Ascaridia galli

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Synonyms for Ascaridia galli

intestinal parasite of domestic fowl

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Investigation of the parasitic nematode Ascaridia galli (Shrank 1788) as a potential vector for Salmonella enterica dissemination in poultry.
Prevalence of Ascaridia galli, Heterakis gallinarum and Tapeworm infections in birds slaughtered in Makurdi township.
Ascaridia galli populations in chickens following single infections with different dose levels.
The results of present study indicated that 73 animals from a total of 120 were infected with Ascaridia galli with a prevalence rate of 60.
According to results of crosscal-walis test it is possible to determine which pour on administration of Ivermectin decreases the natural infestation of bird with Ascaridia galli.
According to findings of Sharma and The efficacy of ivermectin against Ascaridia galli infection was evaluated in chickens under controlled laboratory conditions.
In present study, the drug effect was observed 28 days after treatment by pour on Ivermectin administration on ascaridia galli 97.
Los nematodos encontrados en este trabajo fueron Heterakis gallinarum (34,9%), seguido por Ascaridia galli (30,2%) y Capillaria spp (25,6%), con una alta correlacion (0,45) entre la presencia de Ascaridia galli y Heterakis gallinarum, que tienen un hospedador paratenico comun, la lombriz de tierra (Eisenia foetida) (Movsessian & Pkhrikian, 1994), influyendo en la presencia de ambos (Maqbool et al.
Ascaridia galli se presento con un conteo entre 50 y 500 OPGH.
En los hallazgos de necropsia se encontraron formas adultas de Ascaridia galli (40%), Heterakis gallinarum (50%), Capillaria spp (30%), Choanotaenia infundibulum (20%), Hymenolepis spp (20%) y Railletina spp (10%).
Reciprocal infection of quails and hens with the nematodes Ascaridia galli (Schrank, 1788) and Heterakisgallinae single and mixed infections.
Ascaridia galli were collected from the intestine of 500 hens of different areas of East Azarbaijan in Iran.
Western blot analysis showed that at least one prominent band of 55-72 kDa was detectable, using serum from infected hen with Ascaridia galli (fig.
Partial purification and characterization of Ascaridia galli antigen.
Immunity development in chickens to the large intestinal roundworm Ascaridia galli.