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Notes on the parasitology, pathology and bio-physiology of springbok in the Mountain Zebra National Park

E. Young, F. Zumpt, P. A. Basson, B. Erasmus, P. A. Boyazoglu, J. Boomker
Koedoe | Vol 16, No 1 | a897 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/koedoe.v16i1.897 | © 1973 E. Young, F. Zumpt, P. A. Basson, B. Erasmus, P. A. Boyazoglu, J. Boomker | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 28 July 1973 | Published: 28 July 1973

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E. Young,
F. Zumpt,
P. A. Basson,
B. Erasmus,
P. A. Boyazoglu,
J. Boomker,

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Abstract

Thirteen species of parasitic metazoa and two protozoa have been identified. Pathological effects are described where applicable. Serological tests for virus diseases were negative but biochemical analyses revealed certain mineral deficiencies. The possible decimating effects of the former are discussed and appropriate guide lines for control suggested.


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