Pet Owners Beware, Your Pet May Have Tapeworms

The Cause of Tapeworm in Dogs Must Be Found to Prevent Further Infestation Tapeworm in dogs originated as tapeworm eggs that were ingested by fleas and various animals. These eggs grew into young parasites within the host flea or animal. The cause of tapeworm in dogs is when the dog […]

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Posted by Mr.Parasitologist - April 1, 2014 at 12:16 pm

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Tapeworm in Dogs

Tapeworm in Dogs What is Tapeworm in Dogs? Tapeworms are a parasite that can live in the small intestine of dogs and other animals. The most common form of tapeworm in dogs is called Dipylidium caninum. This particular tapeworm is flat, white in color, and can grow up to 8 […]

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Posted by Mr.Parasitologist - April 1, 2014 at 12:06 pm

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Evolution of host specificity in parasites of cichlids monogenic Africa

Background: models and processes related to specificity of parasite hosts are one of the central topics in the study of host-parasite interactions. We investigated the development and determinants of host specificity in monogenic gills and Scutogyrus Cichlidogyrus species parasitize freshwater African Cichlidae.M├ęthodes water fish: we (1) analyzed the relationship between […]

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Posted by darkloaf - March 9, 2014 at 6:29 pm

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Oriental theileriosis in dairy cows result in a loss of production of the main milk

Background: theileriosis Oriental is a protozoan disease transmitted by ticks of cattle caused by Theileria orientalis members of the complex. Recent outbreaks of this disease in eastern Australia have caused great concern for dairy and meat farming communities, but there are no published studies on the economic impact of this […]

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Posted by darkloaf - March 1, 2014 at 6:48 am

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Piroplasmosis in the wilderness: Babesia and Theileria affect ungulates and predators freedom in the Italian Alps

Background: piroplasmosis among the most important animal diseases. Babesia is a known cause of zoonosis transmitted by ticks in the world emerging and the animals are in the wild reservoir hosts of several species of Babesia zoonosis. We examined the epidemiology of Babesia spp. and Theileria spp. to determine in […]

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Posted by darkloaf - February 28, 2014 at 8:26 am

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