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Cover for Indigenous livestock resources in a changing climate: Indian perspective.

Biological diversity, the variability of life on earth, exists in the form of different species and breeds within the animal kingdom. This diversity is created in the process of molecular/biochemical/metabolic reactions, and acts as a critical measure of adaptation in changing climatic conditions....

Author(s)
Ahlawat, S. P. S.; Pushpendra Kumar; Kush Shrivastava; Sahoo, N. R.
ISBN
2015 CABI (H ISBN 9781780644325)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

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...

Author(s)
Javed, S.; Ahmad, R.; Anjum, R.; Saeed-ur-Rehman
Citation
Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 1993, 13, 2, pp 88-89
Abstract

Publisher
International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR), Cavite, Philippines
Citation
Ethnoveterinary medicine in Asia: an information kit on traditional animal health care practices. 2: Ruminants., 1994, pp vii + 143 pp.
Abstract

The prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in dairy cattle and buffaloes of Bangalore and Kolar districts of Karnataka, India, was studied based on examination of 7458 faecal samples, 6131 from cattle and 1327 from buffaloes. A 36.25 and 42.12% infection rate was observed in cattle and buffaloes...

Author(s)
Jagannath, M. S.; D'Souza, P. E.; Rahman, S. A.
Citation
Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1989, 23, 1, pp 78-81
Abstract

Seven hundred and fifty faecal samples from mithun cattle on 2 government farms in eastern Bhutan were collected over 6 years (1983-1989) and examined for parasite infections. 56% of samples were positive for parasites which included Dicrocoelium spp., Fasciola spp., Gastrodiscus spp., ...

Author(s)
Win, T.; Dhungyel, O. P.; Khatri, G.
Citation
Bhutan Journal of Animal Husbandry, 1991, 12, 1, pp 81-84
Abstract

Records of 91 562 clinical cases (75 412 cattle and 16 150 buffaloes) seen in 1985-1990 at the veterinary hospitals of 4 Koshi hill districts showed that the major clinical conditions were: parasitic diseases (37 521 cattle, 11 766 buffaloes), infectious diseases (22 741 and 469, respectively), and ...

Author(s)
Thakuri, K. C.; Mahato, S. N.; Thakur, R. P.
Citation
Veterinary Review (Kathmandu), 1992, 7, 2, pp 41-46
Abstract

The prevalences of helminth and protozoal infections in buffaloes, cattle, sheep, goats, dogs and poultry in the Periyar district, India, are reported, based on material submitted to the Livestock Research and Development Centre of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, from May 1981 to April 1985....

Author(s)
Punniamurthy, N.; Karunamoorthy, G.; Rameshkumar, B.; Nagarajan, S.
Citation
Cheiron, 1988, 17, 5, pp 197-199
Abstract

A survey of gastrointestinal parasites occurring in dairy cattle and buffaloes in Bangalore and the Mysore Milk Unions of KDDC Project area covering 4 districts of India, was undertaken. The 6726 and 2321 faecal samples screened from cattle and buffaloes revealed 30.01 and 29.59% and 32.81 and...

Author(s)
Jagannath, M. S.; D'Souza, P. E.; Rahman, S. A.
Citation
Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1988, 22, 1, pp 91-96
Abstract

Parasites were found in the faeces of 4335 (64.87%) of 6569 cattle and 1697 (69.54%) of 2459 buffaloes in the Mysore and Mandya districts in Karnataka, India. Mixed infections of Paramphistomidae and Fasciola, followed by Paramphistomidae and Buxtonella were the most common. Prevalence was...

Author(s)
D'Souza, P. E.; Jagannath, M. S.; Abdul Rahman, S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1988, 58, 7, pp 748-752
Abstract

This information kit is a welcome addition to the growing number of publications in the field of traditional veterinary medicine and practices. It is particularly useful in covering a neglected area in veterinary extension work: the use of traditional medicines and medicinal plants. The kit...

Publisher
International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR), Cavite, Philippines
Citation
Ethnoveterinary medicine in Asia: an information kit on traditional animal health care practices., 1994, pp iii + 145 pp.

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