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The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa

The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa: x + 121 pp.

The epidemiology, diagnosis and control of gastro-intestinal parasites of ruminants in Africa

This spiral-bound handbook reviews the epidemiology of gastro-intestinal helminths and protozoa of ruminants of sub-Saharan Africa, and presents procedures and techniques for their diagnosis, survey and control. The procedures are clearly described and illustrated.

Accession: 002249988

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