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  1. The medical tapestry of the world is full of organisms too small to see, carried by flying and creeping creatures too numerous to eradicate. A while ago, DDT and the antimalarial drug chloroquine seemed sure to make us all safe from such invisible assault. It was not to be. The mosquito has...
  2. 2020-01-01 *Available as Download Only This book is a collection of chapters around the theme of parasitology and zoonosis in bot war and peace and the impact of these fields on public health. Individual experts have contributed reviews, novel research, and case series within the field to make a broad and...
  3. 2021-01-01 *Available for Download Only In this book is reported novel information on diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasites that are naturally transmitted from animal reservoirs to humans. Subjects: Public Health and Healthcare: Prevention; Medicine and Pharmacology: Therapy. MDPI Book Link...
  4. This book includes a discussion of bio-control agents, a gallery of bugs, and products that can be used as part of a bio-control plan.
  5. Access Agriculture Training Video In this video, we will learn from farmers in Southern India how internal worms spread to goats and sheep. We will also see how to prevent and cure the animals with a few simple methods. Available languages Arabic Bambara Bangla Burmese Chichewa / Nyanja English...
  6. Bilharzia is a worm or parasite that gets into your body, grows big, and makes you sick. This booklet discusses how blood flukes spread and how the parasite travels in a body. No page numbers, illustrated
  7. Abstract, Plos One, 2019 From 1 January 2018 came into force Regulation (EU) 2015/2238 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2015, introducing the concept of “novel foods”, including insects and their parts. One of the most commonly used species of insects are: mealworms...
  8. This research paper is about the importance on Hydnocarpus derivatives on nematodes and eubacteria. 57 pages, illustrations
  9. 1978-01-01 The objective of this book is to provide information about the life cycles and biology of many common parasites of domestic animals in the United States, and to aid veterinarians, biologist, students, and laboratory technicians in diagnosing them.1/1/1978
  10. 2006-01-01 Why do our farm animals get sick and how can we keep them healthy?" This is a question veterinarians and other specialists who work with small farmers hear frequently. Most of these farmers work very hard, giving time, effort, and loving care to their animals in the hope that their farm will be...