Prevalence of bovine trypanosomiasis in sedentary ...



Paper title Prevalence of bovine trypanosomiasis in sedentary zebu and trypanotolerant breeds in southwestern and northwestern Nigeria
Paper author(s) B. O. Ikede, V. O. Taiwo
Proceedings title International-Scientific-Council-for-Trypanosomiasis-Research-and-Control-Eighteenth-Meeting
Date 1985
Abstract The author describes the effects on the prevalence of cattle trypanosomiasis of increasing cattle production in the sub-humid regions of southern Nigeria, and compares the results with infection levels in 1984 in northern Nigeria where Glossina and trypanosomiasis were being actively controlled. Information is given on the differing infection rates in Zebu, N'Dama and Keteku cattle and on the different Glossina species which transmit Trypanosoma in different parts of Nigeria..

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