Tweheyo Pius Charles

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During each of 36 1-month periods from April 1979 to March 1982, 3-4 goats selected from typical farms were necropsied and examined for gastrointestinal nematodes. The goats were male, 12 months old, born on the farm and raised without any anthelmintic application. At the beginning of each month, from April 1981 to March 1982, three 12-month-old male goats(More)
A survey on the nematode control strategies utilized by dairy farmers in Southeastern Brazil, a region accounting for 46.4% of the national milk production, was conducted through interviews with farmers. To select the producers to be interviewed the region was split into 16 non-contiguous clusters, according to the level of milk production. A systematic(More)
Groups of 10 goats, harbouring both naturally acquired and experimental infections of gastrointestinal nematodes, were drenched with either levamisole (5 mg kg-1), albendazole (3.8 mg kg-1) or parbendazole (15 mg kg-1), or remained untreated. Haemonchus contortus was the numerically dominant infection, with Strongyloides papillosus, Trichostrongylus(More)
The government of Uganda has a decentralized structure of health service delivery that starts from Health center II to IV. These health centers are monitored by a medical practitioner ranging from a medical physician to a clinical officer. Reliable, timely and regimented information would be highly sufficient in combating malnutrition and elevate discussion(More)
Harposporium anguillulae is a common nematophagous fungus which colonizes cattle pats deposited in Brachiaria decumbens pasture in Brazil. To assess its possible effect on free living stages of trichostrongylid nematodes, the reduction of Haemonchus contortus infective stages in sheep faecal culture was evaluated in vitro. Addition of 300,000 conidia per(More)
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