2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352006000300014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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J.V. Araújo,
R.C.L. Assis,
A.K. Campos
et al.

Abstract: Efeito antagônico de fungos predadores dos gêneros

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“…Araújo et al (2004b) reported that the treatment of animals with pellets of M. thaumasium decreased pasture contamination, reducing animal OPG by up to 100% and making anti-helminthic treatments unnecessary. These authors also evaluated six isolates of nematophagous fungi, including M. sinense, and found a promising predatory capacity on infective larvae (p<0.05) (Araújo et al, 2006b). Castro et al (2003) demonstrated that M. sinense and M. appendiculatum remained viable after passing through the gastrointestinal tract of horses, without losing the capacity to predate infective Cyathostominae larvae.…”
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“…Araújo et al (2004b) reported that the treatment of animals with pellets of M. thaumasium decreased pasture contamination, reducing animal OPG by up to 100% and making anti-helminthic treatments unnecessary. These authors also evaluated six isolates of nematophagous fungi, including M. sinense, and found a promising predatory capacity on infective larvae (p<0.05) (Araújo et al, 2006b). Castro et al (2003) demonstrated that M. sinense and M. appendiculatum remained viable after passing through the gastrointestinal tract of horses, without losing the capacity to predate infective Cyathostominae larvae.…”
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“…Araújo et al (2006) studied six nematophagous fungi isolates, including M. sinense and M. thaumasium, and found a promising predatory capacity on Cooperia sp. and Oesophagostomum sp.…”
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“…It happened because the results from in vitro tests after the passage by the gastrointestinal tract of lambs showed very promising data. In addition, the fungus was isolated from the same location where the field tests were performed, and according to Araújo et al (2006) the fungal species from the same location should be preferred for controlling nematodes.…”
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“…In addition, the fungus was isolated from the same location where the field tests were performed, and according to Araújo et al (2006) the fungal species from the same location should be preferred for controlling nematodes.…”
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