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Blood composition of 4387 cattle with or without serological evidence of exposure to infectious and parasitic agents were compared. Group D cattle were serologically positive to bluetongue, bovine leukosis or haemo- and ectoparasites [species not given], and group H were negative. Significantly...

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Otto, F.; Ibanez, A.; Caballero, B.; Hadani, A.; Bogin, E.
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Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1993, 48, 1, pp 27-34
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Fifty Balady heifers (1-2 years old), at Sarnga, Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt, were examined for ecto- and endoparasites and classified into 3 groups; group I infested with ectoparasites, group II infested with endoparasites and group III free from infestation. Affected animals were treated with a...

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Hamdy, I. R.; El-Kholany, K.; Khodary, R. M.
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Veterinary Medical Journal Giza, 2000, 48, 1, pp 13-25
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The effects of B. microplus infestation on blood composition of Jersey bull calves included a marked reduction in haematocrit and haemoglobulin values in 4 experimental as opposed to 4 tick-free animals. Also, circulating lymphocytes and eosinophils increased but neutrophils decreased in the...

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Biswal, B.; Misra, S. C.; Bisoi, P. C.
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Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 2, 1, pp 9-13
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Cows were infected twice with 600 and 500 nymphs and adults of a bovine strain of Psoroptes ovis with a nine-week interval. The haematological response and the non-specific mitogen- and antigen-induced responsiveness of the peripheral blood lymphocytes of the animals was followed. Dermal reactivity ...

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Losson, B.; Pouplard, M. D.; Pouplard, L.
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Research in Veterinary Science, 1988, 44, 2, pp 197-201
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Three uniform groups of calves were held under the same conditions. Group 1 served as tick-free controls. Group 2, which had previously been tick-free, was infested experimentally with 1 gram (20 000 larvae) of a Babesia-free laboratory strain of B. microplus. Group 3, which had experienced a...

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Castellanos Hurtado, J. L.; Quiroz Romero, H.; Ruiz Skewes, H.
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Veterinaria México, 1988, 19, 2, pp 139-144
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Two experiments (conducted in Queensland, Australia), compared broods of Ardeola ibis [Bubulcus ibis] that were naturally tick-infested (by Argas robertsi) with an equal number that were rendered tick-free by application of an acaricide (the pyrethroid, flumethrin) to their nests and of barriers...

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McKilligan, N. G.
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Australian Journal of Ecology, 1996, 21, 4, pp 442-449
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Six Hereford calves were infested with 500 Psoroptes ovis. Haemograms were examined weekly for 7 weeks during progressively extensive dermatitis and compared to 6 uninfested control calves. Calves were treated with ivermectin 600µg/kg i/m and weekly haemograms were compared for 4 weeks during...

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Stromberg, P. C.; Guillot, F. S.
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Veterinary Pathology, 1987, 24, 5, pp 371-377
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A survey was undertaken from September to November, 1988 to elucidate the epidemiology and pathogenicity of theileriosis in Malaysia. Blood samples of 322 cattle were collected at 20 locations in 7 states in Peninsular Malaysia. The blood smears revealed Theileria parasites, and piroplasms were...

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Kamio, T.; Rajamanickam, C.; Kawazu, S. I.; Fujisaki, K.
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JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, 1990, 24, 3, pp 231-234
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Anaemia and death associated with heavy infestation by Haemaphysalis longicornis Neum. is reported in fawns of the red deer (Cervus elaphus) on a farm in Wairoa County, New Zealand, in 1979-80. In a herd with 100 breeding hinds, 30 fawns about 2-3 weeks old died in a period of 7 days. There were...

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Neilson, F. J. A.; Mossman, D. H.
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New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 1982, 30, 8, pp 125-126
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10 Hereford and 10 Brahman steers were each infested with 200 female and 200 male Amblyomma maculatum adults; 10 uninfested animals of each breed served as controls. Infested animals were reinfested weekly with 200 males and 200 females . For control and infested Hereford and control and infested...

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Stacey, B. R.; Williams, R. E.; Buckner, R. G.; Hair, J. A.
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Journal of Economic Entomology, 1978, 71, 6, pp 967-970

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