By John Janovy Jr., Gerald W. Esch
Reviews key parts in ecological, scientific and molecular parasitology
- Features essays from many of the world's leading parasitologists
- Each subject is decided in context via that includes a key paper from the magazine of Paraistology during the last a hundred years
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Extra resources for A century of parasitology: discoveries, ideas, and lessons learned by scientists who published in the Journal of Parasitology, 1914-2014
This quality implies that that any system that lacks feasibility cannot be studied. The truth is that it can be studied, but usually only indirectly and at great effort and expense. William Trager (Fig. 3) used to say, “You can’t study something you can’t grow” (Oransky, 2005). More than any other parasite protozoologist in the last century, Trager could induce parasitic protists to grow in culture, making suitable systems feasible for parasitologists worldwide. Trager was born in 1910, in Newark, New Jersey.
The development of the malaria parasite Plasmodium lophurae in red blood cell suspensions. Journal of Parasitology 33: 345–350. ________. 1970. Recent progress in some aspects of the physiology of parasitic protozoa. Journal of Parasitology 56: 627–633. ________. 1975. On the cultivation of Trypanosoma vivax: a tale of two visits in Nigeria. Journal of Parasitology 61: 2–11. ________. 1976. Prolonged cultivation of malarial parasites (Plasmodium coatneyi and P. falciparum. In Biochemistry of parasites and host-parasite relationships, H.
J. Percival, and J. Janovy, Jr 1991. Gregarina niphandrodes n. sp. ) with oocyst descriptions of other gregarine parasites of the yellow mealworm. Journal of Protozoology 38: 72–479. ________, and J. Janovy, Jr 1993. Developmental niche structure in the gregarine assemblage parasitizing Tenebrio molitor. Journal of Parasitology 79: 701–709. ________, ________, and T. J. Percival. 1992. Host stadium speciﬁcity in the gregarine assemblage parasitizing Tenebrio molitor. Journal of Parasitology 78: 334–337.