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Articles by Benakhla Ahmed
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  Medjouel Ilyes and Benakhla Ahmed
  A study was carried out on 144 local chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus), from rural area of El-Tarf to determine the prevalence of cestode parasites in the intestinal tract of the chickens. The overall prevalence rate was 88.19%, in the El-Tarf poultry. At least one species of cestodes was found on every chicken examined. Seven species of cestodes were identified in all; they had the following prevalences: Raillietina echinobothrida (83.33%), Raillietina tetragona (68.75%), Raillietina cesticillus (29.16%), Hymenolepis carioca (12.5%), Choanotaenia infundibulum (11.8%), Davainea proglottina (11.11%) and Amoebotaenia cuneata (4.16%). This study showed that there was no significant difference (p>0.05) between the prevalence of cestodes in relation to age and sex.
  Medjouel Ilyes , Benakhla Ahmed , Senouci Kheira , Djelil Hanene and Matallah Fouzi
  A study was carried out on 144 local chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus), from rural area of El-Tarf to determine the prevalence of chewing lice (Phthiraptera). The overall prevalence rate was 100% in the El-Tarf poultry. Nine different species of chewing lice were identified during this study: Menopon gallinae, Goniocotes gallinae, Lipeurus caponis, Goniodes dissimilis, Goniodes gigas, Menacanthus stramineus, Cuclotogaster heterographus, Menacanthus cornutus and Menacanthus pallidulus. Menopon gallinae (97.2%) was the most prevalent lice identified. The mean intensity of lice in the area of El-Tarf was 172.5 per chicken. Menopon gallinae was the species which has the highest mean intensity of infestation (83.2%). The distribution of nine chewing lice on poultry and their most preferred sites was determined.
 
 
 
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