Annelida

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(8,9) Bovine Theileria Hyalomma Cattle Attenuated Tropical annulata anatolicum macroschizont Theileriosis anatolicum vaccine (b) Babesiosis Babesia Boophilus Cattle, Nil bigemina microplus Buffalo B.
Recent developments in the research and control of Theileria annulata. Proceedings of a Workshop held at Ilrad, Nairobi, Kenya.
HIGHEST PERCENTAGES OF PARASITIZED EGGS AND NUMBER OF EMERGED ADULTS OF TRICHOGRAMMATOIDEA ANNULATA AND NINE SPECIES OF TRICHOGRAMMA (HYMENOPTERA: TRICHOGRAMMATIDAE) PER CARD OF ANAGASTA KUEHNIELLA (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) EGGS, AS A FUNCTION OF STORAGE PERIOD AT MONTES CLAROS, MINAS GERAIS STATE, BRAZIL.
In conclusion, Theilleria annulata was prevailing in more than 40% Hyalomma species of cattle.
These control samples were derived from the animal hosts Bartholomea annulata (A), Cassiopiea xamachana (A), Aiptasia pallida (B), Lebrunia danae (C), and the algal cultures CS-153 (A), CS-155 (A), and CS-164 (B).
calyculata and Leiosolenus hanckoki, two sipunculans Phascolosoma puntarenae and Paraspidosiphon klusingeri, the polychaete Dorvillea (Schistomeringos) annulata, and the crustaceans Pomatogebia rugosa and P.
Theileriosis is a protozoal disease caused by Theileria annulata and is transmitted through the bites of tick Hyalomma anatolicum.
annulata, han sido encontradas en la ribera del rio Pamplonita y algunos barrios adyacentes.
Tropical theileriosis is a disease of global economic importance in cattle, caused by the tick borne protozoan parasite Theileria annulata, and transmitted by ticks of the genus Hyalomma (Brown, 1997; Preston, 2001).
dromedarii is a carrier of many life-threatening viral diseases such as the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) virus (Hoogstraal, 1979; Rodringuez et al., 1997), Kadam virus (Wood et al., 1982), Dera Ghazi Khan virus, Dhori virus (Hoogstraal et al., 1981), Quaranfil virus (Converse and Moussa, 1982), Q fever (Coxiellaburnetii) (Bazlikova et al., 1984), spotted fever rickettsia (Rickettsia rickettsia) (Lange et al., 1992) and theileriosis of camel (Theileria camelensis) and cattle (Theileria annulata) (Hoogstraal et al., 1981).
Tramformation of leukocytes by Theileria parva and Theileria annulata. Ann.
aegyptium for both human and animal health as they are shown to be the vector of pathogens like Borrelia burgdorferi, Borrelia turcica, Theileria annulata, Pasteurella tularensis, Ricketsia aeschlimannii (18).