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Introductory remarks for symposium on the physiology of parasites; American Society of Parasitologists, New York, N.Y


, : Introductory remarks for symposium on the physiology of parasites; American Society of Parasitologists, New York, N.Y. Journal of Parasitology 36(3): 175-177

Wright gives a brief historical account of research on the physiology of parasites, and emphasizes that more knowledge of this subject is required as a basis for studies on the chemotherapy, immunology and pathology of diseases caused by parasites.


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