trichostrongyle

trich·o·stron·gyle

(trik'ō-stron'jil),
Common name for members of the family Trichostrongylidae.
References in periodicals archive ?
Reliability of a single fecal egg per gram determination as a measure of individual and herd values for trichostrongyle nematodes of cattle.
Variation between hosts in the development success of the free-living stages of trichostrongyle infections of sheep", Int.
The value of circulating eosinophil count as a selection criterion for resistance of sheep to trichostrongyle Parasites.
Dictyocaulus viviparous, a trichostrongyle, is the pathogenic bovine lungworm.
The distribution of Trichostrongyle infective larvae on pasture and grazing behavior in calves.
Metabolism and growth studies in housed calves given a morantel sustained release bolus and exposed to natural trichostrongyle infection.
These limitations compel researchers to ponder about sustainable alternate control of GI trichostrongyle nematodes including H.
were detected in the abomasal contents, and Trichostrongyle spp.
Windons (1996) The Value of Circulating Eosinophil Count as a Selection Criterion for Resistance of Sheep to Trichostrongyle Parasites Int.
Biological control of trichostrongyle infections in calves on pasture in Lithuania using Duddingtonia flagrans, a nematode-trapping fungus.
Treatment with moxidectin was associated with a significant reduction in fecal trichostrongyle egg-counts compared with the controls (P < 0.