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Parasites affecting poultry

Code: 9781838792206
Larry McDougald, University of Georgia, USA

Chapter synopsis: Parasitic infections and infestations are a major challenge to poultry production worldwide. This chapter comprehensively surveys parasites affecting poultry, divided into the broad categories of protozoa, flagellates and worms as well as arthropods including lice, bedbugs, flies, beetles, mites, fleas and ticks. The chapter examines diagnosis, control, management and disinfection for each of the major parasites associated with poultry farming. It also addresses the pathology, epidemiology and molecular biology of the major parasitic infections, and suggests lines of future research and enquiry in this field.

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Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Coccidiosis 3 Non-Eimerian Coccidia 4 Flagellates 5 Blackhead disease (histomonosis, histomoniasis) 6 Cochlosoma anatis 7 Spironucleus meleagridis (formerly Hexamita meleagridis) 8 Tetratrichomonas gallinae (formerly Trichomonas gallinae) 9 Blood-borne protozoan parasites 10 Roundworms (Nematoda) 11 Tapeworms (Cestoda) 12 Trematodes (flukes) in poultry 13 Ectoparasites and arthropod pests 14 Conclusion and future trends 15 Where to look for further information 16 References

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