THE EFFECT OF SULPHAQUINOXALINE AND AMPROLIUM ON THE LIFE CYCLE OF EIMERIA ADENOEIDES MOORE AND BROWN, 1951, IN TURKEY POULTS.

@article{Warren1963THEEO,
  title={THE EFFECT OF SULPHAQUINOXALINE AND AMPROLIUM ON THE LIFE CYCLE OF EIMERIA ADENOEIDES MOORE AND BROWN, 1951, IN TURKEY POULTS.},
  author={Edward W. Warren and Stanley J. Ball},
  journal={Parasitology},
  year={1963},
  volume={53},
  pages={
          653-62
        }
}
Sulphaquinoxaline fed at 0·0125%, w/w, in the food principally affects the development of the second generation schizonts of Eimeria adenoeides in turkey poults. Amprolium, at the same concentration, acts on the first generation. Both drugs appear to exert some effect on gametogony. The activity of sulphaquinoxaline against this species is inhibited by p -aminobenzoic acid, and the activity of amprolium by thiamine. We are grateful to Mrs B. M. Mitchell and Miss C. Hitchcock for technical… Expand

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