History Epizootiology Clinical Signs.
Pathology and Pathogenesis Immunity Management Implications. InJohn Davis and Roy Anderson edited Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals. Now, 30 years later, Bill Samuel, Margo Pybus, and Alan Kocan have assembled the “long overdue” 2nd edition. Read the preface, a stimulating overture, and you will know that this new book, like its predecessor, is a landmark in the literature of wildlife.
Parasitic diseases of wild mammals. Roy C. Anderson. Iowa State University Press, - Mammals - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. mites and pentastomes Gordon K Sivcatman I. Parasitic Diseases By Edwin B. Howard, James O. Britt, George Matsumoto Parasitic infection is a common problem in most species of wild mammals, but parasitism appears to be a much greater problem in marine mammals than in most terrestrial species.
Book: Parasitic diseases of wild mammals. pp.x + pp. Abstract: These two volumes do not contain the wealth of information that might have been expected. They consist of fairly brief chapters on selected topics (not the whole field of diseases of wild mammals mammals Subject Category: Organism NamesCited by: Book: Parasitic diseases of wild mammals.
pp.x + pp. Abstract: Parasitplogy is diversifying and expanding so rapidly that it is now impossible for one person to write an authoritative account of even one part of the field and so, increasingly, we are faced by compilations produced by a number of specialists each writing to a pattern Cited by: as the Iowa State University Press continues to update its venerable series of texts on wildlife disease.
The first edition of Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, published incontained information on only 17 different parasites or related groups. Management of Disease in Wild Mammals. Editors: Delahay, Richard, Smith, Graham C., Hutchings, Michael R. (Eds.) Free Preview.
Buy this book eB29 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free; Included format: PDF; ebooks can be used on all reading devices. This clinically oriented new volume in the Self-Assessment Colour Review series brings together a wide variety of cases and clinical situations which relate to diseases caused by parasitic agents primarily in small animals and domestic livestock.
It also includes some cases involving some wild and exotic animals. The previous edition of this book was an important resource and an inspiration to a generation of wildlife biologists and veterinarians. The book has now been thoroughly updated by the editors in collaboration with 68 international contributors, all of whom are noted experts in their respective ge includes the etiology, history, distribution, epidemiology.
Common Bird Parasites & Diseases The four diseases that most frequently affect birds that use feeders are: salmonella, trichomoniasis, aspergillosis, and avian pox. All of these diseases are transmitted from one bird to another at feeding stations, especially when overcrowding occurs.
Taking a unique approach that focuses on the effects of the parasites on the host, Parasitic Diseases of Wild Birds fills a unique niche in animal health literature. View Show abstract. In the printing of Parasitic Diseases of Mammals, however, there was no general coverage of gastrointestinal nematodes, and only T.
spiralis was addressed. 1. Pathogens in Wildlife. Wildlife have long been recognized as potential sources for emerging infectious diseases in humans and domestic animals, and wildlife diseases have historically gained attention primarily when they were considered a threat to agricultural systems and the economic, social, or physical health of humans [1–3].In fact, the potential impacts of Cited by: Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases: Birds.
Introduction to Parasitic Diseases “Parasites form a large proportion of the diversity of life on earth.” (Price) Quote from: Price, P.W.,Evolutionary biology of parasites: Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, p. Parasitism is an intimate relationship between two different.
The interrelationship between wild animal, domestic animals and human health is appreciated now more than ever before. This is because of the recognition of the involvement of wild animals in diseases of humans and domestic animals, the impact of disease on wildlife management and conservation biology, recognition of new forms of environmental contamination, and academic.
Abstract. INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASES OF WILD BIRDS This i s the third* in a series of three volumes describ- aspegillosis. Part three deals with parasitic infections ing diseases and parasites of wild mammals and birds.
and includes chapters on fleas and lice, nematodes, and a In the preface it is stated that â â in many instances the series dealing with. The second edition of Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals will serve as a benchmark reference for parasites or parasitic groups 1.
with members that are significant pathogens of mammals (for example, see Chapter 9 on lungworms and Chapter 5 on sarcoptic mange), 2. that normally do not have pathogenic tendencies, or are difficult to assess, but.
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Wildlife parasitic diseases represent an important field of investigation as they may have a significant impact on wild animals’ health and fitness, and may also have zoonotic implications.
This study aimed to investigate the occurrence of endoparasites in wild mammals admitted to wildlife hospitals and rehabilitation centres in Greece.
Sixty-five animals belonging to 17 Cited by: 2. Parasitic SECOND EDITION Diseases Of Wild Mammals When the first edition of Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals was published inthe field of wildlife parasitology was, book reviews The new england journal of medicine Parasitic Diseases Fifth edition.
By Dickson D. Despommier, Robert W. Gwadz. nal book. This work is a companion volume to In-fectious Diseases of Wild Birds, which was published in by Blackwell Publishing, and complements Infectious Diseases of Wild Mammals, 3rd edition, edited by Elizabeth S.
Williams and Ian K. Barker, and Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, 2nd edi-tion, edited by William M. Samuel, Margo J.
Pybus. Pathology of Wildlife and Zoo Animals is a comprehensive resource that covers the pathology of wildlife and zoo species, including a wide scope of animals, disease types and geographic regions.
It is the definitive book for students, biologists, scientists, physicians, veterinary clinicians and pathologists working with non-domestic species in.
The aim of this book is to provide a reference text on infectious diseases which affect free – living wild mammals and birds in Europe. This is a broad ﬁeld and currently involves many scientiﬁc disciplines including ecology, biology, wild-life management, epidemiology, animal and human health, molecular biology, evolutionary biology.
Parasitic Diseases of Wild Birds provides thorough coverage of major parasite groups affecting wild bird species. Broken into four sections covering protozoa, helminths, leeches, and arthropod parasites, this volume provides reviews of the history, disease, epizootiology, pathology, and population impacts caused by parasitic disease.
Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, 2nd Edition by William M. Samuel, Margo J. Pybus, A. Alan Kocan February The first edition was highly successful and a Infectious Diseases.
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