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Published by Dept. of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John"s, Nfld .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Parasites.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesHaematozoa.
Statementby Gordon F. Bennett, Madonna Whiteway, and Carla Woodworth-Lynas.
SeriesOccasional papers in biology -- no. 5.
ContributionsWhiteway, Madonna., Woodworth-Lynas, Carla.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 243 p. ;
Number of Pages243
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14231810M

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1. Introduction. Blood parasites of the order Haemosporida are cosmopolitan in birds, with the greatest diversity reported from countries with warm climates (Atkinson et al., , Clark et al., ).Several haemosporidian species can cause severe disease in domestic chicken, ducks, geese, turkeys, pigeons and domesticated ostriches (Valkiūnas, ).Cited by: 7.   Bishop, M. A. & Bennett, G. F. () Host-parasite catalogue of the avian haematozoa, Supplement 1 and Bioliography of the avian blood-inhabiting Protozoa, Supplement 2. Memorial University of Newfoundland Occasional Papers in Biology, No. 15, pp. Google ScholarCited by: avian malaria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B – BENNETT, G. F., M. WHITEWAY, AND C. WOOD-WORTH-LYNAS. A host–parasite catalogue of the avian haematozoa. Memorial University of BOOK REVIEW Host-parasite evolution is a comprehensive review that bridges the gap between evolutionary biologists and parasitologists. Some chapters deal with conceptual issues, such as demography or sexual selection; others present nuts-and-bolts information about parasites themselves and methods used to study them.5/5(2).

  Bennett, G.F., Whiteway, M. & Woodworth-Lynas, C. () A host-parasite catalogue of the avian haematozoa: Memorial University of Newfoundland Occasional Papers in Biology, No. 5, ix + pp. Edwards E.P. () A coded workbook of birds of the by: 1. Avian hemosporidian parasites from Northern California Oak Woodland and chaparral habitats. A host-parasite catalogue of the avian. parasite catalogue of the avian haematozoa. ATT RESOURCES TO AID IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF AVIAN HEMATOZOA REFERENCE BOOK: Bennett. G.F., et al.: A Host-Parasite Catalogue of the Avian Haematozoa. Department of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, CANADA A1B 3X9. COLOR FICHE: Available through the WILDLIFE DISEASE ASSOCIATION (P.O. Box. Haematozoan Parasites and Migratory Behaviour in Waterfowl M.A. and Bennett, G.F. () Host±Parasite Catalogue of the Avian Haematozoa. Sup- () Distribution and host±parasite .

  Bennett, GF, Earlé, RA and Du Toit, H () A host-parasite catalogue of the haematozoa of the sub-Saharan birds. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Resea 1 – Bensch, S, et al. () Host specificity in avian blood parasites: a study of Plasmodium and Haemoproteus mitochondrial DNA amplified from by: 1. The avian hemosporidia are closely related to the malarial parasites of humans, but are not capable of infecting people. Supplementary Reading. Atkinson, C.T., , Vectors, epizootiology, and pathogenicity of avian species of Haemoproteus: Bulletin of the Society for Vector Ecology, vol, p. –   Parasites are important drivers of ecological and evolutionary processes in their hosts. Many studies rely on detection and quantification of parasitemia to test theories concerning sexual selection [], reproductive success, immune response [2, 3] and host-parasite co-evolution [].The avian malaria parasite (Plasmodium spp.) and other haemosporidians (Haemoproteus and Leucocytozoon Cited by: Bishop, M. A. & Bennett, G.F. () Host–parasite catalogue of the avian haematozoa (Supplement 1) and bibliography of the avian blood–inhabiting haematozoa (Supplement 2). Occasional Papers in Biology, No. 15, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.