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Different breeds of cattle differ in their susceptibility to infection. Holsteins are the most susceptible to anaplasmosis and babiesias, and Zebu the least. The chief cattle ticks in Cuba are Boophilus microplus, Anocentor nitens and Amblyomma cajenense. Anaplasmosis may perhaps be transmitted by...

Author(s)
Delgado, A.; Fernandez, A.; Fregel, N.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1976, 86, pp 117-121
Abstract

In the USSR the chief species of Theileria is T. annulata but T. mutans, T. sergenti and T. orientalis also occur in cattle, T. tarandirangiferis in reindeer, and T. recondita in sheep. T. annulata is transmitted by Hyalomma detritum, H. anatolicum, H. scupense and H. plumbeum; T. sergenti is...

Author(s)
Stepanova, N. I.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1976, 86, pp 35-43
Abstract

During 1983, the Institute continued the study of trypanosomiasis and its vectors in Burkina Faso, including Glossina breeding programmes carried out in France and at Bobo-Dioulasso. Field trials were carried out, at Sidéradougou, of fly traps impregnated with deltamethrin and of the release of...

Publisher
IEMVT, Maison-Alfort, France
Citation
Rapport d'Activite, Institut d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1983., 1983, pp 79-98
Abstract

Babesiasis became important in the north of the GDR during 1960 to 1968. In cattle it is due to Babesia divergens and is transmitted by Ixodes ricinus. It also infects Cervus elaphus, roe deer, fallow deer and moufflon. It occurs between May and October. Clinically it causes progressive anaemia and ...

Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1976, 86, pp 3-7
Abstract

During 1981-82, research carried out by the "Service d'hygiene et d'epidemiologie of the INRV (Belgium) included Toxoplasma in calves, trichinelliasis in animals and babesiosis in bovines and dogs. The "Departement pathologie des animaux de petit elevage et parasitologie" reports the results of...

Publisher
INRV, Brussels,
Citation
Rapport d'activite 1981-1982., 1983, pp 159pp.
Abstract

The laboratory, established at Farcha (Chad) in 1953, was united administratively five years later with the research centre for animal trypanosomiasis at Bouar (Central African Republic) to form the Veterinary and Zootechnical Research Region of Central Africa. This organization covers Chad, the...

Author(s)
Thome, M.
Publisher
Fort Lamy (Chad): Laboratoire de Farcha.,
Citation
Institut d'Elevage et de Medecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherehes vétérinadres et zootechniques de L'Afrique Centrale. Rapport annuel, 1963., 1964, pp 322 pp.
Abstract

This report covers French West Africa as a whole, which includes the colonies of French Sudan, Niger, Senegal, French Guinea, Mauritania, Dahomey and the Ivory Coast.
The European veterinary staffs total 88, the European stock inspectors 30 and the native veterinary assistants, trained at Bamako,...

Author(s)
CURASSON, G.
Citation
Rapport d'ensemble sur le fonctionnement des Services de l'Elevage en Afrique Occidentale Francaise pendant l'annee 1933., 1934, pp 41 pp.

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