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In PM examination of 392 cattle aged up to 2 years between January 1986 and December 1990, death due to massive infection with one or more helminth species was diagnosed in 228 animals. Mortality caused by gastrointestinal helminthiasis was 58.2% followed by fascioliasis (37.7%), mixed fluke...

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Hossein, M. I. H.; Hossain, M. M.; Hannan, B. M. A.; Wadud, A.
Citation
Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, 1992, 21, 1/2, pp 127-129
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Examination of faecal samples from 108 cattle revealed strongyles in 84 (78%), Paramphistomum in 56 (52%), Fasciola in 14 (13%), Moniezia in 4 (4%) and Capillaria in 2 (2%). Trichostrongylus, Cooperia, Mecistocirrus and Oesophagostomum were the principal strongyles present.

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Tarmudji; Siswansyah, D. D.; Adiwinata, G.
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Penyakit Hewan, 1988, 20, 35, pp 23-26
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Thakuri, K. C.; Mahato, S. N.
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Pakhribas Agricultural Centre, Kathmandu, Nepal
Citation
Livestock in the hills of Nepal (Part 2)., 1990, pp 120
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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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One hundred and seventy-six cattle, 148 buffaloes and 74 goats in the Port Blair district, Andaman Islands, India, were surveyed for helminth parasites between 1975 and 1977. Stephanofilaria was the most common parasite in cattle (38% infected) and buffaloes (25%) but was not found in goats. ...

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Rao, J. R.; Deorani, V. P. S.
Citation
Journal of the Andaman Science Association, 1988, 4, 2, pp 143-144
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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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A faecal survey of intestinal parasitic infections in 340 young (< 6 months) buffalo calves in Haryana, India, revealed one or more helminth or coccidian parasites in 73.8% of cases. Toxocara vitulorum was the predominant infection (41.2%) followed by Eimeria spp. (27.1%) and Strongyloides spp....

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Gupta, S. K.; Chhabra, M. B.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1990, 14, 3, pp 194-197
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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
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The incidence of eight parasitic infections was studied in 365 exotic and crossbred cattle on six farms. The range of incidence found on individual farms was theileriasis 3.5-12%, coccidiosis 3.3-12.5%, balantidiosis 10.5-76.2%, strongylosis 3-18.7%, amphistomiosis 0-27.5%, monieziasis 0-12.5%,...

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Kulkarni, D.; Mahender, M.; Padmavati, P.; Raghavan, R. S.; Sangvikar, V. A.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, Bangalore, India, 1981, 6, 11, pp 59-61
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In Hissar, India, 52.5% of 1151 buffalo calves were found to have Neoascaris vitulorum eggs in their faeces. The eggs appeared from 11 days after birth. The prevalence of infection peaked at 77.1% in 46- to 53-day-old calves and was lower (35.7%) in 81- to 90-day-old calves. Strongyloides...

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Baruah, P. K.; Singh, R. P.; Bali, M. K.; Vashistha, M. S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1981, 5, 2, pp 74-75

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