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Anaplasma marginale is the most prevalent vector-borne pathogen in the livestock industry in Colombia, causing economic losses of approximately USD 4.2 million per year. The present study reports the seasonal transmission patterns, genetic diversity and phylogeographic traits of A. marginale...

Author(s)
Jaimes-Dueñez, J.; Triana-Chávez, O.; Mejía-Jaramillo, A. M.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, München, Germany
Citation
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 2018, 9, 5, pp 1286-1295
AbstractFull Text

The New World Screwworm (NWS) continues being a veterinarian and human problem in South America and part of the Caribbean. In order to update this matter based on the research of the last six years, the wealth of existing information was reviewed, and some results of the authors of this paper were...

Author(s)
Rodríguez Diego, J. G.; Olivares Orozco, J. L.; Sánchez Castilleja, Y.; Arece García, J.
Publisher
Centro Nacional de Sanidad Agropecuaria, La Habana, Cuba
Citation
Revista de Salud Animal, 2016, 38, 2, pp 120-130
AbstractFull Text

The wormseed (Chenopodium ambrosioides L.) is one of the plants used in herbal medicine human, having its origin in tropical and subtropical America, Caribbean and Mexico, being very abundant in Brazil. The Boophilus microplus known as tick of cattle is of high importance, producing direct and...

Author(s)
Pozzatti, P. N.; Porfírio, L. C.; Casagrande, F. P.; Valentim, T. P.; Bissi, B.; Barbosa, B. C.
Publisher
F. B. Moreira, Londrina, Brazil
Citation
PUBVET, 2012, 6, 5, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Five species of Brontaea occur in the New World. B. humilis has been introduced from Europe and is known from a few localities in eastern and Pacific coast Canada and USA. B. normata is an endemic Neotropical species. The other species, B. debilis, B. quadristigma (= B. cilifera syn. nov.) and B....

Author(s)
Carvalho, C. J. B. de; Pont, A. C.
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, 1997, 14, 3, pp 723-749
Abstract

The results of tuberculin testing between 1981 and 1987 showed that prevalence rates in cattle varied between <0.05% (Uruguay in 1986) and 3.7% (Ecuador in 1983). Control programmes have eradicated the disease from cattle in Cuba and Panama, and lowered the prevalence in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Paraguay, Trinidad-Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela and in some areas of Chile and Mexico. Little ...

Publisher
Pan American Zoonoses Center, Casilla 3092, 1000 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Citation
Special Publication - Pan American Zoonoses Center, Buenos Aires, 1988, 8, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

This publication consists of the papers presented at an Expert Consultation on tick eradication held by the FAO in Mexico City during June 1987. The papers are arranged in 9 "chapters", viz.: history of tick eradication highlighting the achievements and failures and indicating implications for...

Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy
Citation
FAO Animal Production and Health Paper, 1989, No. 75, pp xi + 322 pp.
Abstract

This publication contains 11 contributions, as well as introductory and concluding remarks, from a symposium on the eradication of the calliphorid Cochliomyia hominivorax, a myiasis-producing agent of cattle and other livestock. The development of the sterile insect technique and its application in ...

Citation
Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America, 1985, No. 62, pp 68pp.
Abstract

The authors review briefly the natural distribution of Cochliomyia hominivorax in the New World; its economic importance; its control, including chemical control and sterile male release; host control of minor larval infestations; adult monitoring; and its recent accidental introduction into Libya. ...

Author(s)
Hall, M. J. R.; Beesley, W. N.
Citation
Pesticide Outlook, 1990, 1, 2, pp 34-37
Abstract

The morphology of larval spines of Cochliomyia hominivorax was affected by larval substrate and geographic effects on variation. Spine morphology of individual larvae was used to determine criteria for discrimination analysis classification. Classification criteria for types of wounds and host...

Author(s)
Mangan, R. L.; Welch, J. B.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1990, 27, 3, pp 295-301
Abstract

Domestic and native animals were surveyed for myiasis caused by Cochliomyia hominivorax and Dermatobia hominis during the 1985 rainy season on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Three types of situations were surveyed as follows: family-unit ranches; feedlots; and captive, indigenous animals (i.e....

Author(s)
Thomas, D. B., Jr.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1987, 24, 4, pp 498-502

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