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This is intended as a textbook for beginners in the study of protozoology, and is based on the course given by the authors in Johns Hopkins University. It is attempted to explain the general biology of protozoa and to give typical life histories of representative species of the groups studied, with more detailed accounts of the species living in man. It is an authoritative, well written, thorough textbook, well illustrated, and it will be of use not only to students but also to public health officers and physicians. The bibliography, the index of authors and the careful index of subjects increase the usefulness of the book.
Human Protozoology. JAMA. 1924;82(21):1718. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650470058044
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