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Six cases of T. vitulorum infection in calves in Japan from 1982 to 1988 are described. The cases occurred sporadically in Kysushu district in southern Japan and other calves in the farms showed no signs of T. vitulorum infection. Five were in Japanese Black and one in a Japanese brown. 4 were...

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Taira, N.; Ito, Y.; Ogawa, C.; Fujita, J.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1991, 53, 4, pp 721-723
Abstract

In studies with Holstein and Japanese Black cattle in 1983-1984, diseases were found only in the first grazing season. Theileria sergenti infection was found only in Holstein cattle, while Japanese Black cattle had higher incidences of gastroenteritis and dermatitis than Holsteins. The incidence of ...

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Terui, S.; Kariya, Y.; Terada, Y.; Ito, Y.; Furukawa, R.
Citation
Bulletin of the National Grassland Research Institute, Japan, 1987, No. 36, pp 35-43
Abstract

In Tochigi Prefecture, none of 17 adult overwintering H. longicornis showed theilerial bodies in the salivary glands. However 19 of 186 nymphs did show infection with increasing numbers and amount of protozoan masses from October to February. A splenectomized calf exposed to 40 overwintering nymphs ...

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Fujisaki, K.; Ito, Y.; Kamio, T.; Kitaoka, S.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1985, 79, 5, pp 519-524
Abstract

A Holstein and a Japanese cow were tethered 5 m apart on a plains pasture on Honshu, Japan. Tabanids landing on each cow were collected for 1 h (10.00-11.00 h) at 10-day intervals from 17 April to 24 November, 1978, and from 16 April to 4 December 1979. For comparison, a mosquito net baited with...

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Ito, Y.; Matsumura, T.
Citation
JARQ (Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly), 1987, 21, 3, pp 198-204
Abstract

Traps baited with carbon dioxide were used during the grazing seasons of 1980 and 1981 to monitor populations of Diptera attacking cattle on montane pasture near Shiobara, Tochigi, Japan. The 48 species caught comprised 21 species of Tabanidae, the most abundant being Tabanus nipponicus (75% of the ...

Author(s)
Matsumura, T.; Ito, Y.
Citation
Bulletin of the National Grassland Research Institute, Japan, 1985, No. 30, pp 60-70

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