STUART, Peter Daniel, Olwen GOLDEN, Annetta ZINTL, Theo DE WAAL, Grace MULCAHY, Elaine MCCARTHY a Colin LAWTON. A coprological survey of parasites of wild carnivores in Ireland. Parasitology Research. Springer, 2013, roč. 112, č. 10, s. 3587–3593. ISSN 0932-0113. doi:10.1007/s00436-013-3544-7.
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Základní údaje
Originální název A coprological survey of parasites of wild carnivores in Ireland
Autoři STUART, Peter Daniel (372 Irsko, garant, domácí), Olwen GOLDEN (372 Irsko), Annetta ZINTL (372 Irsko), Theo DE WAAL (372 Irsko), Grace MULCAHY (372 Irsko), Elaine MCCARTHY (372 Irsko) a Colin LAWTON (372 Irsko).
Vydání Parasitology Research, Springer, 2013, 0932-0113.
Další údaje
Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Článek v odborném periodiku
Obor 10600 1.6 Biological sciences
Stát vydavatele Spojené státy
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
WWW URL
Impakt faktor Impact factor: 2.327
Kód RIV RIV/00216224:14310/13:00072324
Organizační jednotka Přírodovědecká fakulta
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00436-013-3544-7
UT WoS 000324326500026
Klíčová slova anglicky Carnivores Ireland zoonoses wildlife disease
Štítky AKR, rivok
Příznaky Mezinárodní význam, Recenzováno
Změnil Změnila: Ing. Andrea Mikešková, učo 137293. Změněno: 28. 4. 2014 15:44.
Anotace
The increasing movement of people to wilderness areas, shrinking of wildlife habitats and the resulting urbanisation of wildlife has led to growing concerns about the transfer of parasitic diseases, particularly from contaminated faeces. Faecal samples from wild carnivores in Ireland were examined for the presence of protozoan and nematode parasites. Red fox samples were positive for Uncinaria stenocephala, Eucoleus aerophilus , Toxocara canis , Trichuris vulpis and Isospora-like oocysts. Badger (Meles meles) samples were positive for Uncinaria criniformis , E. aerophilus and Isospora-like oocysts. No parasites were observed in pine marten faeces. Approximately 5 % of American mink samples were positive for Cryptosporidium by polymerase chain reaction,identified as Cryptosporidium andersoni and ‘mink’ genotype. The results suggest that wild carnivores in Ireland have a range of parasites, although it is unclear from the present study to what extent these infections are associated with morbidity. While it can be expected that, via their faeces, wild carnivores contribute to the spread of these parasites, they are unlikely the primary source of environmental contamination. Therefore, they should not always be the principal target of control measures.
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