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Trypanotolerant Livestock in the Context of Trypanosomiasis Intervention Strategies
March 7, 2005
by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA
Written in English
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Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis. intervention strategies. PAAT Technical Scientiﬁc Series 7, 1– The current study aims to determine the current prevalence of. discusses the importance of asymptomatic carriage in the context of elimination of these diseases by Trypanotolerance in African Animal Trypanosomiasis Trypanotolerance in AAT (Box 1) has been recognized for more than one century . Symptoms of AAT in livestock due to Trypanosoma congolense, Trypanosoma vivax, or Trypanosoma.
2 Agyemang, K. () Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomosis intervention strategies. PAAT Sci. Techn. Ser. 7, 3 Griffin, L. and Allonby, E.W. () Trypanotolerance in breeds of sheep and goats with an experimental infection of Trypanosoma congolense. Vet. . 4 Plain blood or anticoagulated blood in EDTA and/or heparin (10 ml) Needle biopsies of prescapular and precrural lymph node aspirates for T. vivax and T. brucei brucei Cerebrospinal fluid for T. brucei Serological tests Serum samples (10–20 ml) Procedures Identification of the agent Direct examination of fresh blood or buffy coat between slide and cover slide can sometimes lead.
Trypanosomosis in domestic livestock negatively impacts food production and economic growth in many parts of the world, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. The identification of mechanisms that mediate depressed immune responses might suggest novel disease intervention strategies TRYPANOSOMIASIS. Consistent with results of trypanosome prevalence surveys during intervention, the data at the end of the intervention indicated a significantly (p intervention area from % before testing of best-bet strategies to % after their implementation.
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Trypanosomiasis poses a considerable constraint on livestock-agricultural development in tsetse-infested areas of sub-Saharan Africa. For various and complex reasons, many efforts to limit or eradicate trypanosomiasis have failed or have had limited success.
However, in certain areas of West Africa, livestock production remains impossible, despite the presence of tsetse fly, though the use of. Get this from a library. Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies.
[Kwaku Agyemang.] -- Trypanosomiasis poses a considerable constraint on livestock-agricultural development in tsetse-infested areas of sub-Saharan Africa. In certain areas of West Africa, livestock production remains. Note: tryps = trypanosomiasis. Source: FAO, Many governments in the region have responded to the option of using trypanotolerant livestock in combating the threat of tsetse-transmitted trypanosomiasis, as evidenced by the large number of externally-funded projects executed during the s and s (ILCA, a; de Haan, ) and the continued consideration of trypanotolerant.
Trypanotolerance (see Glossary) is the ability to survive, reproduce and remain productive under trypanosomiasis risk without the need for the use of chemicals to control the vector or drugs to control the offers farmers an important option for sustainable livestock production in areas at risk from trypanosomiasis.
Contrary to the widespread belief that these trypanotolerant Cited by: The use of trypanotolerant breeds in the mainly trypanosomiasis endemic regions of SSA (where typically the production of trypanosusceptible animals is already limited by the disease prevalence) has minimal epidemiological implications in terms of the danger of becoming a reservoir for the disease to non-tolerant by: Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies, in PAAT Technical and Scientific Series 7 (Rome: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations;).
Alexander D. H., Novembre J., Lange K. Fast model-based estimation of ancestry in unrelated individuals. Genome Res. N'Dama is a breed of cattle from West names for them include Boenca or Boyenca (Guinea-Bissau), Fouta Jallon, Djallonké or Djallonké cattle, Fouta Longhorn, Fouta Malinke, Futa, Malinke, Mandingo (Liberia), and N'Dama Petite (Senegal).Originating in the Guinea highlands, they are also found in southern Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, the Gambia, Mali, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, and.
Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies. PAAT Technical and Scientific Series 7, FAO, Rome, Italy. Allison, PD and Christakis, NA Logit models for sets of ranked items. The importance of trypanosomiasis in Nigeria especially to livestock has been recognized in the wake of the 20th century.
As soon as the disease started to cause the death of livestock and consequent economic losses, the defunct West African Institute for Trypanosomiasis Research (WAITR) in now known as Nigerian Institute for Trypanosomiasis Research (NITR). Agyemang K. Pertinent issues in designing analytical frameworks.
Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies (Chapter 7, Vol. PAAT Technical and Scientific Series. Food & Agriculture Org, Rome, Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies.
PAAT Techn. Sci. Ser. ; 7: Google Scholar] estimates that ∼32% of sheep and 47% of goats in West and Central Africa are trypanotolerant.
African animal trypanosomiasis is a major livestock health challenge in Africa. The current perspective on the complexity of trypanosome parasites– host interaction.
There is the need to identify refined trypanotolerant QTL to facilitate genomic selection. O human and 3 million livestock deaths recorded annually in sub-Saharan Africa are due to the disease (Mulumba, ). The socio-economic impact of animal trypanosomiasis is quite difficult to analyze, but an estimate of losses amounting to over million US dollars in meat, milk, loss in traction power and control program have been.
Various methods have been implemented to control African trypanosomiasis ; including (i) vector control, (ii) reducing the proximity of livestock to reservoir hosts, (iii) development op trypanotolerant livestock (disease-resistant breeds) (5, 21), and (iv) using trypanocidal drugs.
Trypanotolerant Livestock in the Context of Trypanosomiasis. Intervention Strategies. Programme Against Africa Trypanosomiasis Technical and Country of study was a significant predictor of. “Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies,” in PAAT Technical and Scientific Series 7 (Rome: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations).
Google Scholar. Alexander, D. H., Novembre, J., and Lange, K. Fast model-based estimation of ancestry in unrelated individuals. The use of trypanotolerant breeds for livestock farming should be considered if the disease is widespread.
Fly control is another option but is difficult to implement. The main approaches to controlling African trypanosomiasis are to reduce the reservoirs of infection and the presence of the tsetse fly.
Separation of livestock and wild animals is effective but difficult. Use of trypanotolerant livestock breeds is the only option is some areas where economic restraints prevent constant treatment and control.
Tsetse fly control by sprays, traps, dips and release of sterile male flies is effective but expensive and time-consuming. World's Best PowerPoint Templates - CrystalGraphics offers more PowerPoint templates than anyone else in the world, with over 4 million to choose from.
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Agyemang K: Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies. PAAT Technical and Scientific Series 7. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Agyemang K: Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies.
PAAT Technical and Scientific Series 7. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Reference Source [Google Scholar].Trypanotolerant animal breeds were introduced to Nigeria as early as as a strategy against AAT.
Between and approximately N'dama cattle were shipped to Nigeria from the Gambia.Trypanotolerant livestock in the context of trypanosomiasis intervention strategies. PAAT Technical and Scientific Series 7, FAO, Rome, Italy. Trypanosomiasis in cattle: prospects for control.