By John Janovy Jr., Gerald W. Esch
Reviews key parts in ecological, clinical and molecular parasitology
- Features essays from the various world's leading parasitologists
- Each subject is decided in context by way of that includes a key paper from the magazine of Paraistology during the last a hundred years
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Genetic analysis has convincingly demonstrated that Protista is more a “lumber room of forms” than a monophyletic group. The question really seems to be: How many kingdom-level monophyletic groups are currently jumbled into the lumber room of Protista? I do not think we have enough homologous data across a large enough taxon sample to answer even this simple question with any conﬁdence or predictability, although estimates range from a dozen to more than 30. I can usually default to Apicomplexa or even Alveolata for my own work, but, for our purposes, working deﬁnitions are in order.
_______. 1922. The effects of changes in diet on the incidence, distribution and numbers of certain intestinal protozoa of frog and toad. Journal of Parasitology 9: 51–67. ________. 1929. Experimental studies of bird malaria. The Quarterly Review of Biology 4: 59–82. ________. 1932. Observations and experiments on the opalinid ciliates of the green frog. Journal of Parasitology 18: 274–277. ________. 1933a. Starch diets and infections with Endamoeba histolytica in chicks. Journal of Parasitology 20: 57–58.
Nebraska (Courtesy of John Janovy, Jr) which provide contextual meaning and broader scope of thought and applicability. John Janovy, Jr was born in Houma, Louisiana, in 1937. Sc. in Math at the University of Oklahoma in 1959. Sc. D. Zoology at the University of Oklahoma in 1962, and 1965, respectively. Sc. work on monsterism in the ciliate, Dileptus anser, was directed by Harley Brown (Janovy, 1962, 1963). His doctoral work on avian malaria in the Cheyenne Bottoms of Kansas was guided by J. Teague Self (Janovy, 1964, 1966a, 1966b) and his post-doctoral work at Rutgers on Leishmania donovani physiology was directed by Leslie Stauber.
A century of parasitology: discoveries, ideas, and lessons learned by scientists who published in the Journal of Parasitology, 1914-2014 by John Janovy Jr., Gerald W. Esch