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Bovine babesiosis is a tick-borne disease caused by intra-erythrocytic apicomplexan protozoan (Piroplasmida: Babesiidae) that affect animals' health and their productivity. As little is known about the current situation on babesiosis in cattle in Romania, this study aimed to investigate the...

Author(s)
Pavel, A. I.; Ioniță, M.; Mitrea, I. L.
Publisher
Asociaţia Generală a Medicilor Veterinari din România, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Revista Româna de Medicina Veterinara, 2020, 30, 2, pp 33-38
Abstract

Three groups of 8 Bos indicus × B. taurus calves of both sexes and about 9 months of age were kept in Boophilus microplus-infested pastures for 1 year. Groups I and S were treated with decamethrin [deltamethrin] pour-on at 28-day intervals for the first 6 months and for all 12 months, respectively, ...

Author(s)
Vianna, L. F. C. G.; Faccini, J. L. H.; Lopes, C. W. G.; Patarroyo Salcedo, J. H.
Citation
Arquivos da Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, 1992, 15, 2, pp 155-165
Abstract

In indirect immunofluorescence tests in 191 cattle in 1990 and 1991, 94 (49%) were positive for antibodies to Babesia bigemina amd 20 (10%) for antibodies to B. bovis; 16 were positive for antibodies to both. No B. divergens antibodies were detected. Babesia organisms were found microscopically in...

Author(s)
Eren, H.
Citation
Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, Ankara Universitesi, 1993, 40, 1, pp 23-37
Abstract

A comparison of the tick resistance of indigenous Mashona and crossbred Africander × Sussex oxen following natural tick infestation indicated that significantly more African blue ticks (Boophilus decoloratus) were found on the crossbred than the indigenous cattle. The two groups of cattle had been...

Author(s)
Fivaz, B. H.; Waal, D. T. de; Lander, K.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1992, 24, 2, pp 81-89
Abstract

Laboratory and field studies were carried out in the USSR to determine the effectiveness of the acaricides phoxim and dinobuton (as Acrex or Isophen) against Ixodes ricinus (L.), which infests cattle and transmits babesiosis [caused by Babesia spp.]. Phoxim was effective on cattle after 7 days and...

Author(s)
Nepoklonov, M. I.; Belyaeva, A. P.; Nepoklonov, A. A.
Citation
Biologicheskie osnovy ispol'zovaniya i okhrany dikikh zhivotnykh (Biological basis for the utilization and conservation of wild animals)., 1983, pp 78-82
Abstract

The extent of tick infestations of livestock and the measures available for their control are reviewed and discussed with reference also to disease pathogens transmitted by ticks (Theileria parva, transmitted by Rhipicephalus appendiculatus; T. annulata, transmitted by Hyalomma spp.; Babesia bovis ...

Author(s)
Walker, A. R.
Citation
Span, 1984, 27, 3, pp 102-104
Abstract

A circular calendar was devised to show that, in northern Caucasia, peaks of attack on cattle and sheep by ticks (Boophilus calcaratus, Hyalomma scupense, Dermacentor pictus, D. marginatus) occurred in March-April, June-July and August-September, with outbreaks of Babesia and Anaplasma infections...

Author(s)
Dikaev, B. Yu.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR, 1984, No.6, pp 44-45
Abstract

A field study was carried out in the USSR in 1982 to determine the effectiveness of dicresyl [a mixture of metolcarb and 4-methylphenyl methylcarbamate] against Ixodes ricinus (L.) infesting cattle and transmitting babesiosis [caused by Babesia spp.]. The treatment was 80-90% effective at a...

Author(s)
Nepoklonova, M. I.; Belyaeva, A. P.; Nepoklonov, A. A.
Citation
Biologicheskie osnovy ispol'zovaniya i okhrany dikikh zhivotnykh (Biological basis for the utilization and conservation of wild animals)., 1983, pp 73-78
Abstract

In Kenya, there are at least 7 distinct tickborne diseases (theileriosis, anaplasmosis, babesiosis, heartwater, Nairobi sheep disease, sweating sickness, and canine ehrlichiosis). Theileriosis (caused by Theileria parva) causes major economic losses arising from deaths of infected cattle. Control...

Author(s)
Wamukoya, J. P. O.
Citation
Insect Science and its Application, 1992, 13, 4, pp 665-670
Abstract

The site of the study was at an altitude of 249 metres with an average temperature of 21 deg C, covering an area of 798 hectares of alluvial soil in the Atlantic zone of the country. The study comprised a serological survey of 684 cattle up to 2 years of age, of pure Brahman and other breeds, and...

Author(s)
Perez C., E.; Leroy, E.; Carrillo, J. M.
Citation
Ciencias Veterinarias, Costa Rica, 1980, 2, 1, pp 7-20

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