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Faecal samples were collected from cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats from villages of Karnal and Ambala districts of Haryana, India, during one annual cycle. The prevalence of paramphistomiasis in sheep and goats was highest from June to September. From October to May there was no evidence of...

Author(s)
Gupta, R. P.; Singh, J.
Citation
Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research, 1990, 20, 1, pp 6-7
Abstract

During an intensive survey of different species of mosquitoes in Gurgaon district of Haryana State, India, in 1983-84, 148 adults of Anopheles culicifacies, 128 A. stephensi, 912 A. subpictus, 59 A. maculatus, 11 A. pulcherrimus, 273 A. annularis, 335 Culex quinquefasciatus, 40 C. pipiens fatigans ...

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Sharma, R. S.
Citation
Mosquito Borne Diseases Bulletin, 1991, 8, 2, pp 48-52
Abstract

Examination of 2 flocks of sheep (140 and 40) in the district of Ambala, India, during August 1984, revealed that 50% were infected with S. indicum. The sheep were anorexic, anaemic, showed loss of condition and had bloody diarrhoea. Post mortem revealed large numbers of S. indicum in the...

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Singh, J.; Gupta, R. P.; Kaushik, R. K.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1985, 9, 4, pp 223-224
Abstract

A faecal survey of intestinal parasitic infections in 340 young (< 6 months) buffalo calves in Haryana, India, revealed one or more helminth or coccidian parasites in 73.8% of cases. Toxocara vitulorum was the predominant infection (41.2%) followed by Eimeria spp. (27.1%) and Strongyloides spp....

Author(s)
Gupta, S. K.; Chhabra, M. B.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1990, 14, 3, pp 194-197
Abstract

In Hissar, India, 52.5% of 1151 buffalo calves were found to have Neoascaris vitulorum eggs in their faeces. The eggs appeared from 11 days after birth. The prevalence of infection peaked at 77.1% in 46- to 53-day-old calves and was lower (35.7%) in 81- to 90-day-old calves. Strongyloides...

Author(s)
Baruah, P. K.; Singh, R. P.; Bali, M. K.; Vashistha, M. S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1981, 5, 2, pp 74-75

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