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The articles on these proceedings are a compilation of articles on reproduction wild and domestic animals. Topics discussed are: cryopreservation in horses; effect of prostaglandin treatment in animals; artificial insemination in Brazil; bull selection for natural breeding; ultrasound utilization...

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Colégio Brasileiro de Reprodução Animal, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Reprodução Animal, 2015, 39, 1, pp 11-250
Abstract

Triatomines were captured in wild, domiciliary and peridomiciliary environments in Jatobá de Baixo and Aciara, Goiás State, Brazil, in 1998. These included 163 specimens of T. costalimai, 37 of R. neglectus and 56 of P. tertius. T. costalimai showed a preference for feeding on rodents (31.3% of...

Author(s)
Lorosa, E. S.; Andrade, R. E. de; Santos, S. M. dos; Pereira, C. A.; Vinhaes, M. da C.; Jurberg, J.
Citation
Entomología y Vectores, 1999, 6, 4, pp 405-414
Abstract

The results are presented of a survey of feeding habits of 1042 triatomines captured in domiciliary and peridomiciliary habitats in Brazil. The bugs tested by the precipitin technique included 508 Triatoma sordida from the states of Goiás, Minas Gerais and Mato Grosso do Sul, 231 T. rubrofasciata...

Author(s)
Lorosa, E. S.; Andrade, R. E. de; Santos, S. M. dos; Pereira, C. A.; Vinhaes, M. C.
Citation
Entomología y Vectores, 1999, 6, 2, pp 112-124
Abstract

Of the 349 specimens of T. rubrofasciata captured during March-December 1997 in São Luis Island, Maranhão, Brazil, in domiciliary and peridomiciliary environments, 16.9% were infected by Trypanosoma sp. and 283 had a single food source, with 128 (36.7%) corresponding to rodent, 61 (17.5%) to dog,...

Author(s)
Lorosa, E. S.; Andrade, R. E.; Serra, M. da G. A.; Rebelo, J. M. M.; Vinhaes, M. C.
Citation
Entomología y Vectores, 1998, 5, 6, pp 241-250

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