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A newly revised classification of the protozoa.
TLDR
The present scheme is a considerable revision of the Society's 1964 classification, and it is hoped that the present classification incorporates most of the major changes that will be made for some time, and that it will be used for many years by both protozoologist and non-protozoologists. Expand
Nematode parasites of domestic animals and of man
TLDR
Nematode parasites of domestic animals and of man now! by reading this book as soon as possible will lead you to always think more and more and this book will be always right for you. Expand
Revision and checklist of the species (other than lecudina) of the aseptate gregarine family Lecudinidae.
  • N. D. Levine
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of protozoology
  • 1 February 1977
TLDR
A checklist is given of the 89 named species of the gregarine family Lecudininae, exclusive of the 42 named species and the synonyms, lapsi calami, nomina nuda, etc., associated with the genera. Expand
Taxonomy of the Archigregarinorida and Selenidiidae (Protozoa, Apicomplexa)*
TLDR
The family Selenidiidae is transferred to the order Eugregarinorida in a new superfamily, Lecudinicae, and redefined to exclude the presence of merogony. Expand
Coccidiosis
  • N. D. Levine
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Veterinary Advisor
  • 10 December 2012
TLDR
The long held belief by some livestock breeders that chickens can infect goats with Coccidia is not true because Coccidiosis in one species of animal cannot infect animals of another species. Expand
The coccidian parasites (Protozoa, Sporozoa) of rodents
"A contribution from the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Illinois, issued September, 1965."
NATURAL NIDALITY OF TRANSMISSIBLE DISEASES
TLDR
This book is the first attempt by the author to distill his long years of investigation and theoretical development and to publish a definitive exposition of his ideas which were first announced in 1939 and a very excellent translation provides the opportunity to activate an area of scientific communication which has hitherto been severely restricted by the barrier of language. Expand
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