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stron·gyle

(stron'jil),
Common name for members of the family Strongylidae.
[G. strongylos, round]

strongyle

(strŏn′jīl′, -jəl)
n.
Any of various parasitic nematode worms of the superfamily Strongyloidea, especially several species that infect the gastrointestinal tract of horses and other mammals.

strongyle

any roundworm in the superfamily Strongyloidea.

large strongyle
includes Craterostomum, Oesophagodontus, Strongylus asini, S. edentatus, S. equinus, S. vulgaris and Triodontophorus spp.
small strongyle
includes Caballonema, Cyathostomum, Cylicocyclus, Cylicodontophorus, Cylicostephanus, Cylindropharynx, Gyalocephalus, Poteriostomum and Sinostrongylus.
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Comparative study of two therapies pharmacological based a ivermectin and febendazol by strongyles control intestinal in thorougbreds horses.
There was a linear relationship between age and coccidial oocyst counts whilst quadratic relationships existed between age and Paramphistomum, strongyles, Trichuris and Strongyloides egg counts (Table 5).
With primary emphasis on strongyle control, some operations may require only one or two treatments per year, whereas others with factors or circumstances favoring heavy infections may take as many as six treatments per year to maintain effective control.
Chanei et al (2012) reported the gastrointestinal nematodes species prevalence of Ascaris (57%), Strongyles (56.
Strongyle infestation due to poor worm control is the common cause of colic in donkeys in tropical countries.
Among the gastro-intestinal nematodes of horses large strongyle infections were diagnosed with an infection rate of 58.
Digestive-tract strongyle fecal egg counts in cattle, sheep and goats of Sao Tome island in relation to local climate, season and breeding management.
was the only coccidian parasite identified while strongyle group (20.
51%) faecal samples were found positive for various helminths and most frequently strongyle infections were diagnosed with an infection rate of 58.
Prevalence, abundance and site distribution of equine small strongyle in Normandy, France.
Studies on the technique of culture of infective larvae of gastrointestinal strongyles of cattle.