coccidial

coccidial

 [kok-sid´e-al]
of, pertaining to, or caused by Coccidia.
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coc·cid·i·al

(kok-sid'ē-ăl),
Relating to coccidia.
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coc·cid·i·al

(kok-sid'ē-ăl)
Relating to coccidia.
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Coccidial contamination of raspberries: mock contamination with Eimeria acervulina as a model for decontamination treatment studies.
However, this coccidial infection showed an even higher prevalence in immunocompromised patients from other countries, such as 53% in kidney transplant patients in Pakistan (Raja et al., 2014) and 43.6% for HIV/AIDS patients in Ethiopia (Alemu et al., 2011).
Prevalence and intensity of excretion of coccidial oocysts in migrating passerines on Helgoland.
The liver impression smears from treatment groups 2B, 3C, and 6F had numerous clear fully formed coccidial oocysts mixed with few hepatobiliary parenchymal cells (Figure 4).
The effect of Nigella sativa has significant effect against Eimeria infection in chicken and can be utilized in coccidial control (Deyab and Laji, 2007).
Vermeulen, "Vaccination as a control strategy against the coccidial parasites Eimeria, Toxoplasma and Neospora," Parasitology, vol.
The prevalence and seasonal distribution of coccidial parasites of woodchucks (Marmota monax).