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Post-mortem worm counts, plasma pepsinogen analyses and faecal egg counts as aids to the diagnosis of gastro-intestinal helminthiasis in sheep and cattle are briefly reviewed. Experiments showed a good correlation between individual egg and worm counts in young sheep (up to 12 months old) but not...

Author(s)
McKenna, P. B.
Citation
Proceedings of the 11th Seminar of the Sheep and Beef Cattle Society of the New Zealand Veterinary Association, Massey University, Palmerston North, 22-23 May 1981., 1981, pp 95-103
Abstract

Experimental infections of sheep showed that Haemonchus contortus caused increased levels of pepsinogen. The increase occurred earlier than in Ostertagia circumcincta infections. Experiments with naturally infected sheep have shown a direct relationship between the number of worms in the abomasum...

Author(s)
Kerboeuf, D.
Publisher
Reiseburo Kuoni AG., Zurich, Switzerland
Citation
Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, 24-26 June, 1980, Lucerne, Switzerland, Volume II., 1980, pp 181-184
Abstract

This paper is of interest inasmuch as the methods that have been employed for the eradication of the gross animal parasites in the United States are briefly reviewed and the possibilities of further success based on our present knowledge of the life histories of the parasites are discussed. The...

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Ransom, B. H.
Publisher
Government Printing Office., Washington, USA
Citation
Paper presented before the Second Pan American Scientific Congress, Washington, U.S. A. Dec. 27, 1915-Jan. 8, 1916., 1917, pp 10 pp.

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