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The amounts of K, Na, Ca, Fe, Co, Zn, Cs, Sc, Cr, Ce, Br, Rb, Mo and Se in mature F. hepatica and in the livers of cattle infected with fluke or uninfected, were investigated by neutron activation analysis. The amounts of Co, Na, Zn, Fe, Se and Cr were lower and the amount of Mo was higher in...

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Damyanova, A.; Gabrashanska, M.
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Khelmintologiya, 1988, No. 26, pp 3-9
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Counts of flies on grazing cows and heifers showed that Lyperosia irritans [Haematobia irritans] accounted for 95%, with H. stimulans, Hydrotaea irritans, Musca autumnalis, Musca domestica, Stomoxys calcitrans and Morellia simplex making up the remainder. Ear tags containing 8.7% flucythrinate gave ...

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Nedelchev, N. K.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1988, 86, 4, pp 42-44
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Lemekhov, P. A.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1987, 85, 5, pp 27-28
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Non-specific naphthylacetate esterase activity was present in about 7% of lymphocytes from healthy cattle, and up to 23% of those from leukotic cattle. Most of the active lymphocytes were of type T.

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Goranov, Kh.; Pachev, S.; Minkov, V.
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Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1986, 23, 9, pp 23-29
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Meshkov, S.; Zhelyazkov, D.; Parnarev, G.; Aleksandrov, T.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1984, 82, 1, pp 31-32
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Over 10 000 ticks were collected from cattle and sheep in the Strandzha-Sakar region of Bulgaria; 11 species were identified on cattle (Boophilus calcaratus predominant) and 9 species on sheep (Rhipicephalus bursa predominant). Babesia bigemina, B. colchica, Theileria annulata, T. mutans and ...

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Meshkov, S.; Zapryanov, M.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1985, 83, 3, pp 30-31
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A survey conducted throughout Bulgaria between 1979 and 1984 revealed echinococcosis by post-mortem examination in 11% of 1689 dogs, including 17% of 248 sheep dogs, and by arecoline treatment in 3% of 1265 dogs (5% of 507 sheep dogs). The number of cestodes harboured by an infected dog ranged from ...

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Petkov, A.; Tsolov, B.; Denev, I.; Kostov, R.; Rusev, I.; Zurliiski, P.; Stoimenov, K.; Zapryanov, M.; Spasov, M.
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Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1987, 24, 3, pp 51-55
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Outbreaks of severe gastroenteritis in calves in Bulgaria were found to be caused by bacteria (Salmonella, Escherichia) and protozoa (coccidia or Cryptosporidium). Treatment with gentamycin and furazolidone (for the protozoan parasites) was the most effective.

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Veleva, A.; Ivanova, I.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1989, 87, 10, pp 34-35
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Bithionol sulphoxide at 50 to 70 mg/kg body weight was highly effective against Paramphistomum in naturally infected cattle in Bulgaria, achieving reductions in worm burdens of 96.5 to 100% in 3 small scale trials. At 45 to 70 mg/kg, bithionol sulphoxide reduced the intensities of anoplocephalid...

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Petkov, A.; Bankov, D.; Rusev, I.; Tomov, P.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1986, 84, 5, pp 28-30
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Investigation of 54 sheep farms, 36 dairy herds and 41 goat herds in 9 regions of Bulgaria during 4 years showed that myiasis occurred in 45 of the 195 flocks of the 54 sheep farms, affecting between 23 and 41% of sheep each year. Only 0.5-1.0% of cows and goats were affected. Wohlfahrtia magnifica ...

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Nedelchev, N. K.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1988, 86, 3, pp 33-35

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