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A survey of the oribatid mites inhabiting various forest ecosystems and undisturbed localities of Kerala, India, was conducted. Parasitic nematodes were found in Galumna triquetra. The nematodes belonged to the genus Rhabditis and were found irregularly distributed in the body cavity of the mites...

Author(s)
Haq, M. A.
Publisher
SPB Academic Publishing bv, The Hague, Netherlands
Citation
Modern acarology. Volume II. Proceedings of the VIII International Congress of Acarology, held in České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia, 6-11 August 1990., 1991, pp 623-627
Abstract

In the Shertallai region of Kerala, India, M. annulifera and M. uniformis were recorded throughout the year (May 1987-April 1988), while M. indiana was seasonal and few in number. Their respective indoor resting densities were 3.29, 0.25 and 0.10 per man/h and their man biting densities were 24.67, ...

Author(s)
Sabesan, S.; Kumar, N. P.; Krishnamoorthy, K.; Panicker, K. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research. Section A, Infectious Diseases, 1991, 93, July, pp 253-258
Abstract

In a survey of 1100 cattle slaughtered between December 1976 and September 1978, there were 468 cases of echinococcosis (42.12%) and 19 of cysticercosis (1.73%). Echinococcus cysts were found in 365 livers and 340 lungs. The liver was affected by disease in 79% of cattle and the lung in 73%. Other...

Author(s)
Prabhakaran, P.; Soman, M.; Iyer, R. P.; Abraham, J.
Citation
Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1980, 11, 1, pp 159-163
Abstract

Multiple hydatid cysts were found in the brain of a cross-bred cow during postmortem examination. A tumour was also present on the ethmoid mucosa.

Author(s)
Rajan, A.; Sreekumaran, T.; Valsala, K. V.; Nair, M. K.
Citation
Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1981, 12, 1, pp 73-76
Abstract

Examination of hydatid cysts in slaughtered animals in Kerala, India, in 1978 showed that 288 (68.9%) of 418 from cattle, 32 (69.6%) of 46 from buffalo, 28 (93.3%) of 30 from sheep and 8 (72.7%) of 11 from goats were fertile.

Author(s)
Abraham, J.; Madhavan Pillai, K.; Iyer, R. P.
Citation
Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1980, 11, 1, pp 155-158

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