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Gastrointestinal nematodes and the deworming of mouflon (Ovis aries musimon) from Goleniowska Forest in West Pomerania province, Poland

Abstract Ruminants often live in environments where the natural balance has been disturbed by humans. As a result, there is a transfer of parasitosis to domestic animals and sometimes humans. The aim of the study was to determine the annual species composition and level of gastrointestinal nematode infection of mouflon (Ovis aries musimon) from the half-open breeding colonizing areas of the Goleniowska Forest, and to assess the effectiveness of deworming. The course of the parasitic infection of mouflon depends largely on geoclimatic and breeding factors. These diseases are caused by more than 17 species of nematodes with varying degrees of pathogenicity. Due to the high degree of parasitic infections in deer, both in Poland and abroad, it is necessary to develop specific preventive programs using preparations with a broad spectrum of action.
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Journal Title annals of parasitology
Publication Year Start




PMID- 28574237
OWN - NLM
STAT- Publisher
DA  - 20170602
LR  - 20170602
IS  - 2299-0631 (Print)
IS  - 2299-0631 (Linking)
VI  - 63
IP  - 1
DP  - 2017
TI  - Gastrointestinal nematodes and the deworming of mouflon (Ovis aries musimon) from
      Goleniowska Forest in West Pomerania province, Poland
PG  - 27-32
LID - 10.17420/ap6301.81 [doi]
AB  - Ruminants often live in environments where the natural balance has been disturbed
      by humans. As a result, there is a transfer of parasitosis to domestic animals
      and sometimes humans. The aim of the study was to determine the annual species
      composition and level of gastrointestinal nematode infection of mouflon (Ovis
      aries musimon) from the half-open breeding colonizing areas of the Goleniowska
      Forest, and to assess the effectiveness of deworming. The course of the parasitic
      infection of mouflon depends largely on geoclimatic and breeding factors. These
      diseases are caused by more than 17 species of nematodes with varying degrees of 
      pathogenicity. Due to the high degree of parasitic infections in deer, both in
      Poland and abroad, it is necessary to develop specific preventive programs using 
      preparations with a broad spectrum of action.
FAU - Balicka-Ramisz, Aleksandra
AU  - Balicka-Ramisz A
AD  - Department of Biotechnology of Animal Reproduction and Environment Hygiene, West 
      Pomeranian University of Technology, ul. Judyma 6, 71-466 Szczecin, Poland
FAU - Laurans, Lukasz
AU  - Laurans L
AD  - Clinic of Infectious Diseases, Hepatology and Liver Transplantation, Pomeranian
      Medical University, ul. Arkonska 4, 71-455 Szczecin, Poland
FAU - Jurczyk, Przemyslaw
AU  - Jurczyk P
AD  - District Veterinary Inspectorate, ul. Ostrawicka 2, 71-337 Szczecin, Poland
FAU - Kwita, Ewa
AU  - Kwita E
AD  - Department of Biotechnology of Animal Reproduction and Environment Hygiene, West 
      Pomeranian University of Technology, ul. Judyma 6, 71-466 Szczecin, Poland
FAU - Ramisz, Anna
AU  - Ramisz A
AD  - Pomeranian Medical University, Szczecin, Poland
LA  - eng
PT  - Journal Article
PL  - Poland
TA  - Ann Parasitol
JT  - Annals of parasitology
JID - 101593588
EDAT- 2017/06/03 06:00
MHDA- 2017/06/03 06:00
CRDT- 2017/06/03 06:00
PST - ppublish
SO  - Ann Parasitol. 2017;63(1):27-32. doi: 10.17420/ap6301.81.

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