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strongyle

[′strän‚jīl]
(invertebrate zoology)
A monaxonic spicule rounded at each end.
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Methods for egg counts and larvae cultures for strongyles infesting the gastro-intestinal tract of cattle.
Prevalence and intensity of strongyles in buffaloes at Nimar region of M.
Comparative study of two therapies pharmacological based a ivermectin and febendazol by strongyles control intestinal in thorougbreds horses.
for providing taxonomic keys of 33 species of small strongyles recovered during necropsies.
Higher levels of strongyle egg loads in the wet season, obtained in the current study, associated with higher FAMACHA scores and lower PCV values, than in the dry season, might indicate that H.
Encysted small strongyles can remain in the lining of the intestinal track for up to three years before causing the symptoms of the disease.
Strongyles Parasitism in Wild Venezuelan Horses from Hato El Frio, State of Apure, Venezuela a Preliminary Study
DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF DIGESTIVE STRONGYLES EGGS IN NATURALLY INFECTED BOVINES
Strongyles (strohn-gil) There are large and small varieties of strongyles.
Describe the life cycle and damage caused by strongyles and ascarids