lunes, 1 de diciembre de 2008

Parásitos de la Malaria Aviar y Otras Haemosporidias

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Avian Malaria Parasites and Other Haemosporidia
Autor: Gediminas Valkiunas
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 947
Materia: Veterinaria, Parasitología
Año: 2005
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 0415300975

CONTENIDO:

GENERAL SECTION

  • Brief historical summary
  • Life cycle and morphology
  • . Life cycle and morphology of Haemoproteidae species
  • . Life cycle and morphology of Plasmodiidae species
  • . Life cycle and morphology of Garniidae species
  • . Life cycle and morphology of Leucocytozoidae species
  • A brief outline of the ultrastructure
  • . Sporozoites and merozoites. The peculiarities of their penetration into the host cells
  • . Trophozoites and meronts
  • . Gametocytes, gametogenesis, and gametes
  • . Fertilization, zygote, and initial stages of ookinete development
  • . Ookinete
  • . Oocyst and sporogony
  • Specificity and general principles of species identification
  • . Specificity and general principles of the identification of Haemoproteidae species
  • . Specificity and general principles of the identification of Plasmodiidae and Garniidae species
  • . Specificity and general principles of the identification of Leucocytozoidae species
  • Pathogenicity
  • . Comparative pathology
  • . General characteristics of haemosporidioses of domestic birds
  • . The impact of haemosporidians on wild birds
  • . Influence of haemosporidians on vectors
  • . Final notes on pathogenicity
  • Distribution
  • . Geographical distribution
  • . Distribution by hosts
  • . Distribution by vectors
  • Certain peculiarities of the ecological study of bird parasites
  • . The influence of migratory behaviour of birds on infection prevalence at a study site
  • . Sampling bias in netting, trapping, and shooting of birds
  • . The problem of parasite species identification
  • . The difficulty of estimating the true prevalence of infection by blood film surveys
  • The role of seasonal migrations in the distribution of bird haemosporidians
  • Seasonal peculiarities of bird infection
  • Age peculiarities of bird infection
  • Biotic factors influencing the probability of bird infection
  • Haemosporidians as biological tags in bird population studies
  • Haemosporidians as objects for analysis in the evolutionary and population biology of birds
  • Relapses
  • Peculiarities of immunity
  • Prevention and treatment
  • Taxonomy and classification
  • Origin and phylogeny
  • Practical importance
  • Methods of collection and investigation
  • . Obtaining of blood from birds and preparation of blood smears
  • . Staining of blood smears and their examination
  • . Preparations of gametes, zygotes, and ookinetes
  • . Preparation of impression smears of birds’ organs and tissues
  • . Preparation of histological sections of birds’ organs and tissues
  • . Infection of birds by subinoculation of infected blood and by sporozoites
  • . Collection of blood-sucking dipteran insects and their experimental infection
  • . Laboratory keeping of blood-sucking dipteran insects caught in nature
  • . Dissection of blood-sucking dipteran insects and making preparations of ookinetes, oocysts, and sporozoites
  • Methods of species identification and recommendations for their description
  • . Main diagnostic characters used for species identification
  • . Haemoproteidae
  • . Plasmodiidae
  • . Garniidae
  • . Leucocytozoidae
  • Methods of species identification
  • Main diagnostic characters used for species description
SYSTEMATIC SECTION
  • General remarks
  • Systematic index of species
  • Order Haemosporida
  • . Family Haemoproteidae
  • Genus Haemoproteus
  • . Subgenus Parahaemoproteus
  • . Subgenus Haemoproteus
  • Family Plasmodiidae
  • Genus Plasmodium
  • . Subgenus Haemamoeba
  • . Subgenus Giovannolaia
  • . Subgenus Novyella
  • . Subgenus Bennettinia
  • . Subgenus Huffia
  • Family Garniidae
  • Genus Fallisia
  • . Subgenus Plasmodioides
  • Family Leucocytozoidae
  • Genus Leucocytozoon
  • . Subgenus Leucocytozoon
  • . Subgenus Akiba


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