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Abstract

Information is lacking regarding many details of the biology of this parasite, and it is of importance because the authors find that it is responsible for the transmission of a number of blood parasites of cattle in Russia. The control of these diseases is in part control of the transmitting ticks. ...

Author(s)
Yakimoff, W. L. ; Belawine, W. S. ; Rastegaieff, E. F. ; Schlüpikoff, A. L.
Citation
Ztschr. f. Infekfionskr. d. Haustiere., 1929, 36, 3, pp 137-152 pp.