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P.M. examination of the thoracic and peritoneal cavities of 10, 000 sheep, 409 goats, 5, 012 cattle, and 250 buffaloes at an abattoir and 44 horses at the veterinary school in Ankara revealed Setaria equina in 20 horses (45%), and Setaria (Anionema) labiato-papillosa in 5 buffaloes (2%) and 58 ...

Author(s)
GüRalp, N.; Dogru, C.
Citation
Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. Ankara University, 1968, 15, pp 29-40
Abstract

This review of the literature reports that the most important pathogenic protozoa in Turkey are Babesia caballi and B. equi in horses, B. bigemina, B. bovis, Theileria annulata, Eimeria bovis and E. zuernii in cattle and calves, and B. ovis and different Eimeria species in sheep and goats....

Author(s)
Güralp, N.
Citation
Veterİner Fakültesİ Dergİsİ Ankara Ünİversİtesİ, 1984, 31, 3, pp 544-555
Abstract

The 29 infected yearling bulls were divided into 4 groups. Groups 1 and 2 (8 bulls each) and group 3 (7 bulls) were treated with Ivomec [ivermectin] s.c. at 50, 100 and 200 µg/kg, respectively; group 4 (6 bulls) was a control. One week after treatment the faecal samples of all animals were examined ...

Author(s)
Tiğin, Y.; Toparlak, M.; Coscedilla˜kun, Scedilla˜.
Citation
Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, Ankara Üniversitesi, 1987, 34, 1, pp 119-125
Abstract

Capillaria bovis is described and illustrated from the small intestines and abomasum of cattle examined 5 Oct. 1988.

Author(s)
Celep, A.; Gürsoy, S.
Citation
Etlik Veteriner Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi, 1989, 6, 5, pp 91-94
Abstract

Ostertagia lyrata is described and illustrated from the abomasum of cattle examined 6 Oct. 1988.

Author(s)
Celep, A.; Gürsoy, S.
Citation
Etlik Veteriner Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi, 1989, 6, 5, pp 95-97
Abstract

In the period August-November, 1988, Thelazia rhodesii was found in the eyes of 21 (5.5%) of 380 slaughter cattle (1.5-8 years of age) but not in the 9 buffaloes examined at Van abattoir in eastern Turkey. Usually only one eye was infected, with 1-4 worms, and most infected animals were ≥4 years of ...

Author(s)
Tașçi, S.; Toparlak, M.; Yilmaz, H.
Citation
Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, Üniversitesi Ankara, 1989, 36, 2, pp 352-357
Abstract

Between April and June, 1988, faecal samples were examined from 379 cattle, one day to one year in age, from 16 locations near Lake Van in eastern Turkey. Toxocara vitulorum eggs were found in 61 (16%) of the cattle, all from private farms and all between 20 days and 5 months in age. The 73 animals ...

Author(s)
Toparlak, M.; Değer, S.; Yılmaz, H.
Citation
Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, Üniversitesi Ankara, 1989, 36, 2, pp 404-412
Abstract

Helminths were counted and identified in 6 cattle slaughtered each month over a 2-year period (September 1988 to August 1990) at 3 abattoirs in northern Turkey (a total of 142 cattle). The species found (and their prevalence) were: Dicrocoelium dendriticum (74.6%), Calicophoron daubneyi (39.4%), ...

Author(s)
Celep, A.; Açıcı, M.; Çetindağ, M.; Coșkun, Ș. Z.; Gürsoy, S.
Citation
Etlik Veteriner Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi, 1990, 6, 6, pp 117-130
Abstract

A survey of bovine thelaziasis was conducted at Kucukcekmece slaughter house, Turkey, in 1990-91. Two species of eye worms, Thelazia gulosa and Thelazia skrjabini, were recovered. Of 300 cattle examined, 10 (3.33%) were found to be infected with Thelazia species. Two of the animals were parasitized ...

Author(s)
Metenawy, M. T.; Vurusaner, C.
Citation
Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 1992, 12, 1, pp 48-49
Abstract

The prevalence of Toxocara vitulorum in cattle around Bursa, Turkey, was surveyed by faecal examination for eggs. The average infection prevalence among 11 towns was 5.1% in calves younger than 6-months-old, and 2.2% in all ages of animals. T. vitulorum was found to be particularly prevalent in 2...

Author(s)
Akyol, C. V.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1993, 67, 1, pp 73-77

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