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Three-month-old fully susceptible cross-bred calves were immunised against tropical theileriosis by treating 2-tick or 5-tick stabilate-induced Theileria annulata infections, with one or 2 doses of long-acting oxytetracycline at 20 mg/kg body-weight injected subcutaneously, or chlortetracycline at...

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Gill, B. S.; Bhattacharyulu, Y.; Kaur, D.; Singh, A.
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 1978, 8, 6, pp 467-469
Abstract

During the year in the Division of Helminth Diseases, studies were carried out into cysticerciasis (mainly using Hymenolepis nana in mice as a laboratory model) and fascioliasis. These included immunogenicity of H. nana oncospheres in calves, the infectivity of H. nana for mice, the fate of...

Citation
Record of Research. Annual report 1975 of the East African Veterinary Research Organization., 1978, pp 123 pp.
Abstract

The identification of 51 genera and 61 species of nematode is reported from Haryana, India. Studies of Anguina tritici on wheat were made. The incidence of Heterodera avenae infestations in the State was surveyed. Pot experiments on yield loss and H. avenae biology were made and cultural, chemical...

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Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, India
Citation
First decade 1970-80. HAU on the march., 1980, pp [vi] + 184 pp.
Abstract

Nineteen Israeli Friesian calves were inoculated simultaneously with T. annulata stabilate prepared from infected ticks and with 10 or 20 mg/kg of oxytetracycline. The calves continued to receive daily inoculations of the drug for two, four, eight or 12 days beginning from the day of infection. All ...

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Pipano, E.; Samish, M.; Kriegel, Y.; Yeruham, I.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 137, 4, pp 416-420

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