B.S. Khillare's scientific contributions

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The present study was designed to evaluate the efficacies of commonly used anti-coccidial drugs viz. Sulphadimidine, Amprolium and Toltrazuril against coccidiosis in buffalo calves. Eighteen buffalo calves under 6 months of age naturally infected with coccidiosis were randomly divided into three groups (6 calves each). Calves were administered with...
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Backgroung: Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) is linked with the ability of sheep to resist infection by GIN as measured by feacal egg count. Present study was carried out to genotype Deccani sheep for DRB1 locus and associate it with parasitic resistance. Methods: PCR SSCP analysis for Ovar-DRB1 exon 2 and part of intron-1 was carried out und...
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In a round the year coprological prevalence survey of gastrointestinal parasitic infections in domestic buffaloes of Udgir area carried out from August 2015 to July 2016, a prevalence to the tune of 12.42% was noted. An overall prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites was recorded as Strongyles sp. 7.78%, Strongyloides sp. 1.61%, Trichuris sp. 1.04...
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In an attempt to obtain a enteroparasitic profile of a flock of cattle and buffalo calves with complaints of mild to severe loose feces from an organized farm, an incidence of 2 positive cases (N=10) for toxocarosis was found. Those were successfully treated with closantel. The severity of infection and effect of drug was monitored through EPG coun...
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In a coprological survey of gastrointestinal parasites in cattle of Udgir and surrounding area was conducted during August 2015 to July 2016. The overall prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in cattle was recorded to the extent of Strongyles sp. 9.30%, Strongyloides sp. 3.40%, Trichuris sp. 1.80%, Moniezia expansa 0.70%, Moniezia benedeni 0.20%...
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Fecal examination of 753 sheep and 740 goats, revealed Strongyles sp, Strongyloides sp, Trichuris sp, Moniezia expansa, Moniezia benedeni, Eimeria sp, mixed infection. The overall prevalence of parasites was observed as 52.32% in sheep and 51.89% in goats. In case of sheep & goats peak infection observed in monsoon followed by winter & lowest durin...
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The experiment was conducted for judging the efficacy of a herbal plant extract Holarrhena antidysenterica against caprine coccidiosis. The drug helped in reducing the oocyst count and helped in gaining the weight. The results were compared with amprolium and control group. Present experiment substantiates the use of plant herb for combating the ki...
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The histopathological and histochemical studies of intestines of goats affected with various species of Eimeria were conducted. Goats revealed acute to chronic enteritis evidenced by minimal to mild desquamation, disruption and exfoliation of glandular epithelial cells with bluntness of villi, exudation at the tip of villus, mild to moderate infilt...
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Studies on epidemiology of coccidiosis in domestic goats (Capra hircus) of Marathwada region were conducted during the period October 2005 to September 2007. The examination of total 1663 faecal samples of goats revealed that 689 samples were positive for Eimeria species and the overall prevalence was 41.43 percent. The all ten species viz. Eimeria...
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Occurrence of Pangonia flies were reported from two villages belonging to two districts of Marathwada region of Maharashtra. Flies were identified up to generic level based on proboscis, antennae and wing characteristics. Swarms of these flies attacking all animals, biting and sucking the blood followed by oozing of droplets of blood were observed....
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In the present study four herbal and one standard chemical drug were tested against lice in vitro and in vivo. The herbal pesticides like Karanj oil, eucalyptus oil, neem oil were diluted in 1 per cent Teepol solution as emulsifier. Topicure was used as such without any dilution. All the four herbal pesticides showed the results as Karanj oil 83-10...
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An epidemiological study revealed the prevalence of lice infestation on various host animals as 11.22, 32.16, 30.81 and 29.33 per cent on cattle, buffalo, sheep and goat respectively in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra state of India. The lice species prevalent on different host were Linognathus vituli, Haematopinus eurysternus and Damalinia bo...
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Epidemiological study on coccidiosis in cow claves of Marathwada region during July 2004 to June 2005 revealed an overall prevalence of 43.53% (431/990) in cow calves which was highest in July (64.16%) month and in monsoon (53.58%) season. The calves between 3-6 months of age group were highly (56.61%) susceptible to coccidiosis and higher prevalen...
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A study was conducted in the livestock dairy farm reported with the history of culicoides fly menace during summer season,the farm was treated with the herbal fly repellant product (AV/FRC/18) (supplied by M/S Ayurvet Limited, Baddi, H.P., India) recommended as 1 part with 20 parts of water for application on animal body and 1 part with 40 parts of...

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... Deworming in calves is essential and regular deworming cycle should be followed against parasitic infections. The toxocarosis, a calf hood disease mostly up to 6 months of age, the adult worms are eliminated spontaneously and it results in high morbidity, loss in production and disturbance in the breeding programme (Dappawar et al., 2020) [4] . Pathogenicity caused by T. vitulorum infection in young calves is seen mainly in the form of diarrhoea and steatorrhoea. ...
... This could be as a result of grazing practices in the study area where animals usually graze together thus having equal opportunities of helminthic infection. These findings are similar to those of Adua and Hassan (2016) and Bhangale et al. (2018) who reported that sex had no effect on infection with H. contortus. Barger (1993) argued that males are more susceptible to gastrointestinal parasites because of their hormonal influences. ...
... In dairy enterprises calf rearing is crucial management task as it represents future replacement stock. Optimized growth and minimum neonatal calf mortality is the key to successful and economically viable dairy farming (Dappawar et al., 2018) [1] . Many researchers reported that the livestock owners do not deworm their calves timely due to which the health of the calves remains poor in the small holder buffalo production system Singh 2000 andDas 2001) [2,3] . ...
... A literature review reported cases of severe anemia and mortality in young buffaloes infested by Linognathus vituli (Otter et al., 2003). Another epizootiological study revealed the prevalence of lice infestation on buffaloes in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra state of India (32.2% for H. tuberculatus), with occurrence mainly in the coldest seasons of the year (Sonule et al., 2011), findings similar to the present study. Despite growth of the buffalo population in Brazil, epizootiological studies on louse prevalence and their economic impact have yet to be performed. ...
... Additionally, fly repellent activity against house flies with 90-96% fly reduction lasted for 4h. In another study (Sonule et al. 2012), 4 herbal products viz. Karanj oil, eucalyptus oil, Neemazal (neem oil), each diluted in1% Teepol solution and emulsified, and a commercial 'Topicure' (Pinus longifolia, Eucalyptus and C. deodara oils) were tested against buffalo louse Haematopinus tuberculatus and goat louse in vitro by dip in concentrations of 4, 5 and 10%. ...
... It also showed severe lymphocytolysis in Peyer's patcheswith decreased lymphocytes in the medulla and partially in cortex with necrosis of villi and severe infiltration of MNC. These were in accordance to that ofKhillare and Narladkar (2013). ...
... In a study to determine the levels of infection of coccidia in cattle in South Africa, it was reported that adult cattle had low oocyte per gram (OPG) compared to calves, which were shedding significantly higher OPG of the most pathogenic species of Eimeria [17]. Calves between 3-6 months of age group were reported to be highly susceptible to coccidiosis and had a higher prevalence rate in males than in female calves [18]. ...
... Tap water has been used for preparation of serial dilutions of the candidate drugs by many researchers, which have been found inappropriate because ions naturally present in the water effect on egg hatching. Thakur et al., 2007Bark Pathak et al., 2004Maharaj et al.,2005Leaf Handule et al., 2002Pathak et al., 2004, Nawaz et al., 2015 Seed ...
... Seasonally, Eimeria spp. was most prevalent in summer (386/400; 96.5 per cent) and least prevalent in winter (324/400; 81 per cent). In the present study, higher prevalence of Eimeria spp. in goats is in consistent with the  ndings of Singh et al. (2015) and Khillare et al. (2014). Highest prevalence found in the month of May and June in summer were probably due to the stressful conditions caused by extremes of temperature and weather conditions, changes in environment, severe concurrent infection, dietary changes, poor nutrition, limited water resources and overcrowding (Constable, 2015). ...
... The first line of treatment of traumatic myiasis commonly involves the use of oviposition deterrents, larvicides and larva-repellents of plant origin; different plant-derived volatiles and oils such as camphor, turpentine oil, eucalyptus oil, neem oil, etc. have been shown to be very effective (Husain et al., 1991;Shalaby et al., 2016) [11,17] . Many commercial preparations based on such herbal constituents have also been shown to be very effective against traumatic myiasis (Anand, 2001;Debasis and Mousumi, 2005;Naraladker et al., 2011;Debnath et al., 2013) [1,7,12,8] . ...