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Prevalencia de haemonchosis en pequeños rumiantes alrrededor de Woreda Alameta

  title={Prevalencia de haemonchosis en peque{\~n}os rumiantes alrrededor de Woreda Alameta},
  author={Haftamu Mesele and K Tsegabirhan and yohannes and Sindu Zegeye},
A cross sectional study was conducted in Woreda Alameta, southern Tigray to estimate the prevalence of Haemonchosis in small ruminants in four different hote... 

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