strongyle


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strongyle

[′strän‚jīl]
(invertebrate zoology)
A monaxonic spicule rounded at each end.
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Spicules: megascleres are spiny, stout oxeas to strongyles 125-206.7 (173.2 [+ or -] 20.2) nm in length; microscleres are micropseudobirotules 12.9-54.5 (33.2 [+ or -] 7.1) [micro]m in length with rotules composed of hooks 5.1-15 (10.9 [+ or -] 2.1) [micro]m in diameter; gemmuloscleres are strongyles of two sizes: large gemmuloscleres 70.5-139.3 (97.2 [+ or -] 17.3) [micro]m; and small gemmuloscleres 26.4-64.2 (40.9 [+ or -] 7.2) [micro]m in length, straight to slightly curved and covered in spines.
Field tests demostrating reduced activity of ivermectin and moxidectin against small strongyles in horses on 14 farms in Central Kentucky in 2007-2009.
The single parasitic infestations consists of Strongyle 87.7, 70.6 and 67.6 percent and for coccidian 5.5, 2.2, 2 percent at Farm I, II and III, respectively.
It has been widely recognised by farmers and veterinarians in the deer industry for a number of years that the efficacy of anthelmintics used has decreased especially against Ostertagia-type strongyles [1, 2].
Climatic influences on the development and survival of free-living stages of equine strongyles: implications for worm control strategies and managing anthelmintic resistance, Vet J 2007; 174:23-32.
(i) to investigate the occurrence and the level of anthelmintic resistance of intestinal strongyle nematodes to ivermectin and fenbendazole in Gondar town cart horses,
Gatenby, "Short communication Peri-parturient rise in faecal strongyle egg counts of different genotypes of sheep in North Sumatra, Indonesia," Veterinary Parasitology, vol.
Peri-parturient rise in faecal Strongyle egg count of different genotypes of sheep in north Samatra, Indonesia.
Strongyle egg counts were affected (p<0.05) by season with higher counts in the wet than in the dry season (Figure 1).
Allele-specific PCR for the beta-tubulin codon 200 TTC/TAC polymorphism using single adult and larval small strongyle (Cyathostominae) stages.