Iu Pavlasek

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The influence of cryptosporidial abomasitis on digestive anaerobic microflora in feedlot cattle with spontaneousCryptosporidium andersoni colonization of abomasum was shown. Significant differences were found after the cultivation of abomasal content.Scopulariopsis brevicaulis was detected in damaged areas of infected abomasum. PCR analysis of ruminal fluid(More)
Oocysts of coccidia of the genes Cryptosporidium were detected for the first time in the faeces of naturally infected calves using centrifugation floatation method with saturated solution of ZnSo4 and Breza's floatation solution. Since the detection of oocysts in the faeces is very difficult, a new method has been prepared. The oocysts recovered from the(More)
Various stock breeding herds in the USSR were examined for the presence of endoparasites. Coccidia of Cryptosporidium genus occurred in calves at the age of 3 to 4 days to one month, individually in older calves, too. Coccidia C. parvum infected the animals aged 14-15 days most frequently. Coccidia of Eimeria genus and intestinal round worm Strongyloides(More)
A special diagnostic laboratory aid L-STAR has been made and new methodics has been worked out of isolating pure cultures of invader larvae of Strongyloides papillosus and nematodes of ruminant gastrointestinal tract of the Strongylata suborder from various substrates. L-STAR competes successfully with a currently used device and with potential(More)