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Articles by A. Dalimi
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. Dalimi
  M. Ghassemi , A. Dalimi and S.H. Navidpour
  Considering the climate of Iran, the country is so rich with respect to the diversity of scorpions. The highest prevalence of scorpion bite and mortality resulted from it occurs in Khoozestan across the country. The samples of scorpions for this research (Apistobuthus susanae and Odontobuthus bidentatus) have been collected from different parts of Khoozestan Province (Southwest of Iran) using UV Method. The desired morphological characters were measured with a digital caliper. The data were analyzed using SPSS software (Version 14) with ANOVA and t-test. The result shows significant differences between male and female scorpions in intra-species comparison and between same sexes in inter-species comparison.
  M. Arbabi , A. Dalimi , F. Ghafarifar and M. Foroozandeh Moghadam
  Dicrocoeliosis is a hepatic parasitic disease of clinical and financial significance in ruminant breeding throughout the world. The present study was carried out to estimate the prevalence and intensity of Dicrocoelium dendriticum in slaughtered sheep and goats in various geographical areas of Iran. In a cross-sectional study, totally, 10190 of slaughtered sheep and goats at abattoirs located in 8 provinces of Iran were examined via necropsy of livers and gall bladders. Specimens were identified morphologically then the collected parasites were counted. Overall 0.93% of the livers were found to be infected. The prevalence of Dicrocoelium infection in sheep and goat were 0.85 and 1.29%, respectively. The highest prevalence in sheep and goats belong to East Azerbaijan province and the lowest belong to Fars province. This study indicated that the prevalence of dicrocoeliosis in sheep and goat of Iran was quite lower than expected.
 
 
 
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