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Effects of organophosphate and synthetic pyrethroid sheep dip formulations on protozoan survival and bacterial survival and growth.
Overall Bayticol was less toxic to protozoa than Ectomort, with minimum inhibitory concentrations ranging from 0.01 to 0.06%, which has implications for the contamination of animal slurries, soil and aquatic systems, in that there is the potential for significant increases in microbial numbers, containing putative pathogens due to the diminution of bacteriophagous protozoan populations. Expand
Intramuscular carbon tetrachloride in the treatment of acute fascioliasis in sheep.
- J. Parry
Notes on the Donaciini (Col.: Chrysomelidae), with a list of recent east Kentish localities known to the author. (Concluded from @91@: 326)
- J. Parry
ects of organophosphate and synthetic pyrethroid sheep dip formulations on protozoan survival and bacterial survival and growth
Sheep dipping with organophosphate or synthetic pyrethroid-based formulations is still widely used by farmers in the UK to control ectoparasites and results in 175^220 million litres of spent sheep… Expand
Free-Living Protozoa and Opportunistic Pathogens in Distributed Water [ Project # 4092 ]
The aim of the study was to improve understanding of the role of amoebae in the protection and proliferation of pathogens in distribution systems. Although ‘amoebae’ was used in the request for… Expand