By W.E. Gutteridge
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The stages in the life cycle of parasitic protozoa that are of prime importance to man are those which live in the vertebrate hosts. Thus, it is on these stages that most work has been done. However, the ever present problem of the availability of material (chapter 3) has restricted investigations to the few developmental stages readily available in quantity; other stages have been largely ignored. In this chapter we shall consider energy stores, utilisation of substrates, transport of substrates into the cell, end products, intermediary metabolism, mechanisms of energy production, maintenance of the redox state of the cells and correlation of metabolism with cell ultrastructure.
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Biochemistry of Parasitic Protozoa by W.E. Gutteridge