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Aspects of present control methods and proposals for the future for theileriosis caused by certain species of Theileria, ehrlichiosis and tick toxicosis are reviewed in sections devoted to each disease or disease complex. Diseases discussed include: Corridor disease (Theileria parva lawrencei);...

Author(s)
Young, A. S.
Citation
Parassitologia (Roma), 1990, 32, 1, pp 41-54
Abstract

Records of 91 562 clinical cases (75 412 cattle and 16 150 buffaloes) seen in 1985-1990 at the veterinary hospitals of 4 Koshi hill districts showed that the major clinical conditions were: parasitic diseases (37 521 cattle, 11 766 buffaloes), infectious diseases (22 741 and 469, respectively), and ...

Author(s)
Thakuri, K. C.; Mahato, S. N.; Thakur, R. P.
Citation
Veterinary Review (Kathmandu), 1992, 7, 2, pp 41-46
Abstract

Information is given on the use of the CLIMEX model in the management of ticks (Rhipicephalus appendiculatus, Boophilus microplus and Amblyomma variegatum) and tick-borne diseases in Africa, especially Kenya and Zambia. Its specific use in the analysis of the value of quarantine, the prediction of...

Author(s)
Sutherst, R. W.; Maywald, G. F.
Citation
ACIAR Proceedings Series, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 1987, No. 17, pp 137-140
Abstract

Cattle (1100) in the herd of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute were sprayed with carbaryl three times a year during 1978/80. It was effective against unspecified ticks, and no adverse effects were recorded. Annual mortality due to Anaplasma, Babesia abd Theileria infections was under 1%.

Author(s)
Gupta, O. P.; Sharma, M. C.; Jana, D. N.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1983, 7, 1, pp 37-38
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Author(s)
Campbell, R. S. F.
Publisher
Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh., Edinburgh, UK
Citation
Tick-borne diseases and their vectors., 1978, pp 251-257
Abstract

The disruption of the dipping of cattle in Zimbabwe for the control of tick vectors demonstrated the dangers of creating herds with little or no natural immunity to tick-borne diseases. It is known that immunity to the tick-borne diseases heartwater (caused by Cowdria ruminantium), African redwater ...

Author(s)
Norval, R. A. I.
Publisher
Tick Research Unit., Grahamstown, South Africa
Citation
Tick biology and control. Proceedings of an International Conference held from 27-29 January 1981, under the auspices of the Tick Research Unit, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa., 1981, pp 87-90
Abstract

The epizootiologically and economically most important parasites infesting pasture cattle in Bulgaria are discussed. They include the ixodid ticks Ixodes ricinus (L.), Boophilus kohlsi Hoogst. & Kaiser, Haemaphysalis punctata C. & F., Dermacentor marginatus (Sulz.), Rhipicephalus evertsi Neum. and...

Author(s)
Schoilew, C.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1982, 37, 3, pp 93-95
Abstract

An attempt is made to present a simple model for the measurement of the cost-effectiveness of dipping for the control of East Coast fever (Theileria parva). Data collected from 17 dips chosen at random over a one-year period in the Kiambu district of Kenya are applied to the model using a number of ...

Author(s)
Ong'are, J. O.; Wilson, A. J.
Publisher
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague, Netherlands
Citation
Advances in the control of theileriosis. Proc. Internat. Conf., 9-13 Feb. 1981, Nairobi., 1981, pp 416-418
Abstract

Fifty cattle that had been immunised by an infection-and-treatment method with 3 strains of Theileria parva (Muguga, Kiambu 5 and Serengeti transformed), together with 19 untreated controls, were exposed for 2 months to natural tick infestation (mainly by Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Neum.) in...

Author(s)
Uilenberg, G.; Silayo, R. S.; Mpangala, C.; Tondeur, W.; Tatchell, R. J.; Sanga, H. J. N.
Citation
Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie, 1977, 28, 4, pp 499-506
Abstract

The author reports that the distribution of tick species in Zimbabwe is significantly influenced by land utilisation practices. The most commonly occurring species in the over-grazed tribal areas is Boophilus decoloratus (Koch). By contrast, well managed commercial farms and ranches support a wide...

Author(s)
Norval, R. A. I.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 1979, 50, 4, pp 289-292

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