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Lung specimens collected from 2 slaughtered cattle infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus were examined histopathologically. In the first case, lesions were observed in the posterior lobe of the left lung and the pathological features suggested that the disease was between the terminal stage of...

Author(s)
Ashizawa, H.; Moritomo, Y.
Citation
Proceedings of Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu Tokai University, 1990, 9, pp 67-74
Abstract

A group of 50 Holstein calves were grazed in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, during the summer and spring (June 1983 to December 1984) and the following helminths were recovered from their faeces: Cooperia oncophora, C. punctata, Dictyocaulus viviparus, Mecistocirrus digitatus, Nematodirus sp., ...

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Miyoshi, M.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1986, 39, 4, pp 227-233
Abstract

Intestinal parasites were collected from 113 heifers (62 grazing, 51 housed) on Hachijo Island, Japan, and examined. Gastrointestinal nematodes of 11 species (10 genera) were found in 88 of the cows (77.9%). Ostertagia ostertagi was found in 28 cows (31.8%), Oesophagostomum radiatum in 16 (18.2%), ...

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Suzuki, K.; Inoue, I.; Kurihara, T.; Iizima, M.; Tanaka, T.; Toritani, Y.; Ohkubo, T.; Kishida, K.
Citation
Bulletin of the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Nihon University, 1992, No. 49, pp 68-72
Abstract

In Hokkaido, Japan, a few infective larvae of Dictyocaulus viviparus survived the winter, but showed a decrease in infectivity. In 5 experiments conducted during 4 springs, young susceptible calves were grazed on plots contaminated with D. viviparus 7 to 8 months previously. In only one experiment...

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Ito, S. et al.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1977, 30, 6, pp 326-329
Abstract

Four experiments were conducted, 2 in the summer and 2 in the winter, in which 2 healthy calves were maintained for a month with a calf discharging D. viviparus larvae in the faeces. In all experiment except one in the winter, the calves became infected.

Author(s)
Ito, S.; Taniguchi, R.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1976, 29, 11, pp 616-619
Abstract

The distribution of Dictyocaulus viviparus among 1,528 cattle grazing on 13 pastures in Hokkaido, Japan, was investigated. Lungworms were observed in 12 pastures. The infection rate was 0.6, 28.8 and 8.7% in the early, middle and late grazing period respectively. The rate was higher in cattle...

Author(s)
Ito, S.; Kagota, K.; Hirasawa, K.; Kudo, T.; Taniguchi, R.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1972, 25, 12, pp 729-732
Abstract

In May and June 1973, 202 6-month-old cattle were transferred from Hokkaido, Japan, to a pasture with an area of 54 hectares in Fukushima Prefecture. In the period August-October, 95 animals died, mainly of dictyocauliasis, and surviving animals were treated by tetramisole, which showed good...

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Sakamoto, R.; Takano, M.; Yamori, T.; Konuma, M.; Kimura, I.; Shioi, H.; Suda, B.; Kawarada, Y.
Citation
Veterinary World, 1974, No. 106, pp 49-52
Abstract

During a period of August and September, 36 of 96 male calves died of lungworm infection in a pasture of Shizuoka, central Japan. Remaining calves (93% positive by the faecal examination) were treated by tetramisole (15 mg/kg body-weight per os), the anthelmintic efficacy of which was 98%.

Author(s)
Takei, K.; Akimoto, S.; Yamada, H.; Mori, M.; Otoshi, K.; Kiuchi, H.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Tokyo, 1973, 582, pp 27-29
Abstract

In Japan, the lungworms known to cause parasitic bronchitis include Metastrongylus pudentotectus and M. apri (combined infection), Dictyocaulus filaria, D. viviparus, Muellerius capillaris and Protostrongylus spp. Atmospheric conditions do not influence the occurrence of Metastrongylus infections,...

Author(s)
Ueno, H.
Citation
Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, 1974, 8, 4, pp 235-241
Abstract

The author traces the relationship between the spread of parasites and the geological and hydrological conditions of the pastures in which the hosts graze. Infection with Fasciola hepatica occurs especially on the pastures where the ground is calcareous [muddy, damp and peaty, where bogs are often...

Author(s)
OBITZ, K.
Citation
Wiadomosci Weterynaryjne, 1932, 11, pp 97-104

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