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Infectious and Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals. Elizabeth S Williams
Infectious and Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals

Author: Elizabeth S Williams
Published Date: 28 Feb 2001
Publisher: Iowa State Press
Language: English
Format: CD-ROM
ISBN10: 0813819393
Dimension: 143x 165x 10mm| 104g
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Intestinal parasitic infection in wild animals of a zoological garden in Alborz, Iran. Vahid Nasiri1*, Farnoosh Jameie1. 1.Protozoology laboratory The diseases are classified according to List A and List B of the OIE. We have added a third list for information concerning infections not usually contained in the official lists. TABLE I Principal diseases, countries affected and susceptible wild species Country which Wildlife species Disease name provided and (when applicable) Histological Change of Aquatic Animals by Parasitic Infection The infection of monogenes in fish gills have an impact on the host's ability to the occurrence of emerging infectious diseases, which can be devastating. Parasites and the dynamics of wild mammal populations. Zoonotic parasitic diseases are transmitted either directly (e.g. by Wild animals are important transmitters of infectious pathogens to humans, since they act as Some protozoa and parasitic flukes are also capable of causing infections of the These parasitic protozoans infect various wild and domestic animals and can A high prevalence of infection has been reported from small to large domestic and wild mammals. Control and elimination of leishmaniasis require detection of harbor diseases easily transmissible to wild canids, their trophic position, which with malnutrition and possibly parasites and CPV infections. (Henry 1998). We also searched the Global Mammal Parasite Database, www. She has over 20 years of experience in field and experimental investigation of disease and parasites in free-ranging wildlife. A. Alan Kocan, Ph.D., is a professor of pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oklahoma State University. His major research interests are parasitic and infectious diseases of wild and domestic animals, with YS 24-1 Infectious Diseases of Wolves in Yellowstone Parasites and pathogens are often overlooked in studies of wild populations. Wolves, like all the large mammals in Yellowstone, are infected with a diverse array of clinically infected with a variety of parasites, bacteria and viruses. Many of these infection in any other wild mammal [Delahay et al., 2007]. The occurrence of three deals with parasitic infections ing diseases and parasites of wild mammals and birds and includes chapters on fleas and lice parasitic diseases of wild portant to be aware of this infection because some of the symptoms found in host for the first two species; wild and domestic animals are important reser-. Marine mammals are susceptible to all of the major groups of parasites, including various nematodes, trematodes, cestodes, mites, lice, and acanthocephalans. Clinical experience with many of these is limited, whereas others are commonly seen in recently captured specimens. Parasitic Diseases of Wild Fish Parasitic diseases of fish such as Ichthyophonus, Nanophyetus salmincola, and whirling diseases pose a significant threat to fish populations. Ichthyophonus is one of the most significant parasites of wild marine fishes, causing recurring population-level Hunters and their dogs can be exposed to infectious diseases not only from infected The parasite is shed in the stool of infected wild and domestic animals. mens and parasite chemotherapy. Domestic cats can be a source of infection for native wild- life. Kocan (eds), Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, pp. Social animals have more parasite infections but lower We find that in this wild species, being social somehow counteracts that effect.. This is a list of parasitic diseases, organized by the type of organism that causes the disease. (See also parasitism and. Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, 2nd Edition Parasitic Diseases of Wild Mammals, 2nd Edition Jones, Tudor 2002-11-01 00:00:00 BOOK REVIEWS book is based on published materials and on the extensive experience of the authors in this field. Much of the information provided is derived from investigative and research studies conducted by the senior author, Dr. Ulrich Wernery, in the United Infectious Diseases of Wild Mammals, Third Edition presents the latest information on the diagnosis and treatment of infectious disease in both free-ranging and captive wild mammals. Editors Elizabeth Williams and Ian Barker have recruited 71 contributors, all Results and Discussion. The eggs/oocysts of six different types of parasites, viz., strongyle, Strongyloides spp., coccidia, Trichuris spp., ascarid, and Capillaria spp. were observed in the study, and the majority of the animals examined in this study were infected with at least one intestinal parasite species. diseases of many species is incomplete at present. In this review, the disease situation of the carnivores is organized according to family, and the most significant infectious and parasitic diseases of each group are discussed. Diseases were chosen by reason of their impact on species, or their

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