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By John Janovy Jr., Gerald W. Esch

Reviews key parts in ecological, clinical and molecular parasitology

  • Features essays from many of the world's leading parasitologists


  • Each subject is determined in context through that includes a key paper from the magazine of Paraistology over the last a hundred years

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W. Kamm is the same individual as M. E. Watson; Minnie Elizabeth Watson married Oliver Kamm and continued to publish taxonomic work, although under her married name. We believe it is 18 A Century of Parasitology important that readers know this information because of the example set by this one person (see the section on Diversity, previously). Literature cited Budington, R. A. 1941. Maynard Mayo Metcalf. Bios 12: 75–78. , J. Janovy, Jr, E. Tracey, A. Barnes, A. Duba, M. Shuman, and J. D. Logan.

Protozoa from other animals in the ceca of parasite-free chicks. Journal of Parasitology 21: 59–60. ________. 1937. Parasite reactions to host modifications. Journal of Parasitology 23: 1–12. Hegner, R. 1940. The contributions of Maynard M. Metcalf to protozoology. Journal of Parasitology 26: 522–524. Hegner, R. , and J. Andrews. 1931. Problems and methods of research in protozoology. The McMillan Company, New York, NY, 532 p. ________, and L. Eskridge. 1935. Effects of a high protein diet on Trichomonas hominis in rats.

It was about 11 o’clock at night, and they were making blood smears at a great rate when the telephone rang. “The President says you must turn out the lights up there. ” Remember that this was in the depths of the depression and that research was not the objective of a teacher’s college. The next morning they finished the pigeons in the sack and began to stain the smears. It was in that lot of smears that the true avian malaria was found. (Pritchard, 1985). When the United States Public Health Service sought Coatney’s model for a federal research program on malaria, he replied that, “ … if the Public Health Service wanted it, they could have it but they would have to take me too” (Coatney, 1985).

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