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Hydatidosis in sheep, goats and dromedaries in Morocco.
Two thousand two hundred and forty-six sheep, 510 goats and 35 dromedaries were examined for hydatid cysts. The mean prevalence was 0.7% (range 0.4-38.5%) in sheep, 1.4% (range 0.2-7.7%) in goats andExpand
Small strongyle infections in donkeys from the highveld in Zimbabwe.
In total, 14 male donkeys aged between 2 and 10 years were obtained in July and November 1986, and January and April 1987 from a communal area in the Zimbabwean highveld, with the aim of studyingExpand
Effect of temperature on development of the free-living stages of Ostertagia circumcincta.
Hatching of the eggs of Ostertagia circumcincta was studied by recovering them from faeces and incubating them in distilled water at temperatures of 4, 16, 25 and 35 degrees C. Hatching occurred atExpand
Parasites of stray dogs in the Rabat region, Morocco.
Eighteen parasites were identified from 57 stray dogs from the urban and rural areas of Rabat. The prevalence of the species of parasites was: Ctenocephalides (C. canis, C. felis) 94.7%,Expand
Immunogenetic influences on tick resistance in African cattle with particular reference to trypanotolerant N'Dama (Bos taurus) and trypanosusceptible Gobra zebu (Bos indicus) cattle.
In sub-Saharan Africa, tick infestation and tick-borne infections together with tsetse-transmitted trypanosomosis arguably constitute the main parasitological disease complex constraining livestockExpand
Trypanosome infections and tick infestations: susceptibility in N'Dama, Gobra zebu and Gobra x N'Dama crossbred cattle exposed to natural challenge and maintained under high and low surveillance of
Susceptibility to trypanosome infections and tick infestations was assessed in 51 N'Dama, 48 Gobra zebu and 37 Gobra x N'Dama crossbred (F1) cattle exposed to field-tick infestations and natural highExpand
Effect of urea-treated or untreated straw with cotton seed on performances of lactating Maradi (Red Sokoto) goats in Niger
Abstract Thirty Maradi (Red Sokoto) does were divided into three equal groups and followed during the first eight weeks of lactation. Each group was offered one of the following Schizachyrium exileExpand
Epidemiological observations on Gasterophilus intestinalis and G. nasalis in donkeys from Morocco.
During a 24 month period, 198 donkeys were examined for Gasterophilus intestinalis and Gasterophilus nasalis larvae. Gasterophilus intestinalis was found in 97.5% and G. nasalis in 95.5% of donkeys.Expand