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S. labiatopapillosa infections in cattle in the Uzbek SSR showed seasonal peaks in winter and spring. The infection rate of the vector, Aedes caspius, was 0.18-0.30%. Factors influencing infection rates in cattle are discussed.

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.; Siddikov, B. Kh.
Publisher
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty kak komponenty nazemnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1987, pp 133-138
Abstract

The prevalence and intensity rates are tabulated for 26 species of helminths recorded during a systematic survey (1981-83) of cattle in 13 administrative districts of the Bukhara and Navoiĭsk regions, Uzbek SSR. Trematodes were present in 22.4%, cestodes in 51.7% and nematodes in 93.1%. Unilocular...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.
Citation
Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1985, No.6, pp 33-36
Abstract

Over 2000 cattle and 14 species of Diptera were examined for the presence of Thelazia in 8 districts of Uzbekistan, USSR. In cattle the prevalence ranged from 5.8 to 30.7% according to the region; T. rhodesi, T. gulosa, T. skrjabini and T. petrovi were recorded, with different species dominating in ...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.; Gekhtin, V. I.; Kabilov, T. K.
Citation
Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1984, No.1, pp 47-50
Abstract

Stephanofilaria stilesi was found in 1.5 to 26.3% of cattle (2,496 ears were examined) in the south of the Uzbek SSR. Variations in the incidence of infection were observed between the plain and the mountain. Peaks of 10% (in winter) and 39% (in autumn) were recorded, respectively, in the plain and ...

Author(s)
Azimov, D. A.; Dadaev, S.; Sultanov, M. A.; Tukhmanyants, A. A.
Citation
Doklady Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoi SSR (Uzbekiston SSR Fanlar Akademiyasining, Dokladlari), 1976, No. 8, pp 53-54
Abstract

Of 7 fly species examined in different regions of Uzbekistan, USSR, 0.35% of 778 Lyperozia irritans and 2.1% of 1433 L. titillans were infected with Stephanofilaria stilesi. Microfilariae were first found in May, peaks occurred in spring and autumn. Cattle were infected in the spring, summer and...

Author(s)
Azimov, D. A.; Tukhmanyants, A. A.; Dadaev, S.; Zimin, Yu. M.; Gekhtin, V. I.; Kulmamatov, E. N.
Citation
Materialy Nauchnykh Konferentsii Vsesoyuznogo Obshchestva Gel'mintologov, 1975, No. 27, pp 10-15
Abstract

In the Tadzhik SSR, Thelazia infections in cattle are principally caused by T. gulosa but also by T. rhodesii and T. skrjabini. The infections are highest in December to March; clinical symptoms occur in summer and autumn. Infections occurred in all ages but those aged one year and over were more...

Author(s)
Mukhamadiev, S. A.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, 1975, No.2, pp 77
Abstract

P. skrjabini in cattle, camels and sheep was most common on farms in the Karakalpak ASSR, Bukhara region and Navoiĭsk region of the Uzbek SSR. The insect vectors were Lyperosia irritans [Haematobia irritans], L. titillans [H. thirouxi titillans] and Stomoxys calcitrans. The seasonal variation of...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.
Publisher
FAN, Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty kak komponenty nazemnykh biotsenozov Uzbekistana., 1987, pp 104-113
Abstract

P. skrjabini infection was recorded in 28.3% of 357 cattle, 10.1% of 821 sheep and 21.9% of 73 camels examined in the Uzbek SSR between 1971 and 1985. None of 62 goats was infected. The prevalence of infection varied greatly between regions and was present throughout the year with rises in autumn...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.
Citation
Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1987, No.5, pp 62-64

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