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Abstract

This paper is of interest inasmuch as the methods that have been employed for the eradication of the gross animal parasites in the United States are briefly reviewed and the possibilities of further success based on our present knowledge of the life histories of the parasites are discussed. The...

Author(s)
RANSOM, B. H.
Publisher
Government Printing Office., Washington, USA
Citation
Paper presented before the Second Pan American Scientific Congress, Washington, U.S. A. Dec. 27, 1915-Jan. 8, 1916., 1917, pp 10 pp.
Abstract

A final section of this review deals briefly with grazing management in the control of internal parasites (trichostrongylids of sheep and cattle), including anthelmintic treatment.

Author(s)
Ewer, T. K.
Publisher
Scientechnica (John Wright & Sons)., Bristol, UK
Citation
The veterinary annual. Nineteenth issue., 1979, pp 1-12
Abstract

Soluble antigens were prepared from adult Dictyocaulus viviparus and from parasitic larval stages. Circulating antibody titres against these antigens were determined by ELISA during experimental and field challenge studies. Stage-specific responses were found in vaccinated and non-vaccinated calves ...

Author(s)
Bos, H. J.; Beekman, J.
Publisher
S. Karger, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Developments in Biological Standardization, 1985, 62, pp 45-52
Abstract

Field experience of a bovine lungworm vaccine, acquired over the past 25 years, is discussed with regard to the use of other putative parasitic vaccines. It is concluded that the parameters were generally similar to those for non-parasitic vaccines although the fact that the lungworm vaccine does...

Author(s)
Urquhart, G. M.
Publisher
S. Karger, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Developments in Biological Standardization, 1985, 62, pp 109-112
Abstract

The broad spectrum anthelmintics used against nematodes of sheep, cattle and horses (benzimidazoles, levamisole, morantel, ivermectin, organophosphates and substituted salicylanilides and phenols) are discussed. Routes of administration are briefly considered.

Author(s)
Arundel, J. H.
Publisher
New South Wales, Australia: CSIRO, Division of Animal Healthn Wool Corporation, Australia
Citation
Resistance in nematodes to anthelmintic drugs, 1985, pp 45-55
Abstract

This chapter briefly expands and comments upon previous reviews and discusses pertinent ecological and epizootiological facets of the major simuliid-transmitted diseases of livestock and poultry. Preventive and control measures and suggested areas requiring research are also mentioned where...

Author(s)
Cupp, E. W.
Publisher
Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, Pennsylvania, USA
Citation
Black flies. Ecology, population management, and annotated world list., 1987, pp 387-395
Abstract

This review covers the immunity, pathology, immunopathology and immunoprophylaxis of lungworms of cattle (Dictyocaulus viviparus), sheep (D. filaria and others) and pigs (Metastrongylus).

Author(s)
Armour, J.
Publisher
CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, USA
Citation
Immune responses in parasitic infections: immunology, immunopathology, and immunoprophylaxis. Volume I: Nematodes., 1987, pp 155-180
Abstract

P. skrjabini in cattle, camels and sheep was most common on farms in the Karakalpak ASSR, Bukhara region and Navoiĭsk region of the Uzbek SSR. The insect vectors were Lyperosia irritans [Haematobia irritans], L. titillans [H. thirouxi titillans] and Stomoxys calcitrans. The seasonal variation of...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.
Publisher
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty kak komponenty nazemnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1987, pp 104-113
Abstract

S. labiatopapillosa infections in cattle in the Uzbek SSR showed seasonal peaks in winter and spring. The infection rate of the vector, Aedes caspius, was 0.18-0.30%. Factors influencing infection rates in cattle are discussed.

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.; Siddikov, B. Kh.
Publisher
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty kak komponenty nazemnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1987, pp 133-138
Abstract

Mice were infected with either 2500 T. vitulorum infective larvae or Ascaris lumbricoides eggs. T. vitulorum larvae were found in the intestine, liver, lungs and muscles 1 day pi but were not found in the brain and kidneys until 4 days pi. T. vitulorum larvae remained in the brain from day 4 to day ...

Author(s)
Gorp, K. van; Mangelschots, M.; Brandt, J.
Publisher
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Helminth zoonoses., 1987, pp 159-166

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