nematodirus

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nematodirus

(ˈnɛmətəʊˌdaɪrəs)
n
any parasitic nematode worm of the genus Nematodirus
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e Nematodirus disease a'ects lambs and is caused by the worm Nematodirus battus.
Nematodirus battus has a di'erent life-cycle to other parasitic sheep worms and the infection can pass from one lamb crop to the next.
Where coccidiosis occurs outdoors, it is essential that it is not confused with Nematodirus battus infection, he said.
Haemonchus contortus showed higher EPG during November, Strongyloides papillosus and Trichostrongylus colubriformis during August, Nematodirus battus during March and Trichuris ovis during September.
contortus y otras especies de NGI como Nematodirus battus, Teladostargia circumcincta, Chabertia ovina, Trichuris ovis, Strongyloides papillosus, T.
(1989) quienes al estudiar la distribucion espacial de las larvas infectantes de NGI (Nematodirus battus, N.
The disease is caused by the nematode worm nematodirus battus. Lambs become affected when they ingest large numbers of the infective larvae from pasture contaminated by young lambs the previous year.
Avermectins do not appear to have a persistent activity against nematodirus battus, which they do against some other worms.
It is caused by the worm Nematodirus battus, which has a different life-cycle to other sheep worms and under certain climatic conditions can strike very quickly, with little or no warning.
The main difference in the life cycle of Nematodirus battus compared with other parasitic worms, is that development to an infective larvae takes place within the egg and infection passes from one lamb crop to the next years crop.