Electronic atlas of parasitology CD-ROM, by John T.Sullivan, Mc-Graw-Hill, a division of McGraw-Hill Companies, Dubuque, Iowa. 2000. ISBN 0-07-238-6314.

It won't be long until every textbook about biology comes equipped with a CD-ROM. Plug and play. The ability to store enormous amounts of information, especially in the form of color pictures and graphics, make CDs useful tools. Dr. Sullivan's efforts in putting together the Electronic Atlas are rewarded in the optional packaging of his CD with Foundations of Parasitology, Sixth Edition (by Roberts and Janovy). The CD also is available as a stand-alone, and in either setting, can be put to good use by students and professors of parasitology.

There are 8 “chapters” of photographs on this CD: blood and tissue flagellates, lumen-dwelling flagellates, amoebae and ciliates, sporeforming protozoa, blood sporozoans, trematodes, cestodes, and nematodes/acanthocephalans. Arthropods, except those that are vectors of protozoan and helminth...

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