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Quantitative studies on the transmission of Parahistomonas wenrichi by ova of Heterakis gallinarum


Quantitative studies on the transmission of Parahistomonas wenrichi by ova of Heterakis gallinarum



Parasitology 70(3): 407-417



ISSN/ISBN: 0031-1820

DOI: 10.1017/s0031182000052185

In a quantitative study of the transovarial transmission of Parahistomonas wenrichi by Heterakis gallinae, small numbers of H. gallinae ova (3, 5 or 9 per bird) were fed to 3 groups of chickens and the subsequent incidence rates of Parahistomonas infections analysed. The results indicated that at least 25% of Heterakis ova, passed in the faeces of birds with concomitant Parahistomonas infection, carried the protozoon.

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