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Full helminthological dissections were carried out on 332 sheep, 11 goats, 63 cattle, 10 camels and 48 pigs from the Bukhara and Navoiinsk districts of Uzbekistan, USSR. Helminths of 57 species were found in 88.4% of the 464 animals examined. Data on the prevalence of infection with particular...

Author(s)
Matchanov, N. M.; Dadaev, S.; Gekhtin, V. I.
Citation
Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1987, No. 6, pp 41-44
Abstract

Sheep, goats, cattle and horses in the Dzhizak region of the Uzbek SSR were examined at autopsy for helminths; the faeces of sheep and cattle sheep and cattle were also tested. 46 species were found in sheep, 24 in goats, 38 in cattle and 40 in horses. 17 of these helminths also infect man. The...

Author(s)
Dadaev, S.; Azimov, D. A.; Zimin, Yu. M.; Gekhtin, V. I.
Citation
Uzbekskiĭ Biologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1983, No.1, pp 43-46
Abstract

The 85 species of helminths recorded in sheep, goats, cattle and horses in Uzbekistan are listed. The finding of the specific parasite of camels, Camelostrongylus mentulatus, in sheep and of rare species such as Cooperia oncophora, Stephanofilaria assamensis, Trichuris globulosa was noted. No...

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Azimov, D. A.; Sultanov, M. A.; Dadaev, S.; Gekhtin, V. I.; Isakova, D. T.
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Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal, 1979, No.6, pp 54-57
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

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
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Author(s)
Sultanov, M. A.; Gekhtin, V. I.; Azimov, D. A.; Dadaev, S.
Citation
Uzbekiston Biologiya Zhurnali (Uzbekskii Biologicheskii Zhurnal), 1975, No. 1, pp 52-55
Abstract

A systematic list, host-parasite and parasite-host lists of the helminths of sheep, goat, cattle, camel, pig, horse, donkey, dog, cat and rabbit in Uzbekistan are provided. The life-cycles of 34 helminth species and the epizootiology and measures of control of the main helminthiases are described...

Author(s)
Sultanov, M. A.; Azimov, D. A.; Gekhtin, V. I.; Muminov, P. A.
Publisher
Izdatel'stvo "FAN" Uzbekskoi SSR., Tashkent, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty domashnikh mlekopitayushchikh Uzbekistana., 1975, pp 186 pp.
Abstract

Stephanofilaria stilesi was found in 88 of 428 cattle examined in Uzbekistan. The skin lesions were elliptical in shape and from 7 to 50 mm wide. They contained, as well as mature S. stilesi, groups of eggs and larvae.

Author(s)
Gekhtin, V. I.
Citation
Doklady Akademii Nauk Uzbekskoi SSR (Uzbekiston SSR Fanlar Akademiyasining, Dokladlari), 1971, No.5, pp 52-53
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Author(s)
Gekhtin, V. I.
Publisher
Izdatel'stvo "FAN" Uzbekskoi SSR., Tashkent,
Citation
Ekologiya i biologiya i zhivotnykk Uzbekistana., 1969, pp 69-74

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