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Articles by A.G. Arijo
Total Records ( 4 ) for A.G. Arijo
  A.G. Arijo , T.A. Qureshi and Z.A. Pathan
  This study was conducted to screen different snail species to determine their susceptibility for different parasitic infections and also to determine LC50 and LC90 values. The screening of snail species infected with Schistosome parasite and mean number of cercariae shed by individual infected snail was 184±12. The experiment on relationship of snail size and dose of Niclosamide showed that juvenile snails were more susceptible to chemical when compared with adult snails. A series of seven experiments indicated that concentration of 0.067 and 0.109 mg L-1 were required to kill 50 and 90% snails, respectively in an exposure period of 24 h and no death occurred in recovery period.
  A.G. Arijo , K.T. Omani and Z.I. Rajput
  One hundred dogs and equal number of cats was examined in Tandojam town and its surroundings, with an object to record the flea infestation in these hosts. During this study, only one species of flea, i.e., Ctenocephalides felis was founding infesting both host animals. Pooled compilation of data revealed that 34% of dogs and 28% cats were infested. However, categorical compilation of results showed that in case of dogs, the higher rate of infestation (50%) was recorded in females than in males (10%). Similar trend was also found in cats, where 25% females were found infested as against 11.11% in males. The trend of female bias infestation was also observed down to the level of young population of animals under study. The rate of infestation was higher in female puppies (40%) than in male puppies (26.66%). It was also higher in female kitten (37.84%) than in male kitten (12.43%).
  A.G. Arijo , M.J. Doenhoff , N.M. Soomro and Z.I. Rajput
  Experiments were conducted to study the host-parasite compatibility of various isolates of Biomphalaria glabrata snail and Schistosoma mansoni parasite isolates. A series of experiments conducted on 12 S. mansoni isolates have shown a range of infectivity potential for B. glabrata snail and 9 isolates of B. glabrata were found differentially susceptible to infection with S. mansoni trematode parasite
  S.A. Soomro , K.B. Mirbahar , M.I. Memon , A.G. Arijo and N.M. Soomro
  To see the relation between somatic cell count (SCC) and intensity of Chemical reaction on White Side Test (WST), Bromothymol Blue Test (BTBT) and Chloride Test (CLT), a total of 785 milk samples were chemically tested using all three tests. Out of 785 samples 109, 155 and 124 showed positive reactions on WST, BTBT and CLT respectively. The positive samples were graded as +(4), + + (8), + + + (12) and + + + + (16) according to the severity of reaction and their relative somatic cells were counted. The results revealed direct relation between SCC and intensity of chemical reaction. Ninety one percent of samples with positive reactions on all three tests had SCC over 200x103 which indicates that a SCC below 200x103 may be regarded as normal in buffalo.
 
 
 
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