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Abstract

Examination of cattle carcasses (1,085) at meat processing plants in the Minsk and Mogilev regions of the USSR showed Sarcocystis infection in 76.7 to 90.1% of the animals examined. The most frequently and most heavily infected muscles were the heart, the oesophagus and triceps surae muscle.

Author(s)
Kislyakova, Z. I.
Publisher
"Uradzhai"., Minsk, USSR
Citation
Dostizheniya veterinarnoi nauki i peredovogo opyta - zhivotnovodstvy. Mezhvedomstvennyi Sbornik, No. 2)., 1976, pp 50-52
Abstract

Examination of the heart muscles of 170 animals from different regions of Uzbek SSR showed that all the examined cattle and sheep were infected with Sarcocystis fusiformis and S. tenella respectively. S. moulei was recorded in one of 2 goats, S. mescheriana in 10 of 30 pigs and S. bertrami in one...

Author(s)
Gadaev, A.; Abidzhanov, A. A.
Citation
Uzbeksii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1976, No. 4, pp 57-59
Abstract

In the Minsk and Mogilev abattoirs, Belorussian SSR, 85.3% of 1085 cattle carcasses examined were infected with Sarcocystis. The heart and oesophagus were the most heavily and frequently infected organs. The parasites caused muscle dystrophy reducing meat quality.

Author(s)
Kislyakova, Z. I.
Publisher
"Naukova Dumka"., Kiev, USSR
Citation
Materialy II Vsesoyuznogo S"ezda Protozoologov. Chast' 3. Veterinarnaya protozoologiya., 1976, pp 50-51
Abstract

A large number of carcasses were examined for Sarcocystis infection between 1969 and 1975. 40% cattle, 50% sheep and 12% pigs were infected. Data are presented on the distribution and numbers of cysts in various muscles, and on the seasonal variations in infection rate during these years.

Author(s)
Vel'yaminov, K. S.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, 1976, No. 12, pp 87-88
Abstract

During investigations of theileriasis in cattle, Sarcocystis was found in 96% of myocardial smears examined. The author discusses whether or not the cardiac symptoms sometimes recorded in theileriasis are due to Sarcocystis and/or Theileria.

Author(s)
Kazakov, N. A.
Citation
Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1977, No. 31, pp 66-68
Abstract

Electron-microscope studies of sarcocysts from cattle showed the wall to be a many-layered, complex and dynamic structure. The presence of microvilli-like processes, presumably serves to increase the cyst surface which ensures metabolism between the parasite and the host. The differences in wall...

Author(s)
Bergmann, F.
Publisher
Estonskaya Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Akademiya, Tartu, USSR
Citation
Materialy VI Vsesoyuznoi Konferentsii po patologicheskoi anatomii zhivotnykh. Tom II., 1977, pp 207-210
Abstract

Sarcocystis was found in 83.6% of 1,288 farm animals examined in various regions of the Uzbek SSR. All cattle were infected. 2 seasonal peaks (incidence reaching 100%) were recorded in sheep (March to April and September to November). Pigs were less frequently and less heavily infected, a maximum...

Author(s)
Gadaev, A.; Abidzhanov, A.
Citation
Doklady Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoi SSR (Uzbekistan SSR Fanlar Akademiyasining, Dokladlari), 1978, No. 1, pp 70-71
Abstract

In 1973, in Uzbekistan, for the first time animals were examined for Sarcocystis. All 77 cattle and 78 sheep, 1 of 2 goats, 1 of 15 horses and 1 of 21 chickens, but none of 2 camels, were infected. The material is briefly described.

Author(s)
Gadaev, A.
Publisher
"FAN" Uzbekskoi SSR., Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Ekologiya bespozvonochnykh i pozvonochnykh zhivotnykh Uzbekistana., 1978, pp 3-7
Abstract

Foxes and young wolves in Uzbekhistan were fed hearts and oesophaguses of cattle containing cysts of Sarcocystis bovicanis (= S. fusiformis). These animals were proved to be the final hosts. The prepatent period was 7-8 days in foxes and 7-9 days in young wolves, and the respective patent periods...

Author(s)
Zasukhin, D. N.; Gadaev, A.
Citation
Parazitologiya, Leningrad, USSR, 1978, 12, 2, pp 97-100
Abstract

Author(s)
Nevole, M.
Citation
World Veterinary Congress (XXI): XXI World Veterinary Congress, 1-7 July, 1979, Moscow, Summaries. Volume 2, Section III: parasitology., 1979, pp 29-30

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