Fasciola

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fasciola

(ˌfæsɪˈəʊlə)
n
(Microbiology) biology a genus of parasitic trematodes or liver flukes
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Noun1.fasciola - a genus of FasciolidaeFasciola - a genus of Fasciolidae    
worm genus - a genus of worms
family Fasciolidae, Fasciolidae - a family of Trematoda
Fasciola hepatica, liver fluke - flatworm parasitic in liver and bile ducts of domestic animals and humans
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Quantification of Fasciola gigantica Infestation in Zebu Cattle of Bangladesh.
To improve the diagnostic efficacy of animal fascioliasis caused by Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica in Pakistan, we first time evaluated the diagnostic accuracy of commercially available bovine F.
Correlation of Fasciola gigantica infection with faecal egg counts in Black Bengal goats", Bang.
8] also recorded that the effects of ethanolic extract of Calligonum comosum more efficient than TCBZ in the treatment of Fasciola gigantica among goats and less expensive.
Variations in the survival of Fasciola gigantica eggs in bovine dung stored in the sun as opposed to the shade.
Biliary Fasciola gigantica case report from Turkey.
Strongyloides papillosus Trichuris globulosa Oesophagostomum radiatum Gongylonema verrucosum Trichuris discolor Teladorsagia ostertagi Fasciola gigantica Gastrothylax crumenifer Paramphistomum explanatum Cotylophoron cotylophorum
Geographic Information System forecast model should be developed to assess the risk of Fasciola gigantica in Nigeria.
Here, we provide results of veterinary interest as regards the possibility of reducing transmission of the liver fluke Fasciola gigantica (Cobbold), a cause of bovine fascioliasis, the widely distributed snail Radix natalensis being one of the intermediate hosts in Africa as well as in tropical regions of southern and south-eastern Asia.
Time-course analysis of antibody response by EITB and ELISA before and after chemotherapy in sheep infected with Fasciola gigantica.