Prevalence of Cryptosporidium spp. In calves and different water resources

D. A. AL-Sawah; T. I. AL-Alousy; M. A. Kadir

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 155-165

  The study was planned to show the prevalence of Cryotosporidium spp. in calves and water sources in Salahaddin governorate. The study included 137 faecal samples of calves in the villages and indoor husbandry from Al-Ishaky private farm, 87 males and 50 females for period from beginning of July ...  Read More

Natural occurrence of t-2 toxin in broiler,s feed commodities determined with ELISA

A.M. Shareef

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 167-173

  Two hundred and twenty six broilers feed commodities were collected from different broiler flocks in Ninevah governorate(Iraq), through the period from January 2004 toDecember 2005. Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay method was used for T-2 toxin estimation. Results showed that, 81.5% of the total examined ...  Read More

Study of efeect of eimeeria tenella vaccine attenuated by x –ray wtth using levamisol on pathogenictty in broiler

A. F. AI-Taee; E. G. Zakaria

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 169-183

  This study has been administered to broilers which were given vaccine prepared form sporulated oocyst of E. tenella that attenuated by X-ray (10, 15, 20) K rad, in its 1st day with dose 1×104 oocyt /bird orally. Levamisole was used as an immunostimualant with 15mg/kg- body weight during 4 days after ...  Read More

Prevalence of lice infesting goats in Mosul

T. M. Al-Saffar

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 175-181

  The aim of this study is to find the prevalence and diagnosis species of lice infesting goats in different seasons and different areas and farms in Mosul, and to determine the severity of infestation among 450 native goats during a period of one year. The result of the study revealed that 14.2 % of the ...  Read More

Effect of ultraviolet and ultrasound on newcastle disease virus

M. Y. AL-Attar

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 185-192

  The effect of ultraviolet irradiation on Newcastle disease virus( virulant and vaccinial strains) was studied .Results showed decrease the titer of virulant strain about 1.5 Log 10 and 1.2 Log 10 at254and 366 nm respectively such effect was less on vaccinial strain .Haemagglutination (HA) activity ...  Read More

Preparation of local inactivated hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome vaccine

M. Y. Al-Attar; Th. M. Al-Nima

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 193-199

  Monovalent and Bivalent formalin inactivated vaccine was prepared using two different in pathogenecity local isolates of adeno virus serotype 4 which causing hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome in chicken The efficacy evaluation was carried out by S/C injection of prepared vaccine in 10 days old chickens ...  Read More

Etiological study on egg peritonitis of laying and parent stock hens

T. S. Ali; T. S. Qubih

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 193-198

  The aim of this study is to diagnose the etiologic agents of egg peritonitis. Sixty one chicks affected with egg peritonitis were examined clinically, pathologically, microbiologically and serologically. The results showed swelling of abdomen redding of skin, and abduction of legs. Necropsy showed peritonitis ...  Read More

Possiblity of isolation of inclusion body hepatitis virus in layer hens

H. K. Ismail; F. A. Isihak; A. A. Shamaun

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 199-205

  The aim of this study was isolation of the inclusion body hepatitis virus (IBH) from infected commercial layer hens in Ninevah governorate and identification the pathological effects of this virus. The natural infection of IBH revealed pathognomic basophilic and eosinophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies ...  Read More

Pathogenicity study of hydropericardium syndrome virus in broiler

M. Y. Al-Attar; Th. M. Alnima

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 201-208

  Pathogenicity of eighteen local viral isolates of hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome (HHS) in broiler were studied in 1 & 21 days old age chickens using intraperitoneum injection and oral administration .According to macroscopic and histopathological changes , four isolates were found to be highly ...  Read More

The effect of aflatoxins on the immunological response to hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome vaccine in broilers

S. Y. Albaroody; F. A. Danial; A. Z. Daood

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 209-214

  The immunosuppressive effect of affatoxin (AF) on the antibody titer level of broiler chicks vaccinated against hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome (HHS) virus was studied . Four groups of chicks were used . The first group was vaccinated with HHS vaccine only; the 2nd group was fed AF contaminated ...  Read More

Diagnostic study of infection with Schistosoma spp in sheep and cattle in Ninevah Governorate

E. Gh. Suliman; S. S. Aghwan

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 215-227

  Through the examination of 78 fecal sample of sheep and 52 fecal sample of cattle collected from different region in Ninevah governorate, the percentage of infection with schistosoma eggs in sheep and cattle were 7.69%, 19.23 respectively with significant differences between sheep and cattle, two types ...  Read More

Toxicity of sarcocytis gigantea detected From sheep in ninevah governorate

N. S. Al-Hyali; A. F. Al-Taee

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 229-243

  This study was included the detection of the infection with Sarcocystis gigantean in sheep, the mature cystic stages was appeared oval or cylindrical shaped with a diameter of 7.8 2.8 mm and 1.5 μm thick striped cyst wall. The total rate of infection with the macroscopic type in sheep oesophagus reached ...  Read More

The effect of methionine supplementation to broiler chicken diets on body weight uniformity and relationship between economical triats

S. A. M. Dabdoub; Th. A. .A. .Azaldeen

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 245-255

  A Total of 180 day old male Cobb broiler chicks were raised, from day old untill 42 day of age to investigate the effect of adding graded levels of methionine (0.10, 0.15 and 0.20%) in comparison with basal diet on broiler body weight, uniformity and the relationship between economical traits and economical ...  Read More

Role of Catheterization in Causing Urinary Tract Infection During Surgical operations in Dogs

M. M. H. A-Jammly

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 257-267

  This study investigated the role of urinary catheterization in causing urinary tract infection in dogs during experimental surgical procedure in addition to isolation and identification of micro–organisms which causes urinary tract infections (UTI). Eighteen dogs from both sexes aged between (9 month ...  Read More

Isolation and Diagnosis of Bacterial Causes Urinary Tract Infection in Slaughter Sheep in Mosul City

M.M. Aljemaly; M.M. Zenad

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 269-280

  The study included isolation and diagnosis of causative microorganisms of urinary tract infection of sheep slaughter in slaughter house in Mosul. (66) samples of urine collected from urinary bladder directly by sterile syringe from clinically healthy sheep (one animal suffered from dysuria) from both ...  Read More

Isolation and Diagnosis of Prototheca from Bovine Mastitis in AL-Mosul city

S. Y. AL-Dabbagh

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 281-294

  This study included the isolation and diagnosis of Prototheca microorganism from milk samples of 80 Cows with clinical and subclinical mastitis from different areas in Mosul city , from October 2006 to May 2007 . Prototheca were identified using morphological, cultural and biochemical characteristics ...  Read More

A study of bacterial agents and lesions on urinary tract in bovine

S. Y. Mahmood; B. Y. Rasheed; M. Sh. Rhaymah

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 295-305

  This study was conducted on 50 cattle affected with inflammation of the urinary tract. Urine samples were collected from cattle that showed several lesions following their slaughter. Forty two bacterial isolates were found with a percent of isolation of 84% Escherichia coli constituted 42% of the isolates, ...  Read More

Comparative study of imidocarb, oxytetracycline 20% and diminazine in treatment of bovine anaplasmosis

K. A. M. AlSaad

Volume 21, Issue 2 , December 2007, Pages 307-316

  Thirty local breed cattle (2-5) years old naturally infected with Anaplasma marginale were used in this study, the animals were divided randomly into three equal groups (10 animals for each), first group was treated with Imidocarb dipropionate, intramuscular at a dose rate of (3.5) mg/kg B.W. Second ...  Read More