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Abomasal nematodes of small ruminants of Ogaden region, eastern Ethiopia : prevalence, worm burden and species composition

@article{Kumsa2006AbomasalNO,
  title={Abomasal nematodes of small ruminants of Ogaden region, eastern Ethiopia : prevalence, worm burden and species composition},
  author={Bersissa Kumsa and Abebe Wossene},
  journal={Revue De Medecine Veterinaire},
  year={2006},
  volume={158},
  pages={27-32}
}
Une etude a ete mise en oeuvre afin de determiner la prevalence, les especes et la charge parasitaire en nematodes dans l'abomasum des petits ruminants de la region d'Ofgaden, abattus l'abattoir d'Elfora, agree pour l'exportation. Un total de 196 abomasum on ete examines selon des procedures standard (114 moutons et 82 chevres). Pour les especes d'Haemonchus, une prevalence generale de 91,2% et 82,9% a pu etre observee chez les moutons et les chevres respectivement. De meme, une prevalence de… 

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