This symposium volume considers some of the recent developments in veterinary parasitology. The book includes various papers that discuss such topics as the significance of epidemiology; the current position of vaccine application and development; the immunological responses of sheep to infection with Haemonchus contortus and cattle to infections with gastrointestinal nematodes; drug resistance in veterinary parasites; the possibility of controlling nematode infections by using predacious micro fungi; the impact of nutrition in pathogenesis of bovine trypanosomiasis; and the status of the cattle nematode Onchocerca ochengi as a model for studies on human onchocerciasis.The peaks for the SENS isolate were 21.4+2.3 pS (8% area) labelled G25; 33.0+ 4.8 pS (31% area) labelled G35; 38.1 + 1.2 pS ... 5A illustrates the use of the two- micropipette technique for measuring the input conductance of the pharynx of Ascaris. ... 5 B shows in the top two traces a diagram of the effect of injecting a 500 msec rectangular current pulse (Ini) and its effect on the membrane potential (Em).
|Author||:||Richard J. Martin, Henk D. F. H. Schallig, Leslie H. Chappell|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2000|