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“…The higher infection rates arising from T. vivax confirms the dominance of T. vivax as the most economically important trypanosome affecting livestock in Nigeria given the complementary roles played by other haematophaguos flies (Onyiah, 1997;Desquesnes and Dia, 2004) beside tsetse in mechanical transmission of this parasite.…”
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“…The higher infection rates arising from T. vivax confirms the dominance of T. vivax as the most economically important trypanosome affecting livestock in Nigeria given the complementary roles played by other haematophaguos flies (Onyiah, 1997;Desquesnes and Dia, 2004) beside tsetse in mechanical transmission of this parasite.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…In Nigeria, animal trypanosomosis still constitutes a major obstacle to food security in spite of previous attempts towards chemotherapeutic and tsetse control (Onyiah, 1997;Abenga et. al;2004). Like other parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, the disease is most devastating in terms of poverty and lost of agricultural production (Hursey, 2000).…”
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“…This finding corroborates reports from previous surveys conducted in the Region of the Boucle du Mouhoun and other tsetse infested area in Burkina Faso (Bengaly et al 2001;Bouyer and Bengaly ,2006;Desquesnes et al 1999). The predominance of T. vivax might be explained by the exclusive presence in the study area of tsetse flies belonging to the palpalis group which is known as the effective vectors of this trypanosome species (Moloo and Kutuza ,1988) and also by the abundance of mechanical vectors also known to be effective transmitters of T. vivax (Desquesnes and Dia ,2003;Desquesnes and Dia ,2004).…”
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“…The parasites described by Desquesnes (1997b) in isolates from French Guyana and Venezuela are most often long (20-26 µm), but sometimes short (15-16 µm), with mean sizes of 20.3 µm and 21.5 µm, respectively. When cultivated in calves or sheep, they sometimes appear pleomorphic, but the size of the kinetoplast remains constant (Desquesnes 2004).…”
Section: Biometric Analysis Of Several Samples Of T Vivaxmentioning