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In the Karakalpak ASSR, Fasciola gigantica infection was recorded on average in 20% of sheep and 28.6% of cattle in the irrigated zones of the lower reaches of the Amudar'ya. Peaks of infection occurred in winter. The prevalence of infected Lymnaea auricularia ranged from 0.2% in May to 12% in...

Author(s)
Shakiev, E. Sh.; Soldatchenko, A. M.
Citation
Veterinariya, 1980, No.34, pp 36-38
Abstract

This paper on the epidemiology of taeniasis in the Pamir region of the Tadzhik SSR gives a detailed account of the incidence of Taenia saginata infection in man and of Cysticercus in cattle in geographically different areas, of the survival of ova in the environment, of the significance of...

Author(s)
Monisov, A. A.; Kondrashin, A. V.; Martynova, Z. I.
Publisher
Izdatel'stvo "IRFON"., Dushanbe, USSR
Citation
Sbornik nauchnykh trudov po teniarinkhozy., 1972, pp 98-144
Abstract

The authors have studied Thelazia infections in cattle in Uzbekistan, USSR, and report on their localization and pathogenic role, infection rates and intensities on collective farms, distribution of infection in lowland and foothill areas, effect of host age on incidence, frequency of infection of...

Author(s)
Tukhmanyants, A. A.; Shakhurina, E. A.
Citation
, Gel'minty zhivotnykh i rastenii Uzbekistana., 1968, pp 3-35
Abstract

In Uzbek SSR, Onchocerca gutturosa larvae were found only in Odagmia ornata and Friesia alajensis (although 21 simuliid species and some other blood-sucking insects were also examined). Microfilariae were recorded in a further 6 species of simuliids, 2 species of midges, Tabanus golovi and Hyalomma ...

Author(s)
Ivashkin, V. M.; Golovanov, V. I.
Citation
Trudy Gel'mintologicheskoi Laboratorii (Ekologiya i geografiya gel'mintov), 1974, 24, pp 40-46
Abstract

Further studies are described on the development of Setaria cervi, a nematode parasite of maral deer [Cervus elaphus maral], in Haematobosca (Haematobia) stimulans (Mg.) [cf. RAE/B 60, 1785]. Adult flies collected in eastern Kazakhstan (Soviet Union) in 1969-70 were fed three times on blood from...

Author(s)
Drobishchenko, N. I.; Shol', V. A.
Citation
Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Kazakhskoi SSR, Biologicheskaya, 1973, No. 5, pp 20-24

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