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Parasites have developed a number of advanced and interesting methods of interacting with their hosts. the topic draws the curiosity of diverse biologists from the point of view of ecology and behavioral biology, in addition to from these focused on extra utilized elements of parasitology. despite the fact that, formerly there was no contemporary ebook to synthesize this box. This publication, written through major gurus from america, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, offers the main complete insurance of this crucial subject out there.
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