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Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2019)

Epidemiological studies on sarcoptic mange in camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Bikaner district (West Rajasthan)

Author(s):
Gaurav Kumar Jain, AP Singh, Jitendra Tanwer, Sumnil Marwaha and Anju Chahar
Abstract:
An effort had been made to draw a picture of epidemiological data of sarcoptic mange in camels in relation to age, sex, nutritional status and body condition. The incidence of sarcoptic mange in population was 31%. Camels aged above 8 years were highly affected. Male were more affected than female. Poor body condition and poor nutritional status also made camels more prone to having sarcoptic mange.
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How to cite this article:
Gaurav Kumar Jain, AP Singh, Jitendra Tanwer, Sumnil Marwaha and Anju Chahar. Epidemiological studies on sarcoptic mange in camels (<em>Camelus dromedarius</em>) in Bikaner district (West Rajasthan). 2019; 8(4): 01-02.
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