nematodirus

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nematodirus

(ˈnɛmətəʊˌdaɪrəs)
n
any parasitic nematode worm of the genus Nematodirus
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Molecular identification of Nematodirus spathiger (Nematoda: Molineidae) in Lama guanicoe from Patagonia, Argentina.
SILVERA & LENGUA (2015) tested the activity of Cry6 on gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep (Nematodirus spathiger), reporting control of 44.7% and 45.6% in eggs and larvae, respectively.
Actividad Letal in vitro del Extracto Proteico Total de Bacillus thuringiensis sobre Huevos y Larvas (L3) Infectivas de Nematodirus Spathiger. Revistas de Investigacion UNMSM, v.26, p.509518, 2015.
(2011) also reported that ivermectin was 99.1% effective against Nematodirus spathiger. Similarly, Yadav et al.
The effect of Ivermectin pour-on administration against natural Nematodirus spathiger Infections and prevalent rate of that in cattle.
Among these, Ostertagia ostertagi showed higher (9%) prevalence followed by Haemonchus contotus (8.33%), Trichostrongylus colubriformis (3%), Nematodirus spathiger (5.83%) and Trichuris spp.
Haemonchus contortus showed higher EPG during August, Ostertagia during February and Trichstrongylus colubroformis during August, Nematodirus spathiger during March and Trichuris during September.
Among these, Ostertagia ostertagi was highly prevalent (9%) in cattle followed by Haemonchu scontortus (8.33%), Nematodirus spathiger (5.83%) Trichostrongylus colubriformis (3%),and Trichuris (1.83%).
IN VITRO LETHAL ACTIVITY OF EXTRACT PROTEIN BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS AGAINST NEMATODIRUS SPATHIGER EGGS AND INFECTIVE LARVAE (L3)
De los nematodos gastrointestinales en estado adulto hallados en el tracto gastrointestinal de ovinos, la especie Nematodirus spathiger se encuentra presente en el 55.1% de los casos, frente a otros nematodos como Bunostomum trigonocephalum 24.8%), Trichuris ovis (12.7%), Chabertia ovina (5.9%) y Oesophagostomun venulosum (1%) (Gomez, 1984).
(2011) also presented similar efficacy that the Ivermectin against Nematodirus spathiger reduced 99.1% faecal egg count.