• Corpus ID: 21359983

DIAGNOSIS OF HELMINTH INFECTIONS IN CATTLE : WERE WE WRONG IN THE PAST ?

@inproceedings{Vercruysse2006DIAGNOSISOH,
  title={DIAGNOSIS OF HELMINTH INFECTIONS IN CATTLE : WERE WE WRONG IN THE PAST ?},
  author={Jozef Vercruysse and Johannes Charlier and Pierre Dorny and Edwin Claerebout},
  year={2006}
}
In Vitro Evaluation of Anthelmintic Interaction of Plant Species Combinations Putatively Containing Similar Bioactive Macromolecules in Sheep
  • I. Nsahlai
  • Chemistry
    Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine
  • 2019
This study evaluated in vitro anthelmintic interaction of combining plant species on mixed nematode of sheep in three Sub-Experiments (SEPs), comprising of species containing (1) alkaloids and/ or

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