Interaction between physiological status in N'Dama cows and trypanosome infections and its effect on health and productivity of cattle
MetadataShow full item record
Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/28043
Reports a study of the interaction between trypanosome infections and physiological status on health and productivity in N'Dama cattle managed under traditional husbandry practices in The Gambia. Discusses production environments and herd management, parasite kinetics, erythropoietic response and body weight changes. Examines trypanosome prevalence in cows of different physiological status during exposure to seasonally high challenge of tsetse flies, PCV (Packed Cell Volume) of cows of different physiological status, infected or uninfected with trypanosomes during exposure to seasonally high challenge of tsetse flies.
- ILRI archive