antiparasitic

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antiparasitic

 [an″te-, an″ti-par″ah-sit´ik]
1. destroying parasites.
2. an agent that destroys parasites.

an·ti·par·a·sit·ic

(an'tē-par-ă-sit'ik),
Destructive to parasites.

antiparasitic

(ăn′tē-păr′ə-sĭt′ĭk, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Destroying or inhibiting the growth and reproduction of human or animal parasites.
n.
An antiparasitic drug.

an·ti·par·a·sit·ic

(an'tē-par-ă-sit'ik)
Destructive to parasites.

an·ti·par·a·sit·ic

(an'tē-par-ă-sit'ik)
Destructive to parasites.
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Focusing on Europe, but also considering parasites in other regions, they cover general parasitology; parasites and parasitoses: protozoa; parasites and parasitoses: metazoa; zoonoses and parasites in food; diagnostics; principles of therapy and control of parasitoses; and parasitoses of different animal species and organ systems, anti-parasitic drugs, and strategic controls.
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It is thus recommended that measures like public awareness of the hazards of worm diseases, personal hygiene, population based chemotherapy against parasites, provision of safe drinking water supply and sanitation facility and easy availability of all anti-parasitic drugs are important for prevention and treatment of parasitic diseases.
The field study was conducted on two ranches where ML are used on cattle (Pedregal and San Carlos) and two where ML were not used (Actun Ha and Santa Rosa), though other types of anti-parasitic methods were in use (Table 1).
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