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To confirm that 'sudden death' in calves in Japan is caused by hyperinfection with Strongyloides papillosus (SPL), an experimental infection of SPL in calves was conducted. 15 Holstein Friesian calves, ranging from 45.5 to 85.6 kg in bwt, were divided into 6 groups. Calves of groups A, B, C, D, E,...

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Taira, N.; Nakamura, Y.; Tsuji, N.; Kubo, M.; Ura, S.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 42, 3/4, pp 247-256
Abstract

From June to November, 1986, a biweekly parasitological survey was carried out on calves on a farm, where sudden death due to an unknown cause had occurred since 1983; 20 newborn calves introduced on the farm at 4 different times (4 groups) were examined by the modified McMaster technique. ...

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Ideguchi, H.; Matsuda, M.; Taira, N.; Nishitateno, H.; Nishi, S.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 45, 10, pp 747-751
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In recent years, a total of 152 calves have died suddenly on 3 farms in the southern part of Japan which used sawdust as litter. Calves often died within a few minutes of a violent fall without showing previous clinical signs. On necropsy of these cases, only a slight lesion was observed, although...

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Taira, N.; Ura, S.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1991, 39, 3-4, pp 313-319
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Faecal examination of 56 Brahman × Kedan-Kelantan calves and their dams at the MARDI Research Station, Johor, Malaysia, showed varying levels of infection with nematodes and coccidia. 20.5% of dams were infected only with strongyles while 68% of calves had one or more species of parasites. ...

Author(s)
Ismail, D.
Citation
Mardi Research Bulletin, 1983, 11, 3, pp 351-359
Abstract

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
Abstract

Of 1626 female calves from Haryana State, India, 55.8% harboured parasitic infections, including strongyles (44.2%), Neoascaris [Toxocara] vitulorum (15.2%), Strongyloides papillosus (6.2%), and coccidia (5.1%). The incidence of infection with N. vitulorum, S. papillosus and coccidia showed a...

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Gupta, R. P.; Yadav, C. L.; Ghosh, J. D.
Citation
Agricultural Science Digest, India, 1985, 5, 1, pp 53-56
Abstract

Twenty-five Kedah-Kelantan calves were monitored for gastro- intestinal parasites at the Beef Unit of the Pertanian University, Malaysia, for one year from birth. The calves were with the dams for the whole duration of the study and grazed on improved legume-based pasture. All calves were given an...

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Chandrawathani, P.; Sani, R. A.
Citation
Jurnal Veterinar Malaysia, 1989, 1, 1, pp 27-31
Abstract

64 lambs in North Sumatra were used in a factorial experiment comprising systems of management (grazing and stall-feeding), 4 levels of legume supplementation (0, 250, 500 and 1000 g at 3.8 mg/kg body-weight Pueraria javanica) and 2 anthelmintic treatments (none and albendazole every 4 weeks). The...

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Handayani, S. W.; Gatenby, R. M.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1988, 20, 2, pp 122-128

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