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Faecal samples of ruminants (cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats) in the Kangra Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India, were examined for gastrointestinal parasites between October 1984 and September 1987. Of 1194 animals, 1017 (85%) were positive for various single or mixed infections. Fasciola sp. were...

Author(s)
Krishna, L.; Jithendran, K. P.; Vaid, J.
Citation
International Journal of Animal Sciences, 1989, 4, 2, pp 183-184
Abstract

Cattle, buffaloes and goats of West Bengal, India, were examined for Stephanofilaria assamensis infection with diagnosis made by clinical and microscopical examination. Of 6524 cattle, 1029 (15.77%) were positive for stephanofilariasis with the highest prevalence (18.38%) recorded in Midnapore...

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Roy, S.; Mishra, S. K.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 4, 2, pp 41-43
Abstract

Cattle, goats, pigs and dogs from the Bermo coalfield area in Bihar, India were examined for intestinal helminths. A list of the helminths collected is presented and includes 11 species found in the cattle examined, 10 from the goats, 3 from the pigs and 2 from the dogs. Ten species of trematodes...

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Sharma, R. K.
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Indian Journal of Helminthology, 1991, 43, 2, pp 100-103
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The prevalence rates for 15 nematode species found in 1986-1988 in livestock from Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Assam, India, are recorded. 4 species were found in cattle, 6 in goats and 6 in pigs. The most prevalent species in cattle, pigs and goats were Setaria cervi, Ascaris suum and Haemonchus ...

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Yadav, A. K.; Tandon, V.; Roy, B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Helminthology, 1989, 41, Supplement, pp 55-60
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....

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

The filarial nematodes encountered in Orissa, India, during postmortem examination of 87 sheep, 71 goats, 57 humped cattle, 28 fowls, 14 buffaloes, 8 Jersey bulls, 7 dogs, 2 cats and one camel, are reported. In addition, a further 1083 cattle and 817 buffaloes were examined from various villages in ...

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Patnaik, M. M.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1989, 66, 6, pp 573-574
Abstract

Cerebrospinal setariosis, or lumbar paralysis, caused by infection with S. digitata in sheep and goats results in serious economic losses in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Seasonal fluctuations of vector mosquitoes were studied using light traps from May to October during 1989 and 1990. The traps were...

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Hagiwara, S.; Suzuki, M.; Shirasaka, S.; Kurihara, T.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 1992, 43, 4, pp 291-295
Abstract

A series of studies on cerebrospinal filariasis of horses and goats were carried out in China, from 1962-1985. The causative agent was found to be Setaria digitata, which normally inhabits the peritoneal cavities of cattle. The intermediate hosts were found to be mosquitoes, mainly Anopheles...

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Han, G. C.; Huang, G. Q.; Zhu, Q. W.; Zhang, H. C.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1990, 16, 5, pp 7-9
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Author(s)
Thakuri, K. C.; Mahato, S. N.
Publisher
Pakhribas Agricultural Centre, Kathmandu, Nepal
Citation
Livestock in the hills of Nepal (Part 2)., 1990, pp 120
Abstract

The Amphistomatidae found on examination of 25 cattle, 29 buffaloes, 22 sheep and 11 goats from a Madras slaughterhouse, India, in 1979-1980 included Gastrothylax crumenifer, Orthocoelium sp., Calicophoron sp., Fischoederius elongatus, F. cobboldi, Cotylophoron sp., Olveria sp., Carmyerius sp. and ...

Author(s)
Lalitha, C. M.; Anandan, R.
Citation
Cheiron, 1986, 15, 6, pp 202-205

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