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Of 5401 cattle slaughtered at Tassila (Oued Massa Valley) in 1990, 564 were infected with F. hepatica. Epidemiological studies from November 1989 to December 1990 in the irrigated zone revealed two annual generations of Lymnaea truncatula, the first overwintering and the second in spring and...

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Moukrim, A.; Rondelaud, D.
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Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1991, 142, 11, pp 839-843
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A 45-hectare farm having 70 cows and 30 heifers was investigated over 3 years (1987-1989). The presence of metacercariae in habitats of Lymnaea truncatula was studied by means of 2000 small floats covered in cellophane, changed fortnightly. It was confirmed that fluke eggs, infected snails and...

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Gaasenbeek, C. P. H.; Over, H. J.; Noorman, N.; Leeuw, W. A. de
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Veterinary Quarterly, 1992, 14, 4, pp 140-144
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To determine the prevalence of Fasciola hepatica in the central part of the State of Guerrero, Mexico, a study was carried out on snails of the genus Lymnaea (collected once a month for a year), bovine livers (inspected throughout the year), and faecal egg counts of cattle. Most snails were...

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Suazo, F. M.; Hernandez, E. F.; Soriano, G. F.
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Técnica Pecuaria en México, 1989, 27, 1, pp 41-47
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Osegueda-Berrios, C. A.; Tavizón-García, P.
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Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 1989, 1, Suppl., pp 55
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The epidemiological processes of fascioliasis, including the influence of anthropogenic factors (i.e. molluscicidal treatments, pasture management, drug therapy) were studied (based on field data obtained in the European USSR) and used to construct a mathematical model of fascioliasis. Using...

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Gurikhina, M. G.; Gorokhov, V. V.
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Vestnik Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennoĭ Nauki (Moskva), 1991, No. 4, pp 87-93
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Rediae and cercariae were observed in 2 of 2024 Lymnaea truncatula from Betsukai-cho in the Nemuro district. Experimental infection of L. truncatula was induced by miracidia of Fasciola sp. from Betsukai-cho; rediae and cercariae were observed in 90 and 6 of 150 snails, respectively. L. truncatula ...

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Nakaoka, Y.; Hasiba, T.; Takahashi, T.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1991, 44, 11, pp 1131-1134
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A total of 278 veterinarians throughout Kansas, USA, were sent mail-in survey forms asking specific questions relating to their experience with fasciolosis in their practice area. Replies were received from 178 (64%) veterinarians representing 6 practice types; one-third reported having seen cases...

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McKown, R. D.; Ridley, R. K.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1995, 56, 4, pp 281-291
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Monthly variation in the prevalence of Fasciola hepatica was studied over a period of 14 months (August 1989 to October 1990) in cattle raised in Redenção de Serra County, São Paulo, Brazil. Fascioliasis had a mean prevalence of 37.3% in the 200 animals examined, with the highest infection levels...

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Pile, E. A.; Bustamante, M. A.; Serra-Freire, N. M. da
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Parasitología al Día, 1994, 18, 3/4, pp 108-113
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Attempts at the biological control of L. truncatula by the introduction of the predatory snails Zonitoides nitidus, Oxychilus draparnaudi and/or Physa fontalis are discussed and the different methods used are considered. The difficulties and limitations of such programmes, carried out in the...

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Ximenes, T.; Rondelaud, D.; Mage, C.; Chermette, R.
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Point Vétérinaire, 1993, 24, 149, pp 55-61
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A geographic information system (GIS) model of habitat for Lymnaea bulimoides, the intermediate host of Fasciola hepatica and Calicophoron microbothrioides, on the Chenier Plain of southwest Louisiana, USA, was revised to incorporate broad (greater than 100 m) cheiner (relict beaches) along with...

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Zukowski, S. H.; Wilkerson, G. W.; Malone, J. B., Jr.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 47, 1/2, pp 51-65

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