Amashyua : Trypanosomiasis in Rwandan Cattle
African animal trypanosomiasis is a disease of great importance in the cattle populations of Africa. It poses a hindrance not only to economic development of third world nations but also impacts individual farmers who depend on cattle for their livelihood. This report focuses on trypanosomiasis in cattle using a case diagnosed in Rwanda during the summer of 2003.
Cattle -- Diseases -- Rwanda; Cattle -- Parasites -- Rwanda
Senior seminar paperSeminar SF610.1 2005 W38
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