This is an excellent book. It is an indispensable resource for those working with rabbits in any area of the biological sciences. It also can serve as an excellent basic text that covers important aspects of the biology of the Apicomplexa known as coccidia. Donald W. Duszynski and Lee Couch from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, have produced an excellent reference source for those interested in the details of coccidial biology and this group of parasites in this important host. The book is dedicated to their long-time collaborator Dr. Steve J. Upton, and this book is a continuation of their life-long efforts to describe, catalogue, and understand the biology of coccidia in all vertebrate species.

This book has an introduction that discusses a wide variety of topics, from the importance of rabbits as pets and laboratory animals to modern concepts of DNA...

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