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Host-parasite relationships in the system Besnoitia besnoiti and Citellus fulvus



Host-parasite relationships in the system Besnoitia besnoiti and Citellus fulvus



Voprosy Priorodnoi Ochagovosti Boleznei (10): 73-81



Citellus fulvus were infected orally or parenterally with Besnoitia besnoiti cysts from the skin of cattle or by zoites in tissue suspension of infected C. fulvus. All modes of infection produced severe clinical disease from day 4 after infection, death occurring usually between days 10 and 12. Severe leucocytosis was recorded, but there was no significant change in erythrocyte number or haemoglobin level.

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