Management and treatment options for human toxocariasis
| Contributor(s):: C. V. Holland (editor), H. V. Smith (editor), Jean-Francois Magnaval, Larry Glickman
Introduction:Human toxocariasis is a zoonosis caused by infective larvae of Toxocara canis (Beaver, 1956) or Toxocara cati (Nagakura et al., 1990). These ascarids are commonly found in the tissues (larvae) and intestinal tract (adult worms) of dogs and cats, respectively. Infection results from...
Canine dirofilariasis: 547 clinical cases treated first with dithiazanine iodide then with thiacetarsamide sodium
| Contributor(s):: Garlick, N. L., Beck, A. M., Bryan, R. K.
Influence of weaning age and an experimental Haemonchus contortus infection on behaviour and growth rates of lambs
| Contributor(s):: Schichowski, C., Moors, E., Gauly, M.
Four groups of 20 lambs each, differing in weaning age (6 or 13 weeks) and infection with Haemonchus contortus (infection after weaning or simultaneous to weaning), were observed and compared regarding the behaviour before, during and after these procedures. Furthermore the influence on...
Selection of feeding sites by horses at pasture: testing the anti-parasite theory
| Contributor(s):: Fleurance, G., Duncan, P., Fritz, H., Cabaret, J., Cortet, J., Gordon, I. J.
Management of grazed grasslands for production and/or conservation objectives requires a thorough understanding of the choices of feeding sites by herbivores, and of the biological processes involved. Most models of the feeding strategies of herbivores are based on the principle that optimising...