Earthworm transmission of Heterakis and Histomonas to turkeys and chickens.

@article{Lund1966EarthwormTO,
  title={Earthworm transmission of Heterakis and Histomonas to turkeys and chickens.},
  author={Ellen E. Lund and E E Wehr and D J Elli},
  journal={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={1966},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={
          899-902
        }
}
AUSTIlACT: Lumbricus lerres/ris, Alloloboplloro collginosa. and Eisen;o /ocada are \'ectors in tJle transmission of Heterakis gllilinarum nnd Histomonas to chickens and turkeys. The infective stage for Heterak is was found to be tJ1C second-stage ( fi rst post-hatching stage) larvae. Eurthwomls from infected premises thut were maintained 2 to 3 days in cach of tJlTOO or morc chunges of clean soil or 7 doys on moist filter paper transmitted as many cecal worms and produced as many Hislomoruu… CONTINUE READING

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