This book offers an accessible and up-to-date reference on primate zoonoses. Recent years have witnessed a rise in human diseases zoonotically transferred from animals, with wild primates implicated in the spread of numerous newly emerging infections. The authors go beyond simply providing an inventory of diseases, helping readers to understand how and why they are transmitted. Important consideration is given to the contemporary cultural and ecological factors involved.
Loretta A. Cormier (University of Alabama at Birmingham USA)
, Pauline E. Jolly
Country of Publication:
30 June 2020
Further / Higher Education
Preface 1. The Ecological Context 2. Viruses 3. Protozoa 4. Bacteria 5. Helminths 6. Concluding Remarks References
Loretta A. Cormier is a Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alabama, USA. Pauline E. Jolly is a Professor in the Department of Epidemiology (School of Public Health) at the University of Alabama, USA.