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nematode,

common name for any worm of the phylum NematodaNematoda
, phylum consisting of about 12,000 known species, and many more predicted species, of worms (commonly known as roundworms or threadworms). Nematodes live in the soil and other terrestrial habitats as well as in freshwater and marine environments; some live on the deep
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nematode

[′nem·ə‚tōd]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any member of the Nematoda.
Of or pertaining to the Nematoda.

nematode

any unsegmented worm of the phylum (or class) Nematoda, having a tough outer cuticle. The group includes free-living forms and disease-causing parasites, such as the hookworm and filaria
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Similarly high levels of nematode infection like 83.08%, 88.9%, and even 100% have been reported in India, Rwanda, and Pakistan, respectively [3, 22, 28].
Overall, we can conclude that while macrophages are key players in the clearance of nematodes from the infected host, signaling through IL-4R[alpha] is also essential for resistance to nematode infection via induction of type 2 cell-mediated immune responses but not necessarily through induction of AAMs.
In small ruminants, GI nematode infection could be estimated directly by worm burden and indirectly by EPG (Miller et al., 1998).
The Diagnosis and Management of Intraocular Nematode Infections
Sargison, "Pharmaceutical treatments of gastrointestinal nematode infections of sheep--future of anthelmintic drugs," Veterinary Parasitology, vol.
Nematode infections in dog breeding kennels in The Netherlands with special reference to Toxocara.
The epidemiology of nematode infections in sheep in cool tropic environment.
By attention to this subject which in Iran study on pour on administration of Ivermectin on Oesophagostomum radiatum has not been done and the facile use of this drug the objective of this paper were to determine the Evaluation of the effect of ivermectin pour-on administration against natural Oesophagostomum radiatum nematode infections and prevalence rate of them in cattle.
By attention to this subject which in Iran study on pour on administration of ivermectin on Dictyocoulus viviparous has not been done and the facile use of this drug the objective of this paper were to determine the Evaluation of the effect of ivermectin pour-on administration against natural Dictyocoulus viviparous nematode infections and prevalence rate of them in cattle.
Nematode infections are being targeted for control and eradication, as is pointed out by Dr van der Plas in her review of roundworm infestations.
The overall prevalence of intestinal nematode infections depicted in this study was surprisingly low compared to what is often reported for other indigenous populations hz the Brazilian Amazon.