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Background: This study was carried out to determine the infestation of domestic ruminants to ticks in an important livestock-rearing region, located in central part of Iran. Methods: Ticks were collected from cattle, sheep, and goats and then were identified with appropriate identification keys to...

Author(s)
Biglari, P.; Bakhshi, H.; Chinikar, S.; Belqeiszadeh, H.; Ghaffari, M.; Javaherizadeh, S.; Faghihi, F.; Telmadarraiy, Z.
Publisher
School of Public Health and Institute of Public Health Research, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
Citation
Iranian Journal of Public Health, 2018, 47, 5, pp 742-749
Abstract

This article discusses known methods to control Dipterans (Musca domestica, Stomoxys calcitrans), one of the most well known parasites of livestock.

Author(s)
Hack, R. J.
Publisher
Positive Action Publications Ltd, Driffield, UK
Citation
International Dairy Topics, 2019, 18, 2, pp 13-15
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Background: Most malaria vector control programmes rely on indoor residual spraying of insecticides and insecticide-treated bed nets. This is effective against vector species that feed indoors at night and rest inside the house afterwards. In Central America, malaria vectors have different...

Author(s)
Dreyer, S. M.; Leiva, D.; Magaña, M.; Pott, M.; Kay, J.; Cruz, A.; Achee, N. L.; Grieco, J. P.; Vaughan, J. A.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Malaria Journal, 2019, 18, 296, pp (29 August 2019)
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Guzmán, A.; Beitia, F.; Tormos, J.; Calatayud, F.; Pérez-Baena, I.; Peris, B.
Publisher
Grupo Asis Biomedia, S.L., Zaragoza, Spain
Citation
Albéitar, 2018, No.213, pp 32-33
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Wildlife, both native and introduced, can harbor and spread diseases of importance to the livestock industry. Describing movement patterns of such wildlife is essential to formulate effective disease management strategies. Nilgai antelope (Boselaphus tragocamelus) are a free-ranging, introduced...

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Foley, A. M.; Goolsby, J. A.; Ortega-S, A., Jr.; Ortega-S, J. A.; León, A. P. de; Singh, N. K.; Schwartz, A.; Ellis, D.; Hewitt, D. G.; Campbell, T. A.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2017, 146, pp 166-172
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East Africa is a global hot spot for the diversity of ixodid ticks. As ectoparasites and as vectors of pathogens, ticks negatively affect the well-being of humans, livestock and wildlife. To prevent tick infestations, livestock owners and managers typically treat livestock with acaricides that kill ...

Author(s)
Keesing, F.; Ostfeld, R. S.; Young, T. P.; Allan, B. F.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Parasitology, 2018, 145, 3, pp 345-354
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Climate change is predicted to increase incidence of vector-borne diseases in humans, however, little is known about the impact of such diseases in livestock. In the absence of historical data with which to examine the inter-relation between climate and disease, participatory epidemiological (PE)...

Author(s)
Kimaro, E. G.; Toribio, J. A. L. M. L.; Mor, S. M.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2017, 147, pp 79-89
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Background: Non-clinical Theileria parva infection among indigenous cattle occurs upon recovery from primary disease during the first year of life. Continuous exposure to infection through contaminated tick infestations with absence of clinical disease gives rise to endemic stability. Endemic...

Author(s)
Kabi, F.; Masembe, C.; Muwanika, V.; Kirunda, H.; Negrini, R.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2014, 7, 414, pp (1 September 2014)
Abstract

Several prominent and economically important diseases of livestock in East Africa are caused by multi-host pathogens that also infect wildlife species, but management strategies are generally livestock focused and models of these diseases tend to ignore the role of wildlife. We investigate the...

Author(s)
Walker, J. G.; Klein, E. Y.; Levin, S. A.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2014, 199, 3/4, pp 206-214
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Hemotropic diseases affect animals living in tropical and subtropical areas of the world, due to the presence of transmitting vectors of agents such as ticks and hematophagous flies. Within this group of diseases are the anaplasmosis, trypanosomosis and bovine babesiosis which adversely affect...

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Medina-Naranjo, V. L.; Reyna-Bello, A.; Tavares-Marques, L. M.; Campos, A. M.; Ron-Román, J. W.; Moyano, J. C.; Jarrín-Porras, E. C.; Sandoval-Morejón, E. D.; Chávez-Larrea, M. A.
Publisher
Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela
Citation
Revista Cientifica, Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad del Zulia, 2017, 27, 3, pp 162-171

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