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This is an English translation of a book that was first published in Spanish in 1982. The topics dealt with, in comprehensive fashion, include the adverse effects of Boophilus microplus on its hosts and on the tanning industry, the taxonomy, morphology, physiology, life-cycle and control of this...

Author(s)
Nuñez, J. L.; Muñoz-Cobeñas, M. E.; Moltedo, H. L.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Boophilus microplus, the common cattle tick., 1985, pp xiv + 204 pp.
Abstract

This book is the result of a workshop on the control of theileriosis in eastern, central and southern Africa, held at the Lilongwe Hotel, Malawi, in 1988. Originally intended as a review article on the epidemiology of theileriosis in Africa, with the objective of rationalizing the differences in...

Author(s)
Norval, R. A. I.; Perry, B. D.; Young, A. S.
Publisher
Academic Press Limited, London, UK
Citation
The epidemiology of theileriosis in Africa., 1992, pp xiii + 481 pp.
Abstract

This publication, the 2nd of 2 volumes on the control of ticks and tick-borne diseases, contains 11 chapters on the epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of tick-borne diseases of livestock. The subjects covered include: laboratory and clinical diagnosis of the diseases and identification of...

Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy
Citation
Ticks and tick-borne disease control. A practical field manual. Volume II. Tick-borne disease control., 1984, pp v + 300-621pp.
Abstract

Babesia divergens appears to be a valid species, distinct from B. bovis. The Theileria sp. of Japanese cattle is distinct from T. mutans and the Theileria sp. occurring in Australia; it can be transmitted by Haemaphysalis bispinosa. T. lawrencei can be transmitted by Rhipicephalus simus. T. parva...

Author(s)
Neitz, W. O.
Citation
Report. 2nd Meet. FAO/OIE Panel Tick-borne Dis. Cairo 1962, 1963, pp 34-35 pp.
Abstract

Dimethoate (Am. Cyanamid 12, 880) used i/m as a 50% soln. at 25 mg./kg. gave very good control of Oestrus ovis, especially in the first instar, but this compound is only available experimentally so far.
Boophilus microplus ticks were found in Florida and all affected farms quarantined; the final...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Florida,
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1958, 1959, pp 187-191 pp.
Abstract

Protozoal diseases transmitted by Boophilus ticks are epidemic among cattle in northern Caucasia, Transcaucasia and the Central Asian republics. In Belorussia alone during 1956 there were 56, 000 cases of piroplasmosis. Tick control measures have steadily reduced incidence, but no up to date...

Author(s)
Kolabskii, N. A.; Gaidukov, A. K.; Tarver-Dyan, T. N.; Peskov, N. M.
Citation
Sbornik Rabot Konf. Protozool. Probl., 1961, pp 202-207
Abstract

Five forms of tick toxicosis are known. Tick paralysis, due to a neurotoxin, can be transmitted by at least 20 ixodid and 4 argasid ticks; although immunity is brief, a hyperimmune serum has been produced in Australia for use in man and dogs. Three strains of Hyalomma truncatum can serve as vectors ...

Author(s)
Neitz, W. O.
Publisher
Cairo,
Citation
Rep. 2nd Meet FAO/ O1E Panel Tick-borne Dis., 1963, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

In Central America, the economic loss in cattle infested with D. hominis and ticks can be over $60 per animal. An intensive campaign against these parasites would cost an estimated $4.5-5 per animal yearly. The author carried out trials with 4 parasiticides in a small number of cattle in Costa...

Author(s)
Müller, O.
Citation
Informe a los Gob-iernos de Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua y Venezuela sobre lucha contra el torsalo (Dennatobia hominis L.) y las garrapatas (Boophilus spp. y Amblyomma spp.) en Centroamerica., 1962, pp 16 pp.
Abstract

Cattle-The incidence of MASTITIS (mainly streptococcal and staphylococcal) is high. ANTHRAX is endemic in certain regions and voluntary vaccination is the method of control. TUBERCULOSIS, though increasing, is considered of secondary importance; its incidence is highest in Guatemala. BRUCELLOSIS is ...

Author(s)
Andersen, E. H.
Publisher
Rome: Food & Agriculture Organization of United Nations.,
Citation
Informe a los gobiernos de Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras. Nicaragua y Panama sobre sanidad animal, lucha contra las enfermedades del ganado y prevention de éstas en America Central y Panama., 1962, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

There were ten outbreaks of ANTHRAX, chiefly in sheep and cattle.
Non-pathogenic mycobacteria were isolated from cattle which reacted to the tuberculin test but which had no visible lesions.
A case of JOHNE'S DISEASE was confirmed P.M. in an imported bull which had given three negative reactions to ...

Author(s)
HINDMARSH, W. L.
Publisher
Sydney: A. H. Pettifer, Govt. Printer,
Citation
Livestock health report No. 26, recording the incidence of disease in stock and the research work accomplished during the year ended 30th June, 1950., 1953, pp 15 pp.

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