strongyle


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strongyle

[′strän‚jīl]
(invertebrate zoology)
A monaxonic spicule rounded at each end.
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Study (1991 to 2001) of drug-resistant Population B small strongyles in critical tests in horses in Kentucky at the termination of a 40-year investigation.
The observed negative linear relationship between globulin and age indicates that young goats had higher strongyle egg loads leading to more globulin production compared to mature goats.
DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF DIGESTIVE STRONGYLES EGGS IN NATURALLY INFECTED BOVINES
The best method of strongyle control currently recommended is to administer a small quantity of a deworming compound to the individual horse's ration daily.
2013) also recorded the prevalence of gastrointestinal nematode species as Strongyle spp.
Hematological examination revealed neutrophilic leucocytosis and coprological examination was found positive for eggs of Strongyle species.
Strongyle infections in sheep and goats under the traditional husbandry system in peninsular Malaysia.
Females are extremely prolific -5000 eggs/day/female [69]--and the eggs (70-45 [micro]m), of strongyle type, are excreted into the environment in the morula phase (8-16 cells) in the feces of the infected host.
A survey of seasonal patterns in strongyle faecal worm egg counts of working equids of the central mid-lands and low-lands, Ethiopia.
Strongylus vulgaris one of the large strongyle is the most prevalent and pathogenic.
Coprological examination by direct method and indirect method revealed presence of schistosoma ova (+++), strongyle ova (++) and amphistoma ova (+) among the diarrhoeic goats indicating acute intestinal syndrome.