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noun accident, blunder, bungle, chance good fortune, chance happening, chance misfortune, chance occurrence, error, fortuity, lucky situation, miscalculation, misinterpretation, misjudgment, misreading, misunderstanding, once in a lifetime occurrence, random achievement, random luck, random mistake, random success, stroke of bad luck, stroke of misfortune
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AUTUMN is the high-risk season for liver fluke so it's time to plan onfarm parasite management to avoid unwanted costs of up to PS30 per infected animal, advises Hybu Cig Cymru - Meat Promotion Wales' industry development team.
To clarify the status of fishborne liver flukes in Vietnam, during 2011-2012, we conducted a survey for liver fluke metacercariae in fish from Phu Yen Province.
cDNA cloning and gene characterization of the mitochondrial large subunit (LSD) rRNA from the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica.
Amphimeriasis should be considered an endemic liver fluke infection among residents of this Chachi population in Ecuador.
The prevalence of liver fluke (Fascioloides magna) in the population was 89%, and the authors concluded that up to 32% of parasite-related death was due to this parasite.
Studies indicate that up to 80 percent of cattle in liver fluke enzootic areas could be infected.
Description of captive moose infected experimentally with metacercariae of the giant liver fluke (Fascioloides magna).
The initiative is funded by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and a Dr Owen Price scholarship and will kick off with the Wales rumen and liver fluke project.
antigens, which are likely to show cross-reactivity with other liver flukes (9).
TAKING action against liver fluke this autumn could save up to PS30 per animal, according to Hybu Cig Cymru.
ABSTRACT: The giant liver fluke (Fascioloides magna) is a parasite of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and wapiti (Cervus elaphus) that can cause extensive and conspicuous liver damage in moose (Alces alces), a dead-end host.
If they get a bug or worm, like liver fluke, which I've had here, it's animal welfare to treat it accordingly.