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Transmission of the strongylid nematodes of domestic ruminants involves the interaction of a number of factors. First are those factors in the initial host, which influence the biological processes of the parasite involved in the production of infective stages. Secondly, since transmission involves ...

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Gibbs, H. C.
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Canadian Journal of Zoology, 1973, 51, No.2, pp 281-289
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Armour, J.; Jennings, F. W.; Murray, M.; Selman, I.; Gibson, T. E.
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Helminth diseases of cattle, sheep and horses in Europe,, 1974, pp 11-22
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The economic loss attributable to gastro-intestinal nematode infection of cattle is discussed in relation to traditional systems of agriculture, to new methods of husbandry, and to constraints on the freedom of management that helminthiases impose. Features of the epizootiology of helminth...

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Michel, J. F.
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ADAS Quarterly Review, 1976, No. 20, pp 162-177
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This short review brings up to date a longer one on the same subject published in Advances in Parasitology volume 7. It begins with a discussion of the value of studies of larval ecology and their application to disease control and then reviews the regulation of parasite populations, immunological...

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Michel, J. F.
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Advances in Parasitology, 1976, 14, pp 355-397
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Ostertagia ostertagi infection of cattle is briefly reviewed under the headings; life-cycle; immunity; pathophysiology; treatment and control. Reference is made to case histories of cattle with ostertagiasis studied in Texas, USA. 23 references are cited.

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Bayly, W. M.
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Southwestern Veterinarian, 1977, 30, 2, pp 171-175
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Inhibited larval development in gastro-intestinal strongyles of ruminants is reviewed with reference mainly to aetiological mechanisms and to the epizootiological significance of the phenomenon. 36 references are cited.

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Cabaret, J.
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Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l'Ecole d'Alfort, 1977, 153, 6, pp 419-427
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Seven papers discuss the present position, with special reference to the Netherlands, as follows:- Lungworm disease in cattle, by J. Hendriks (pp. 1416-1419); Lungworms in sheep, by H.J.W.M. Cremers (1420-1424); Clinical aspects of bovine trichostrongylosis, by J. Jansen, D. Swierstra and M.H....

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Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1977, 102, 24, pp 1415-1455
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This is a review of current information on the parasite, the clinical disease and its diagnosis, and the practical epidemiological factors involved. A table lists these factors and outlines their practical effects. It suggests preventive and control measures based on appropriate grazing management...

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Veterinary Record, 1977, 101, 1, pp 11-13
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For the original English version of this paper see Hm/A 46, 5599.

Author(s)
Martin, B.
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Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, Buenos Aires, 1978, 59, 3, pp 1978
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Fluctuations in the contamination of herbage with trichostrongylid larvae are determined by a number of factors, the most important being climate and management. Practical measures to prevent calves from ingesting large numbers of larvae are based on detailed knowledge of the herbage contamination...

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Nansen, P.; Joergensen, R. J.; Hansen, J. W.; Sejrsen, K.
Citation
Veterinary Science Communications, 1978, 2, 3, pp 193-205

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