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Haemonchus contortus and Haemonchosis -- past, present and future trends / edited by Robin B. Gasser and Georg Von Samson-Himmelstjerna.

Edition:
First edition.
Publication:
London, [England] : Academic Press, 2016.
Series:
Advances in parasitology ; Volume 93.
Advances in Parasitology, 0065-308X ; Volume 93
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (684 p.)
Subjects:
Sheep -- Diseases -- Treatment.
Haemonchus.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Front Cover; Advances in Parasitology; SERIES EDITOR; Advances in Parasitology: Haemonchus contortus and Haemonchosis - Past, Present and Future Trends; Copyright; Contents; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; One - Evolution and Biogeography of Haemonchus contortus: Linking Faunal Dynamics in Space and Time; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. HAEMONCHUS: HISTORY AND BIODIVERSITY; 3. PHYLOGENY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY: OUT OF AFRICA; 4. DOMESTICATION, GEOGRAPHICAL EXPANSION AND INVASION; 5. HOST RANGE FOR HAEMONCHUS CONTORTUS; 5.1 Host colonization, ecological fitting and sloppy fitness space
5.2 Generalists and specialists: an obsolete nomenclature6. HOST AND GEOGRAPHICAL COLONIZATION IN FAUNAL ASSEMBLY; 7. CLIMATE IMPACTS INTEGRATING HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES; 8. UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY: SOME RECOMMENDATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Two - Genetic Diversity and Population Structure of Haemonchus contortus; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS; 3. GENETIC DIVERSITY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF HAEMONCHUS CONTORTUS IN THE FIELD; 3.1 Many factors influence genetic diversity and population structure of Haemonchus contortus
3.2 Extremely high levels of genetic diversity are seen within Haemonchus contortus populations3.3 Large population size is a major determinant of the high genetic diversity within Haemonchus contortus populations; 3.4 Haemonchus contortus has substantial global population structure; 3.5 Haemonchus contortus has a low but discernable regional population structure within countries; 3.6 Current evidence regarding genetic differentiation between Haemonchus contortus populations from different host species
3.7 Effect of anthelmintic selection on the overall genetic diversity of Haemonchus contortus populations in the field4. CONSEQUENCES OF HAEMONCHUS CONTORTUS POPULATION STRUCTURE FOR THE EMERGENCE AND SPREAD OF ANTHELMINTIC RESISTANCE IN THE FIELD; 4.1 Consequence of high genetic diversity; 4.2 Consequence of low regional population structure within a country; 4.3 Consequence of substantial global population structure; 4.4 Consequence of low population structure between hosts; 5. GENETIC AND PHENOTYPIC VARIATION IN LABORATORY STRAINS
5.1 Genetic variation within and between laboratory strains5.2 Phenotypic variation within and between laboratory strains; 5.2.1 Variation in gene expression and function; 5.2.2 Variation in morphological traits; 5.2.3 Variation in life history traits and pathogenicity; 6. CONCLUDING REMARKS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Three - The Biochemistry of Haemonchus contortus and Other Parasitic Nematodes ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. ECOSYSTEMS OF HAEMONCHUS CONTORTUS LIFE CYCLE STAGES; 3. GENE EXPRESSION IN PARASITIC LIFE CYCLE STAGES; 4. ENERGY METABOLISM IN NEMATODES
4.1 Energy metabolism in larval nematodes
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed June 19, 2016).
Contributor:
Gasser, Robin B., editor.
Samson-Himmelstjerna, Georg Von, editor.
ISBN:
0-12-810396-5
0-12-810395-7
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