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Ticks (Acari: Ixodida) are an important group of ectoparasites of vertebrates. Most species are known vectors of diseases including Lyme disease, Q fever, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever. A 3-year research was conducted in Antalya, Turkey, to determine tick species composition, seasonal...

Author(s)
Koc, S.; Ayḋin, L.; Cetİn, H.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2015, 114, 7, pp 2581-2586
Abstract

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is an increasing health concern in Turkey since 2002. There were also some recent human cases from the South Marmara region of Turkey; thus, a tick survey was performed, and possible vector tick species for the CCHF virus were determined in the region. A total ...

Author(s)
Yesİlbag, K.; Aydİn, L.; Dİncer, E.; Alpay, G.; Gİrİsgİn, A. O.; Tuncer, P.; Ozkul, A.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Experimental and Applied Acarology, 2013, 60, 2, pp 253-261
Abstract

The prevalence of theileriosis was studied in 857 cattle from Konya province, Turkey, between May 1993 and April 1995. Blood and lymph smears were stained by Giemsa and examined microscopically. In addition, jugular blood samples from 99 cattle were examined for Theileria antibodies using indirect...

Author(s)
Handemİr, E.; Dİk, B.
Citation
Veterinarium, 1998, 9, 1, pp 32-38
Abstract

Each month, between September, 1993, and August, 1994, blood samples were examined from 20 cattle less than a year old and from 20 over a year old. In the indirect fluorescence antibody test, 8 (3%) and 31 (13%) of those less than and over a year old were positive, whereas in microscopic...

Author(s)
Zeybek, H.; Yaralı, C.; Dündar, B.
Citation
Etlik Veteriner Mikrobiyoloji Dergisi, 1995, 8, 1/2, pp 69-79
Abstract

Between December, 1988, and December, 1990, indirect fluorescent antibody tests were carried out on 544 serum samples collected from 76 cattle on 6 farms in Samsun province; 47 cattle had antibodies to Babesia bigemina, 34 to B. bovis, 57 to B. divergens and 48 to Theileria annulata. Babesia spp....

Author(s)
Dinçer, Ș.; Sayın, F.; Karaer, Z.; Çakmak, A.; Friedhoff, K. T.; Müller, İ.; İnci, A.; Yukarı, B. A.; Eren, H.
Citation
Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi, Üniversitesi Ankara, 1991, 38, 1-2, pp 206-226
Abstract

The importance of livestock production in Turkey is stressed: there are 12 million cattle and buffaloes, and 47 million sheep and goats, providing 35% of the agricultural production. The ticks (Hyalomma spp., Rhipicephalus spp., Haemaphysalis spp., Dermacentor spp., Boophilus spp., Ixodes ricinus...

Author(s)
Çetİndağ, M.
Citation
Türkiye Parazitoloji Dergisi, 1996, 20, 2, pp 293-300
Abstract

During examination of cattle in Pasakoy village in the Kartal district of Istanbul, Turkey, in 1980, 717 ticks were found, of which 96.79% were Boophilus annulatus (Say), 1.95% were Haemaphysalis spp., 0.83% were Ixodes spp, 0.27 were Rhipicephalus bursa C. & F. and 0.13% were Dermacentor sp. In...

Author(s)
Goksu, K.; Tuzer, E.
Citation
Istanbul Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi, 1982, 8, 1, pp 1-7
Abstract

A survey was carried out in 1979-80 in Elazığ Province in Turkey to determine the distribution, incidence and seasonal fluctuations of ticks infesting cattle, sheep and goats; 12 species were collected from 302 buildings housing domestic animals. Infestation rates were 14-57% in cattle (mainly with ...

Author(s)
Sayın, F.; Dumanlı, N.
Citation
Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, 1982, 29, 3/4, pp 344-362
Abstract

A study of cattle from the middle Black Sea region of Turkey showed Babesia bovis to be the commonest blood parasite. Administration of Berenil (3.5 mg/kg) successfully controlled babesiosis in infected cattle and prevented infection when given to healthy animals.

Author(s)
Celep, A.
Citation
Etlik Veteriner Mikrobiyoloji Enstitusu Dergisi, 1979, 5, 1/3, pp 8-16
Abstract

On microscopic examination of blood smears from 80 cattle and three buffaloes, babesia infections were found in six cattle showing typical symptoms (three were infected with B. bigemina and three with B. bovis); symptomless Theileria annulata infections were found in 16 cattle. The ticks collected...

Author(s)
GöKsu, K.
Citation
Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. Ankara University, 1968, 15, pp 46-57

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