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The problems of gastrointestinal nematode parasitism associated with pasture grazing by cattle, sheep and pigs are reviewed with particular reference to the situation in Spain. Methods for prevention and control are summarized.

Author(s)
Cordero del Campillo, M.
Citation
Avances en Alimentación y Mejora Animal, 1980, 21, 11, pp 485-491
Abstract

In Andulacia, Spain, 29 heifers, naturally infected with gastrointestinal nematodes, were given morantel tartrate in the form of a bolus which gave a sustained release of drug for 90 days. 30 other parasitized heifers were untreated. Pasture contamination over 90 (dry) days was not significantly...

Author(s)
Martínez Gómez, F.; Hernandez, S.; Lokwood, P.; Navarrete, I.; Gutierrez Palomino, P.; Becerra, C.; Jones, R. M.
Citation
Revista Ibérica de Parasitologia, 1983, 43, 4, pp 387-399
Abstract

In Zaragoza, Spain, one of 12 plots 4 m2 was sown with sheep faeces containing 106 trichostrongylid ova each month from July 1980 to June 1981 and the number of larvae or ova/g faeces and /kg herbage dry weight determined at the end of every month from July 1980 to June 1982. Ostertagia and ...

Author(s)
Uriarte, J.; Tanco, J. A.; Guillen, A.; Marco, M. del M.
Citation
Anales del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias, Ganadera, 1984, No.20, pp 11-23
Abstract

In this collection of papers, the parasitic diseases of pastured livestock (largely sheep) in the various regions of Spain are examined with particular reference to the differing climatic and edaphic factors. There is a large amount of data expressed as tables, figures and lists of parasites and...

Publisher
Madrid, Spain
Citation
Comunicaciones INIA, Higiene y Sanidad Animal, 1985, no.11, pp 121pp.
Abstract

This useful review gives details of the climate, livestock (cattle, sheep, goats), rearing methods and nematode, digenean, cestode and protozoan (Babesia, Theileria) infections in this part of Spain. Data on the most economically important parasites are tabulated. The special circumstances under...

Author(s)
Simon Vicente, F.; Ramajo Martin, V.
Citation
Comunicaciones INIA, Higiene y Sanidad Animal, 1985, No.11, pp 39-59
Abstract

In this review details are given of the climate, livestock (cattle, sheep, goats) and chief parasites of livestock (mainly sheep) in this part of Spain. The protozoan, trematode, cestode and nematode parasites from Huesca are listed and their prevalence discussed.

Author(s)
Tarazona Vilas, J. M.
Citation
Comunicaciones INIA, Higiene y Sanidad Animal, 1985, No.11, pp 83-89
Abstract

In this brief review details are given of the climate, livestock, pasture types and lists of parasites of cattle, sheep and goats in this part of Spain. In cattle, gastrointestinal nematodes, piroplasms, lungworms and hypodermids are the main parasites; in sheep, gastrointestinal nematodes,...

Author(s)
Martínez Gómez, F.
Citation
Comunicaciones INIA, Higiene y Sanidad Animal, 1985, No.11, pp 93-105
Abstract

Details are given of the climate, husbandry, livestock and chief parasites of sheep and cattle in this part of Spain. The epizootiology of the parasitoses is discussed.

Author(s)
Carmona Carmona, E.
Citation
Comunicaciones INIA, Higiene y Sanidad Animal, 1985, No.11, pp 109-121
Abstract

E. elaphi n.sp. found in the hepatic vessels of an adult C. elaphus at Sierra Moreno, Córdoba, Spain, is characterized by the presence of an area rugosa and by the number and arrangement of the genital papillae in the male. The new species differs in the details of the area rugosa and genital...

Author(s)
Hernandez-Rodriguez, S.; Martinez-Gomez, F.; Gutierrez-Palomino, P.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1986, 61, 4, pp 457-463
Abstract

A 5-month-old calf was fed 30 000 infective larvae of Ostertagia sp. and 30 000 infective larvae of Trichostrongylus sp. After 19 days it was shedding 400 epg daily, but had no clinical symptoms, and had the same rate of weight gain over 60 days as a non-infected calf of the same age. In another...

Author(s)
Ramajo Martín, V.; Sevillano Pierna, E.
Citation
Anuario, Centro de Edafología y Biología Aplicada del CSIC, 1986, 11, pp 351-361

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