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Abstract

The studies that may be used to estimate the economic, productive and reproductive losses caused by fascioliasis in cattle and buffaloes in Asia are reviewed.

Author(s)
Copeman, D. B.; Copland, R. S.
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
Citation
Overcoming liver fluke as a constraint to ruminant production in South-East Asia, 2008, pp 21-36
Abstract

The recommendations for the chemical, biological, vector and environmental management of fascioliasis in cattle and buffaloes in Asia are presented.

Author(s)
Copland, R. S.; Skerratt, L. F.
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
Citation
Overcoming liver fluke as a constraint to ruminant production in South-East Asia, 2008, pp 55-68
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

A total of 8580 sheep on 85 farms and 2190 cattle on 48 farms, employing all-year-round pasture maintenance, from 11 districts of the Dzhambul region of Kazakhstan were examined for trematodes. The prevalence rates for adult and young animals in 4 different desert, steppe and mountain zones are...

Author(s)
Usenbaev, A. E.; Petrov, V. S.
Citation
Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K. I. Skryabina, 1989, No. 51, pp 82-83
Abstract

A survey was conducted to determine the prevalence of Fasciola infection in cattle in Karachi, Pakistan, between February 1984 and July 1985. Examination of 5919 livers from slaughtered buffaloes, cattle and oxen revealed that a total of 8.49% of animals were infected with either Fasciola hepatica...

Author(s)
Bilqees, F. M.; Alam, M. A.
Citation
Proceedings of Parasitology, 1991, 11, pp 71-77
Abstract

Comparisons were made between F. hepatica from Chonnam (Korea) and Oregon (USA) by isoelectric focusing (IEF) of whole-body protein. Adult F. hepatica were recovered from bile ducts of Korean native cattle. Whole-body protein of the flukes was subjected to IEF, and the banding patterns of the fluke ...

Author(s)
Lee, C. G.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Wee, S. H.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 42, 3/4, pp 311-316
Abstract

The prevalence of Fasciola, Schistosoma and paramphistome infections in 150 randomly selected cattle from rural areas of Dhaka, Bangladesh was determined. Faecal examination revealed the overall prevalence to be 21% for Fasciola, 8% for Schistosoma and 46% for paramphistomes. Significant seasonal...

Author(s)
Howlader, M. M. R.; Chowdhury, S. M. Z. H.; Taimur, M. J. F. A.; Jahan, S.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1990, 7, 1, pp 45-47
Abstract

Based on fecal examination, it was found that out of 123 crossbred dairy cattle, 3-10 years of age and of both sexes, 57 (46.34%) were infected with fascioliasis and amphistomiasis. 25 randomly selected animals were divided into 5 groups of 5 each and treated with: niclofolan (Bilevon-R) at 4 mg/kg ...

Author(s)
Islam, M. A.; Samad, M. A.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1989, 6, 1, pp 27-32
Abstract

In Kashmir, India, 85.1% of cattle, 51.3% of sheep and 14.8% of goats from a total of 333 animals examined at necropsy were infected with Fasciola spp. The prevalence rate varied from 66.6 to 100%, 25.0 to 100% and 0 to 66.0% in cattle, sheep and goats respectively in different months of the year. ...

Author(s)
Sharma, R. L.; Dhar, D. N.; Raina, O. K.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1989, 145, 1, pp 57-61
Abstract

This paper gives an overview of diseases in yaks, based on the small amount of published literature and on observations made by the author (based primarily on verbal accounts by owners, breeders and veterinarians). The first part covers infectious diseases: foot-and-mouth disease, rinderpest,...

Author(s)
Lensch, J. H.; Geilhausen, H. E.
Publisher
Qinghai People's Publishing House, Xining, China
Citation
Yak production in Central Asian highlands. Proceedings of the second international congress on Yak, Xining, China, 1-6 September, 1997., 1997, pp 223-228

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