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Point prevalence of gastrointestinal helminthiasis in ruminants in southern Punjab, Pakistan
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The overall prevalence of helminthiasis was 51% in cattle, 47% in buffaloes, 62% in sheep and 52% in goats, with nematodes being the most common helminths, with Toxocara vitulorum being higher in calves than adults both in cattle andbuffaloes. Expand
USE OF VEGETABLES AS NUTRITIONAL FOOD: ROLE IN HUMAN HEALTH
Vegetables included in daily schedule of diet viz. Sweet Pepper, Cauliflower, Carrot, Cabbage, Lettuce, Spinach, Tomato, Potato, Reddish, and Bottle Gourd were analyzed for their proximateExpand
Anthelmintic resistance: the state of play revisited.
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The global scenario of prevalence and methods used for detection of AR in small ruminants and various options and alternate strategies for the control and/or delay in the onset of AR are suggested in the light of available information. Expand
Bovine fasciolosis: prevalence, effects of treatment on productivity and cost benefit analysis in five districts of Punjab, Pakistan.
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The results provided significant data on the epidemiology of five districts of Punjab province which may be helpful for the planners and small holder dairy farmers for control of fasciolosis in the study districts. Expand
Gastrointestinal helminthiasis: prevalence and associated determinants in domestic ruminants of district Toba Tek Singh, Punjab, Pakistan
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It was found that the prevalence of GI helminths was significantly higher in sheep than in other livestock, and using ponds and rivers/canals as drinking water were found to have significant influence on the prevalence. Expand
Alleviation of cadmium toxicity by silicon is related to elevated photosynthesis, antioxidant enzymes; suppressed cadmium uptake and oxidative stress in cotton.
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Si improved the growth and photosynthesis attributes of cotton plants by mitigating the adverse effects of Cd stress through reduced EL, MDA and H2O2 contents and improved activities of antioxidant enzymes. Expand
Anthelmintic activity of Artemisia brevifolia in sheep.
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It was found that, although, Artemisia brevifolia whole plant possesses anthelmintic activity against nematodes, it is not comparable with levamisole (99.2% reduction in EPG) at any of the doses tried in this study. Expand
Anthelmintic activity of medicinal plants with particular reference to their use in animals in the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent.
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This paper reviews the use of some indigenous plants as anthelmintics in animals of Indo-Pak subcontinent and focuses on the exploitation of anthel mintic potential of plants indigenous to Indo- Pak subContinent. Expand
Hydropericarditis syndrome in broiler chickens in Pakistan
Ethnoveterinary practices for the treatment of parasitic diseases in livestock in Cholistan desert (Pakistan).
TLDR
The EVM practices documented in this study need to be validated using standard parasitological procedures and issues that should be addressed are efficacy, quality, safety and standardization of doses. Expand
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