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Abstract

The interactions of host, vector and parasite in bovine trypanosomiasis transmission cycles in southwest Nigeria are not yet well understood. Trypanosoma (Trypanosomatida: Trypanosomatidae) species infection prevalences and bloodmeal sources were determined in transmitting vectors of the genera ...

Author(s)
Odeniran, P. O.; Macleod, E. T.; Ademola, I. O.; Welburn, S. C.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 2019, 33, 2, pp 269-281
Abstract

Vector control is important to effectively prevent trypanosomiasis. Therefore, alighting and feeding responses of trypanosome-transmitting vectors were conducted in Nigeria. The aim of this study was to assess the landing preference, level of fly annoyance on cattle, and feeding behavior by direct...

Author(s)
Odeniran, P. O.; Ademola, I. O.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Cary, USA
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 2018, 55, 6, pp 1594-1601
AbstractFull Text

Coccidiosis has been considered the third most important parasitic disease in cattle, although some investigators have overlooked it as one of the causes of scours in calves. Coccidiosis causes significant economic losses due to reduced performance, death from direct infections, and by predisposing ...

Author(s)
Danbirni, S.; Kaltungo, B. Y.; Sulaiman, M. M.; Ememe, M. U.; Mikail, H. G.; Saidu, S. N. A.
Publisher
National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI), Vom, Nigeria
Citation
Vom Journal of Veterinary Science, 2017, 12, pp 75-79
AbstractFull Text

Neosporosis is a disease of cattle caused by Neospora caninum, an apicomplexan protozoan parasite transmitted via consumption of feed or water contaminated viable oocyst or by vertical transmission to foetus during pregnancy. It is considered a major emerging cause of reproductive failure in cattle ...

Author(s)
Ayinmode, A. B.
Publisher
National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI), Vom, Nigeria
Citation
Vom Journal of Veterinary Science, 2016, 11, pp 97-103
Abstract

The prevalence of bovine trypanosomiasis in the area of Damboa, Borno State, Nigeria, was investigated. A total of 151 blood samples was collected from 11 sedentary herds of cattle between February and April 1992. About 3 ml of blood was collected from each animal. The overall prevalence of...

Author(s)
Ahmed, M. I.; Osiyemi, T. I. O.; Ardo, M. B.
Citation
Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 1994, 21, 1/2, pp 186-187
Abstract

In the tropical rain forest zone of Southern Nigeria, Fulani zebus which had been settled in the area for at least 3 years were investigated for the incidence of trypanosomes. Blood samples taken from 414 cattle were tested. 230 adult Fulani men, randomly picked at bush locations were questioned...

Author(s)
Wosu, L. O.; Nwanta, J. A.
Citation
Beiträge zur Tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinärmedizin, 1992, 30, 2, pp 193-197
Abstract

A comparison of the symptomatology, haematology and prevalence of trypanosomiasis in 81 Holstein Friesian cattle (52 adults, 29 calves) and 20 White Zebu (all adults), exposed to natural infections on a ranch in a rain forest zone of Nigeria, is presented. 23 (44%) of the adult Friesians had...

Author(s)
Anene, B. M.; Chime, A. B.; Jibike, G. I.; Anika, S. M.
Citation
Angewandte Parasitologie, 1991, 32, 2, pp 99-104
Abstract

An outbreak of tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis in Bassa Local Government Area of Jos Plateau, Nigeria, is described. The outbreak was reported in September 1987 by the resident Fulani community. Tsetse flies had first been noticed 10 months previously. Among cattle herds, milk yield had halved...

Author(s)
Kalu, A. U.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1991, 23, 4, pp 215-216
Abstract

Author(s)
Ilemobade, A. A.
Publisher
International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases, Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
Recent developments in the control of anaplasmosis, babesiosis and cowdriosis, 1992, pp 43-47
Abstract

Author(s)
Ilemobade, A. A.; Ogunyemi, O.; David-West, K. B.; Onyima, V. C.
Citation
Publication - International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control, 1991, No.115, pp 292-294

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