A guide to indentifying individual protozoa. · Provides information on protozoan communities found in different environments by means of a wealth of color photomicrographs supported by original and detailed line drawings and concise text. · Serves as a resource for professional practitioners, researchers, and instructors, by graduate, undergraduate, and secondary level students in a wide range of disciplines, for its clarity in providing a logical system for learning and recognition, the first step toward understanding and using the protozoan community as a biological indicator of environmental change, pollution, and contamination. Co-published with Manson Publishing.
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This color guide makes the identification of individual protozoa easily accessible to students and professionals and provides information on protozoan communities found in different environments by means of a wealth of color photomicrographs supported by original and detailed line drawings and concise text. Contains over 230 color photos and 500 detailed line drawings.From the Back Cover:
This exquisitely illustrated book is the definitive guide to the identification of protozoa. As well as over 230 high-quality colour photographs, it contains 500 detailed line drawings, showing essential features and making speedy and positive identification possible. The succinct and authoritative text is supported by extensive references. Communities of protozoa are dealt with in a separate section, which covers a range of environments and contains information on the significance of these communities as indicators of contamination and pollution. As well as being an essential teaching aid, Free-Living Freshwater Protozoa is a valuable guide for professional biologists involved with water, sewage treatment, rivers, soils and environmental management. it is also an important reference source for food science laboratories and public health and regulatory bodies. Free-Living Freshwater Protozoa includes:
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Descripción Amer Society for Microbiology, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX1555812759