+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Biological features of Stephanofilaria and the epidemiology of stephanofilariosis in cattle in Uzbekistan

, : Biological features of Stephanofilaria and the epidemiology of stephanofilariosis in cattle in Uzbekistan. Materialy Nauchnykh Konferentsii Vsesoyuznogo Obshchestva Gel' mintologov Proceedings of the Scientific Conferences of the All Union Society of Helminthologists 27: 10-15

The principal intermediate hosts of Stephanofilaria stilesi were Lyperosia irritans and L. titillans. Between 0.38 and 2.1% of these flies were infested with 1 to 26 nematode larvae.


Other references

Shirman B., 1995: Measurement and data processing of the magnetotelluric field for the detection of seismo-electric effects. Annual Meeting Israel Geological Society: Pages 106. 1995.

Harries, M.G.; Heard, B.; Geddes, D., 1984: Extrinsic allergic bronchiolitis in a bird fancier. A patient in whom a severe systemic illness was characterized by weight loss, arthralgia and breathlessness was exposed to her pet bird [cockateel]. This pragmatic approach reproduced the features of her illness. The changes that occurred in her p...

Lenzenweger R., 1976: Decorated algae from Indonesia. Mikrokosmos (Stuttgart): , Pages 150-152. 1976.

Caperton, K.K.; Berryhill, W.E., 2011: Large glomus tumor presenting in a 9-year-old. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery 144(4): 644-645

Pokrovskiĭ, A.V.; Gordeev, V.F.; Kazanchian, P.O.; Ermoliuk, R.S.; Gul'muradov, T.G., 1988: Evaluation of pump function of the heart in patients with occlusive diseases of the abdominal aorta and ischemic heart disease based on radionuclide ventriculography. Altogether 56 patients with occlusive abdominal aortic lesions and concomitant CHD were examined by radionuclide ventriculography on a nuclear stethoscope. Suppression of left ventricular systolic and diastolic function was noted in the patients w...

Cao, S.; Gelwix, C.C.; Caldwell, K.A.; Caldwell, G.A., 2005: Torsin-mediated protection from cellular stress in the dopaminergic neurons of Caenorhabditis elegans. Parkinson's disease (PD) is linked genetically to proteins that function in the management of cellular stress resulting from protein misfolding and oxidative damage. Overexpression or mutation of alpha-synuclein results in the formation of Le...

Song C Y.; Lin B C.; Zhu Y X.; Zhao X L.; Zhu H N., 1984: The effect of intraventricular injection of oxytocin antidiuretic hormone and pituitrin on groaning response in conscious cats. Taking the groaning response elicited by stimulation of the groaning center as a measure of pain response, intraventricular injection of hypothalamic hormones (oxytocin, ADH [antidiuretic hormone] and pituitrin) could inhibit the groaning response...

Labrecque, J.; Valiquette, M.; Pou, C.; Payza, K., 1999: A cellular model for delta opioid receptor desensitization using FLIPR technology. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 25(1-2): 2216

Lowrie, R.C.; Eberhard, M.L.; Orihel, T.C., 1978: Development of Tetrapetalonema marmosetae to the infective stage in Culicoides hollensis and C. furens. Development of the microfilariae of Tetrapetalonema marmosetae (a parasite of South American monkeys) to the infective stage is described in Culicoides furens (Poey) and C. hollensis (Melander & Brues). Development took place in the thoracic muscl...

Hirata, A.; Imamura, A.; Hattori, M.; Ito, H., 2003: Unitary event analysis of synchronous activities of LGN - cortex and Intra - cortex in the anesthetized cat. Last year, we presented that unitary events (UEs) were detected between two cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) of the anesthetized cat under the presentation of the stationary-stimuli (spots). A non-stationary appearance of the UEs coul...