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Transovarian transmission of Babesia bovis in Boophilus microplus: obtaining a Babesia-free tick strain


Transovarian transmission of Babesia bovis in Boophilus microplus: obtaining a Babesia-free tick strain



Ciencia Rural 30(3): 455-459



ISSN/ISBN: 0103-8478

Semi-engorged B. microplus females were fed on carrier and B. bovis-infected cattle. On the 18th day after infestation, semi-engorged females were collected directly from the animals and after the 21st day, engorged females dropped off to the ground. The collected ticks were incubated at 27 degrees C and a relative humidity >70%. On the 5th day of oviposition, a direct examination of haemolymph smears was performed for identification of B. bovis.

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