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Abstract

Strongyle infection in dairy cows is responsible for the significant decrease in milk production. The veterinarian can estimate the incurred losses based on pasture infestation and the level of anthelmintics against Ostertagia ostertagi in bulk milk. Helminth prevention is based on pasture...

Author(s)
Charlier, J.; Verschave, S.; Claerebout, E.; Vercruysse, J.
Publisher
Éditions du Point Vétérinaire, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2012, 43, Special, pp 36-41
Abstract

A total of 3384 ticks was collected from cattle in Benin, of which 11 species are identified and listed, together with collection localities within Benin; 2 of the species, Hyalomma nitidum Schulze and Rhipicephalus muhsamae Morel & Vassiliades, are recorded for the 1st time in that country. The 5...

Author(s)
Vercruysse, J.; Lafia, S.; Camicas, J. L.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1982, 35, 4, pp 361-364
Abstract

Among 1700 zebu calves the frequency of coccidia infection in the dry period between December and May was 30%, rising to 62% in July, with a yearly average of 37%. Among 400 adult zebu the frequency was 15%. The 11 species of Eimeria identified were (in order of increasing size) E. subspherica, E....

Author(s)
Vercruysse, J.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1979, 32, 2, pp 149-153
Abstract

Mammomonogamus nasicola occurred in 364 (34%) of 1062 zebu cattle examined from the Central African Empire. The mean intensity of infection was 2.8 pairs/animal, but larger numbers were not uncommon. The biology, pathology, economic and geographic distribution of M. nasicola in Africa are discussed.

Author(s)
Vercruysse, J.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1978, 31, 4, pp 427-430
Abstract

Terms used by the Mbororo in the Central African Empire for diseases of cattle, together with their descriptions of symptoms, are presented. The parasitic diseases listed include Fasciola gigantica, intestinal helminths and coccidia, Moniezia, Neoascaris vitulorum and Trypanosoma.

Author(s)
Morvan, H.; Vercruysse, J.
Citation
Journal d'Agriculture Traditionelle et de Botanique Appliquee, 1978, 25, 2, pp 111-118
Abstract

Three new serotypes have been isolated: Stshiongwe from an ox, S. gwaai from a donkey, and S. moëro from a sheep. They were recovered from the mesenteric lymph nodes of the animals at the abattoir.

Author(s)
VAN OYE, E.; DEOM, J.; VERCRUYSSE, J.; FASSEAUX, P.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1957, 92, pp 839-842
Abstract

The authors advocated the use of merthiolate (sodium-ethyl-mercuri-thio-salicylate) for increasing the keeping properties of cattle sera collected in the field and submitted to the laboratory for brucella agglutination tests.-J.D.

Author(s)
MORTELMANS, J.; VERCRUYSSE, J.
Publisher
Bruxelles, Belgium
Citation
Bulletin agricole du Congo belge, 1953, 44, pp 779-786

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