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Research (Published online: 24-04-2014)

16. Hydatidosis as a major cause of liver condemnation among parasitic diseases in goats and sheep in Keren slaughterhouse, Anseba zone, Eritrea - Michael K. Ghebremariam, Menghistab G.Debesai, D. Sanjay and A. P. Basharat
Veterinary World, 7(4): 266-270

 

 

   doi: 10.14202/vetworld.2014.266-270

 


Michael K. Ghebremariam: Department of Veterinary Sciences, Hamelmalo Agricultural College, Eritrea, North-East Africa; Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Menghistab G. Debesai: Department of Agricultural Economics, Hamelmalo Agricultural College, Eritrea, North-East Africa

D. Sanjay: Department of Veterinary Sciences, Hamelmalo Agricultural College, Eritrea, North-East Africa

A. P. Basharat: Department of Veterinary Sciences, Hamelmalo Agricultural College, Eritrea, North-East Africa

Received: 21-12-2013, Revised: 17-03-2014, Accepted: 26-03-2014, Published online: 24-04-2014


Corresponding author:
Michael K. Ghebremariam, email: michaelvet@yahoo.com




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