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Code: 196551
ECTS: 6.0
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Albert Marinculić
Lecturers: prof. dr. sc. Albert Marinculić - Seminar

izv. prof. dr. sc. Franjo Martinković - Practicum
Take exam: Studomat

1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 15
Practicum 30
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
1. understand main principles of parasitism
2. be aknowledged with parasitological ternminology
3. be aknowledged with basic morphology of different orders of important endoparasites and ectoparasites
4. be aknowledged with the biology of most important human parasites
5. understand the importance of parasites that are transmitted from animals to humans
6. be aknowledged with methods of isolation of parasites from live and dead animals
7. be aknowledged with methods of parasite storage
8. be aknowledged with the principles of parasite determination

1. Introduction to parasitology
2. Apicomplexan
3. Leishmaniasis
4. Blood protozoa
5. Toxoplasmosis
6. Intestinal flagellates
7. Cryptosporidiosis
8. Amoebiasis
9. Introduction to nematodes
10. Geohelminths
11. Hookworms
12. Important mites
13. Important insects
14. Vectors
15. Diagnostics of diseases caused by parasites

1. Cyst forming coccidia
2. Vector borne protozoans
3. Flagellates
4. Trematodes
5. Tapeworms
6. Coproscopy
7. Isolation of parasitic larvae
8. Recognizing parasites in blood smears
9. Necropsy and parasite collection
10. Diagnostics of trichinellosis
11. Ticks
12. Mange mites
13. Biting and sucking lice
14. Fleas
15. Myasis

1. Trypanososmis: sleeping sickness still actual in Africa
2. Leishmaniasis: disease of luxurious sea resorts
3. Trichomonas: the most common sexually transmitted parasite
4. Giardiasis: a new fashion of the disease
5. Cryptosporidium: possible bioterroristic agent
6. Toxoplasmosis: the fear of pregnant women
7. Echinococcus granulosus: Croatia is still a focus
8. Hemonchus and Ancylostoma: blood suckers in the world of parasites
9. Mites: tiny but dangerous
10. Why are ticks dangerous?
11. Fleas as vectors
12. Flies: pests with wings
13. Natural resistance against parasites
14. DNA barcoding and typing of parasites
15. Why there is a lack of vaccines against parasites?
  1. Clinical Parasitology: A. zajac, G. Conboy, 2012
    Essentials of Veterinary Parasitology: H.M. Eisheikha, N.A. Khan, 2011
  2. Laboratory Procedures, C. M. Hendrix,2002
    Diagnostic Veterinary Parasitology, C.M. Hendrix, 1998
1. semester
Izborni predmeti - Regular module - Zoology
Consultations schedule: