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Faecal egg examination as an indicator of the worm burden and morbidity in early Schistosoma maftheei infections in cattle. Proceedings :16th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Su n City 10-15 August 1997, 065, p 20.

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De Bont, Jean, Darren Shaw, and Jozef Vercruysse. “Faecal Egg Examination as an Indicator of the Worm Burden and Morbidity in Early Schistosoma Maftheei Infections in Cattle. Proceedings :16th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Su n City 10-15 August 1997, 065, p 20.” In .
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De Bont, J., Shaw, D., & Vercruysse, J. (n.d.). Faecal egg examination as an indicator of the worm burden and morbidity in early Schistosoma maftheei infections in cattle. Proceedings :16th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Su n City 10-15 August 1997, 065, p 20.
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De Bont J, Shaw D, Vercruysse J. Faecal egg examination as an indicator of the worm burden and morbidity in early Schistosoma maftheei infections in cattle. Proceedings :16th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Su n City 10-15 August 1997, 065, p 20.
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De Bont, Jean, Darren Shaw, and Jozef Vercruysse. “Faecal Egg Examination as an Indicator of the Worm Burden and Morbidity in Early Schistosoma Maftheei Infections in Cattle. Proceedings :16th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Su n City 10-15 August 1997, 065, p 20.” Print.
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