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prevalence of eimeria in faeces of cattle in saudi arabia.the faeces of 205 domestic cattle (bos taurus) from 5 regions of saudi arabia were examined for the presence of coccidian parasites. the following species of eimeria were recovered: eimeria auburnensis, e. bovis, e. cylindrica, e. ellipsoidalis, e. subspherica, e. wyomingensis and e. zuerni. a total of 34.1% of the individual faecal samples were positive for the presence of coccidial oocysts. mixed infections of 2-4 species were found in 15.7% of the specimens. e. zuerni and e. bovis occurred mo ...19853992872
eimeriosis in dairy cattle farms in morogoro municipality of tanzania.coccidial oocysts were detected in 35% of 445 cattle in four medium-scale and 20 small-scale dairy farms in morogoro municipality, tanzania. the highest prevalence (56%) was observed in animals aged between 5 and 18 months, whereas lower prevalences were observed in calves (29%) aged between 12 days and 4 months and adults (30%). no coccidial oocysts were detected in calves less than 12 days old. the oocyst output was high in calves, followed by weaners; adults had the lowest oocyst output. the ...19979234443
diversity of eimeria spp. in dairy cattle of guwahati, assam, india.to determine the prevalence and diversity of eimeria spp. in dairy cattle present in and around guwahati, kamrup district, assam, india.201527047181
detection of cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in bovine feces by monoclonal antibody capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.a monoclonal antibody enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (elisa) was developed to detect cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in bovine feces. fecal oocysts were concentrated by centrifugation through formalin-ethyl acetate solution and captured with monoclonal antibody 18.280.2 reactive with c. parvum oocysts. captured oocysts were detected with goat anti-oocyst serum, following the addition of a peroxidase conjugate of rabbit anti-goat immunoglobulin and o-phenylenediamine substrate. the assay was sp ...19902280009
[endoparasites of calves in large herds].the authors present preliminary results of the coprological examination of calves in large-capacity calf-houses. in a new large-capacity calf-house in the benesov district in the central-bohemian region, 200 samples of faeces were examined according to breza (1957) and further examinations were performed regularly in a group of 42 calves from the age of 0.5 to 6 months. the tests revealed 13 species of endoparasites, including eight species of coccidia: eimeria auburnensis, e. alabamensis. e. bo ...1977413242
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