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Viability and infectivity of paramphistome metacercariae stored under different conditions


, : Viability and infectivity of paramphistome metacercariae stored under different conditions. Indian Veterinary Journal 62(6): 470-472

The in vitro viability of paramphistome metacercariae stored on Morus indica leaves at 5 degrees C and 100% relative humidity (RH) for 3, 12, 32 or 45 days was 39.3, 23, 5.7 and 0% resp. and the infectivity to lambs (per os) was 25, 17.5, 2 and 0% resp.

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