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of or relating to the Tropics

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relating to or situated in or characteristic of the tropics (the region on either side of the equator)

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characterized by or of the nature of a trope or tropes

of weather or climate

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This study concludes that tropical theileriosis is an important disease of livestock in KPK province of Pakistan and PCR is the most sensitive technique for ruling out the accurate diagnosis of T.
Prevalence and distribution of tropical theileriosis in eastern Turkey.
The pathological effects of tropical theileriosis in affected animal can be monitored through analysis of hemato-biochemical profiles.
Tropical theileriosis in cattle was diagnosed on the basis of high fever, enlargement of prescapular and prefemoral lymph nodes, weakness, inappetence, lacrimation, pale conjunctival mucosae etc.
Susceptibility to tropical theileriosis of calves born to dams immunized with Theileria annulata (Hisar) cell culture vaccine.
Clinical, haematological and therapeutic studies on tropical theileriosis in water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) in Egypt.
Ticks not only cause direct losses by sucking blood of the host animal, but also are responsible for various blood-borne diseases such as tropical theileriosis, anaplasmosis and babesiosis (Durrani et al., 2008).
Antitheilerial drugs such as buparvaquone have been used effectively in the treatment of tropical theileriosis in the field, stabilizing it as a drug of choice (Unsuren et al., 1988; Muhammad et al., 1999).
Sangwan (2007) studied on impact of cattle migration on transmission of tropical theileriosis and stated that chances of introduction of highly infected ticks in new places are minimum with slow speed of migration while high in high speed of migration through various livestock transportation channel by trucks or train.
Studies on cross-immunity and field trials with cell culture vaccine against bovine tropical theileriosis. Post Graduate Thesis.
An estimate stated that bovine tropical theileriosis costs the Indian livestock sector about US$384.3 million annually (Minjauw and McLeod, 2003).
On the basis of clinical findings, presence of Theileria annulata piroplasms in RBCs and large number of Koch's Blue Bodies (KBB) in lymphocytes the case was diagnosis as a case of acute tropical theileriosis.
annulata, which causes tropical theileriosis. Infection by Theileria parasites can result in production losses and high mortality in susceptible animals.