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Investigations carried out on trematode parasites affecting cattle and buffaloes in Ismailia Governorate, Egypt, revealed Fasciola sp. in 6.95% and 16.2% of the animals respectively. Paramphistomum sp. was found in 43.8% of cattle and 9% of buffaloes. During these studies it was found that 85% of ...

Author(s)
El-Refaii, A. H.
Citation
Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, 1993, 23, 1, pp 239-246
Abstract

A survey was done between 1979 and 1981 of Fasciola, Paramphistomum, gastrointestinal nematodes and theileriosis in 397 cattle herds of the Dinka (315), Fellata (74) and unidentified (eight) tribes of southern Sudan. The apparent prevalences were below 51% for all herds. The local breed differences ...

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Majok, A. A.; Zessin, K. H.; Baumann, M. P. O.; Farver, T. B.
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Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 1993, 15, 1, pp 25-33
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A total of 3534 faecal samples from buffalo and cattle calves were collected from the Livestock Experimental Station, Bahadurnagar (Okara), Qadirabad (Sahiwal) and various villages of District Okara, Pakistan. 250 of 1732 (14.4%) samples from calves < 1 year of age and 129 of 1802 (7.2%) samples from calves ≥1 to 3 years of age were positive for gastrointestinal parasites. Oesophagostomum radiatum was the most common...

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Javed, S.; Ahmad, R.; Anjum, R.; Saeed-ur-Rehman
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Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 1993, 13, 2, pp 88-89
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Eighty fresh faecal samples of wild Cervidae and Bovidae (30 Antilope cervicapra, 18 Cervus porcinus, 10 Boselaphus tragocamelus, 8 Ovis musimon, 8 Gazella gazella and 6 C. axis) collected from a wildlife breeding centre at Faisalabad, Pakistan, were examined for endoparasites. 32 (40% prevalence)...

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Hayat, C. S.; Maqbool, A.; Hayat, B.; Badar, N.; Lateef, M.
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Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 1998, 30, 3, pp 269-270
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An investigation on enteric parasitic infection was carried out using data collected from faecal samples from farm and field cattle and buffaloes of different ages. The prevalence of infection was higher among field animals than farm animals. Strongylids and Moniezia sp. ova were the most common...

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Hassan, M. G.; El-Bahi, M. M.
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Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1992, 27, 54, pp 88-98
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Based on the results of the authors' investigations and information in the literature, the role of manure as a vector for endoparasites, especially in houses of intensive cattle and pig production, is discussed. In cattle houses manure is significant as a vector for Eimeria species, Cryptosporidium ...

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Hiepe, T.; Buchwalder, R.
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Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1991, 98, 7, pp 268-272
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A total of 1780 random faecal samples were collected from sheep, goats, cattle and camels in different regions of Oman, and examined for parasites. The most widespread parasite, Eimeria sp., found in 61.8% of the samples, caused wasting, debility and diarrhoea, especially in young livestock. Of the ...

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Tawfik, M. A. A.; Al-Sumry, H. S.
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World Animal Review, 1991, No. 66, pp 64-67
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The storage of animal excreta and their effluent creates a concentration of infectious agents which may contaminate healthy animals from the same herd or from neighbouring herds, and even people. Under certain conditions, bacteria are able to multiply in effluent from stock housing and 2 groups...

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Vallet, A.
Citation
Fourrages, 1994, No. 140, pp 431-442
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Many parasitic diseases of man and animals are directly or indirectly influenced by weather, yet the relationship between prevalence and meteorological variables is poorly understood. Site-specific population models, constructed from experimental data, can be combined with computer simulation...

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Gettinby, G.; Byrom, W.
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 1991, 11, 3-4, pp 293-308
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Studies on the spatial and seasonal prevalence of gastro-intestinal parasites of cattle and buffaloes in dairy co-operatives of Mysore and Mandya districts (Karnataka State), India, were carried out. 15 934 faecal samples (11 082 from Mysore and 4852 from Mandya) were examined for cysts and/or ova. ...

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Muraleedharan, K.; Ziauddin, K. S.; Hussain, P. M.; Puttabyattappa, B.; Seshadri, S. J.
Citation
Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1990, 3, 1&2, pp 92-97

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