J Parasitol. Jun;44(3) Growth and development of Heterakis gallinae in turkeys and chickens infected with Histomonas meleagridis. LUND EE . A NUMBER of helminths and especially parasitic nematodes are known to possess a hæmoglobin-like pigment1–3. In some instances, a detailed study has . In tests herein reported, fewer than one of every embryonated eggs of the cecal worm, Heterakis gallinae, were found to contain the blackhead parasite.
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THE effectiveness of phenothiazine for the removal of cecal worms Heterakis gallinae was first reported by McCulloch and Nicholson and Robets Sincethe value of the chemical for this purpose has been demonstrated by various workers.
Harwood and Guthrie obtained similar results when the regimen was followed for only one day. They concluded that efficacy could be correlated with dosage and that 0.
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The effect of levamisole and albendazole on some enzymes of Ascaridia galli and Heterakis gallinae.
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