Parasites in Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the November 25, 2016:
  Introduction Cryptosporidiosis is a zoonotic protozoan disease that has a very broad and versatile geographic distribution including the Antarctic region [1]. Cryptosporidium is the causative agent and...
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Armagan Hayirli
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Article published the September 12, 2016:
1. Introduction Brazil has a herd of 212 million head of cattle and 171 million hectares of pastures that produce approximately 96% of Brazilian beef. On the other hand, gastrointestinal nematodes are a seriou...
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Miguel Ángel Mercado Uriostegui
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Article published the August 8, 2016:
Classification Cryptosporidium is a unicellular parasite, that infects epithelial cells of the gastroenteric and respiratory tract. In young calves it mainly appears between the first and third week of life. I...
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Ingo Rogge
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Article published the September 18, 2014:
The goal of all livestock production lies in obtaining good production rates, which is achieved through proper control of variables related to the environment, the management, space and health of animals. ...
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Luis Alfredo Chávez Balarezo
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Article published the September 5, 2014:
Parasitic diseases have been responsible for great economic losses in cattle production worldwide since time immemorial, because they exhibit nonspecific signs and symptoms that often impede the diagnosis and u...
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Luis Alfredo Chávez Balarezo
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Article published the May 28, 2014:
Introduction Blood-feeding parasites have been reported to be the vectors of broad spectrum of disease agents since a long history. Ticks are one of those blood-sucking arthropods, responsible for a huge varie...
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Haroon Rashid ChaudhryUmair Ahsan
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Article published the November 20, 2013:
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Article published the September 27, 2011:
INTRODUCTION Many tropical forages harbour anti-parasitic properties which may assist in the development of a cost-effective method of parasite control for resource poor farmers. In particular, Canavalia ensi...
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Leyla Ríos de Alvarez
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Article published the February 23, 2010:
Introduction Ectoparasites have a major effect on the husbandry, productivity and welfare of livestock. These obligate parasites live on, puncture, or burrow into the surface of their host's epidermis, to feed...
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Puneet
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