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D. lanceolatum was found in the livers of 37 of the 13 287 corpses autopsied from 1968 to 1986 in Uzbekistan, USSR. In no case was death caused by the infection, nor was the infection ever diagnosed intra vitam. Various fruits and berries were investigated for the presence of Formica clara (the...

Author(s)
Azizova, O. M.; Sagieva, A. T.; Israilova, S.; Sadykov, V. M.; Shirinova, N. Sh.; Mukhitdinov, Sh. M.; Muminov, A.; Ismatov, I.; Adilova, N. B.; Saĭdaliev, T. S.
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Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni, 1988, No. 2, pp 26-28
Abstract

2740 flies, comprising M. tempestiva (34%), M. autumnalis (23%), M. osiris (22%) and 5 other species (21%), collected in September 1984 on a cattle fattening farm in the Gissar district of the Tajik SSR (USSR), were examined for Thelazia larvae. T. gulosa was found in 0.4% of M. tempestiva, 0.8% of ...

Author(s)
Khromova, L. A.; Mukhamadiev, S. A.
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Parazitologiya, 1987, 21, 1, pp 58-59
Abstract

Observations between 1971 and 1982 on P. skrjabini infections in domestic ruminants in Uzbekistan (USSR) showed variations in infection rates for the 5 areas examined: for cattle 4.0-56.1%, for sheep 3.7-17.6% and for camels 15.4-36.7%. Of the 7 species of flies examined, P. skrjabini was present...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.
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Doklady Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoĭ SSR, 1984, No.6, pp 51-53
Abstract

The epizootiology of fascioliasis caused by Fasciola hepatica and F. gigantica in cattle and sheep and of dicrocoeliasis in sheep in the Tadzhik SSR are described. The intermediate hosts are Galba [Lymnaea] truncatula and Radix ovata for F. hepatica and F. gigantica, respectively and, for...

Author(s)
Pustovoi, I. F.; Dil'man, P. N.
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Trudy Nauchno-Issledovatel'skogo Veterinarnogo Instituta Tadzhikskoi SSR, 1979, 9, pp 61-65
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.
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Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1984, No.1, pp 47-50
Abstract

The efficacy of preventive control, including detection of infected pastures and eradication of intermediate hosts, against Dicrocoelium in sheep and cattle on farms in the Samarkand area of the Uzbek SSR, is reviewed.

Author(s)
Salimov, B.
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Veterinariya, Moscow, 1977, No.8, pp 71-72
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.
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Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1987, No.5, pp 62-64
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.
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Doklady Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoi SSR (Uzbekiston SSR Fanlar Akademiyasining, Dokladlari), 1976, No. 8, pp 53-54
Abstract

In southern Uzbekistan, 97.07% of 62 sheep, 62 cattle and 11 goats were found to harbour 50 nematode, 11 cestode and 5 trematode species. Of these 32 were common. Spiculocaulus kwongi (in sheep) was recorded for the first time in the USSR. Lymnaea truncatula and L. auricularia were recorded as...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.
Citation
Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1977, No.1, pp 49-52
Abstract

In Uzbekistan, USSR, 4.7 to 78.1% of cattle were infected with Stephanofilaria. S. assamensis was dominant in the Dzhizaksk region and Fergana valley and is a new geographical record for the USSR. S. stilesi was dominant in the Karakalpak ASSR and the Surkhandar'insk and Kashkadar'insk regions. The ...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.; Kabilov, T. K.
Citation
Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1982, No.3, pp 47-50

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