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Parasitic Protozoa

Omar O. Barriga barriga.2 at osu.edu
Wed Apr 16 23:38:06 EST 1997

In article <199704161100.HAA02791 at cpap.embrapa.br> alrida at cpap.embrapa.br ("Alberto M. R. Davila") writes:
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>From: alrida at cpap.embrapa.br ("Alberto M. R. Davila")
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>Subject: Parasitic Protozoa
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>Could any member tell me if the book Parasitic Protozoa is yet 
>available ?

>Are there several editions by different authors ?

>Thanks in advance,

>Alberto M. R. Davila

If you are talking about the multivolume book edited by Julius P. Keier 
in the late 1970 or early 1980, there is a new edition edited by Kreier and
Baker starting in 1994. They have put out some 8 volumes already and a few 
more should be coming soon.
By the way, the old book was very good but the new one is even better.
How are things in Brazil?


			Omar O. Barriga

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