1921
Volume 27, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

The fourth and last of the series , this volume consists of 10 chapters as follows: of Domestic Animals by D. F. Mahoney; in Man and Wild and Laboratory-adapted Animals by M. Ristic and G. E. Lewis, Jr.; by S. F. Barnett; Myxosporida by L. G. Mitchell; Microsporida by E. U. Canning; and by D. Weinman and J. P. Kreier; Bovine Anaplasmosis by M. Ristic; and by R. Gothe and J. P. Kreier; Ehrlichiae by R. D. Smith and M. Ristic; and by T. M. Seed and M. Aikawa.

In his preface the editor admits that the use of multiple authors results in unevenness in the treatment of each subject due to the variability in the authors' styles and attitudes. Logically, the preface should contain an explanation for the inclusion of groups which are not protozoa, i.e., rickettsiae and bacteria; more than one-third of Volume IV is devoted to these organisms.

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