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Studies were carried on the prevalence of tick infestation in cattle in District Quetta, the Provincial Head Quarter of Balochistan Province. The results of the study revealed that, out of 600 cattle 210(35%) were positive for tick infestation. Among these, adult cattle over 3 years of age showed...

Author(s)
Kakar, M. E.; Khan, M. A.; Khan, M. S.; Ashraf, K.; Kakar, M. A.; Hamdullah; Jan, S.; Razzaq, A.
Publisher
Pakistan Agricultural Scientists Forum, Lahore, Pakistan
Citation
JAPS, Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 2017, 27, 3, pp 797-802
Abstract

Introduction: Hypodermosis is an ectoparasitic disease of cattle caused by Hypoderma lineatum and Hypoderma bovis. It is an important health problem of cattle, leading to considerable economic losses. There are various factors that are involved in the spread of this disease such as herd size,...

Author(s)
Khan, M. R.; Haroon Ahmed; Panadero-Fontán, R.; López Sández, C.; Khan, M. A.; Saira Asif; Irfan Mustafa; Ali, M. I.; Hamid Raza; Mazhar Qayyum
Publisher
Open Learning on Enteric Pathogens (OLOEP), Sassari, Italy
Citation
Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 2015, 9, 8, pp 872-877
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Author(s)
Khan, M. A.
Publisher
Agriculture Research Station., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Citation
Research highlights 1980, 1981, pp 51-53
Abstract

Two groups (A and C) of range cows were treated in February with chlorpyrifos (16 ml/cow) for the control of heavy H. eurysternus infestations. Group A (11 cows) was treated in 1977 and group C (6 cows) in 1979, and each treated group was compared with a separate untreated group. Some of the...

Author(s)
Khan, M. A.; Schaalje, G. B.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1985, 49, 4, pp 361-365
Abstract

An intradermal test was developed to screen cattle for infection with the first-instar larvae of H. lineatum and H. bovis. The diagnostic antigen, prepared from the first-instar larvae of H. lineatum, produced a distinct dermal reaction in cattle infected with the first-instar larvae of either...

Author(s)
Khan, M. A.
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 1981, 22, 2, pp 36-41
Abstract

This account of a campaign to eradicate warble-fly infestations from cattle in the Irish Republic includes descriptions of the methods and organisation used, the legislation introduced and the results of detailed surveillance for adverse side-effects on the treated cattle. Both Hypoderma bovis (L.) ...

Author(s)
Thornberry, H.
Publisher
Amsterdam, Swets & Zeitlinger., Netherlands
Citation
Toxicology, biodegradation and efficacy of livestock pesticides. Proceedings of an Advanced Study Institute on Toxicity of Pesticides used on Livestock sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and organized by the Research Station, Canada Department of Agriculture, Lethbridge, Alberta., 1972, pp 318-342
Abstract

Applied to yearling steers in Canada on 30 November, pour-on applications of famphur at 40 or 50 mg/kg reduced numbers of encysted larvae of Hypoderma spp. (predominantly H. lineatum (Vill.) but including also H. bovis (L.)) by only 52.2 and 68.4%, respectively. The treatments had no adverse...

Author(s)
Khan, M. A.; Kozub, G. C.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1981, 45, 1, pp 15-19
Abstract

A programme to exterminate Hypoderma lineatum (Vill.) and H. bovis (L.) was begun in Wetaskiwin County, Alberta, in 1968 and has since been adopted by nearly all the local authorities in the state, which has an area of about 650 000 km2. Except for lactating cows, which were treated with rotenone,...

Author(s)
Khan, M. A.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1977, 3, 3, pp 217-223
Abstract

The authors summarise the papers that were presented at this conference on the control of Hypoderma spp. in cattle, with special reference to regional and national programmes in several countries, including Canada, France, the Irish Republic, Northern Ireland, Switzerland, the USSR and the German...

Author(s)
Khan, M. A.; Weintraub, J.; Croome, G. C. R.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1977, 3, 3, pp 271-274
Abstract

This booklet is a guide to the use of insecticides, approved by the Canadian government, for the control of flies, lice and ticks in farm buildings and on farm animals. Insecticides, application rates and special instructions are listed in tables under species.

Author(s)
Costello, R. A.; Khan, M. A.
Publisher
Ministry of Agriculture., British Columbia, Canada
Citation
Control of insects and ticks on livestock., 1980, pp 20pp.

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