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Proffered papers - Health & Disease
Wednesday 6th August, 13:30-15:30
Harris
Chair: Wolfenson, S.
505 SEROPREVALENCE OF SELECTED AGENTS IN WILD AND CONFISCATED MOUNTAIN GORILLAS, CONFISCATED GRAUER’S GORILLAS AND OTHER PRIMATES IN THE VIRUNGA MASSIF
C.A. Whittier*1, F.B. Nutter2, M.K. Stoskopf1, M.R. Cranfield3
1North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, United States, 2The Marine Mammal Center, United States, 3Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, Inc., Rwanda
506 HELMINTHS PARASITIZING SUMATRAN ORANG-UTANS: A SURVEY AND NEW FINDINGS
Ivona Foitová*1, František Tenora2, Vlastimil Baruš3, Iveta Hodová1, Božena Koubková1, Wisnu Nurcahyo4
1Department of Botany and Zoology, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Czech Republic, 2Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Czech Republic, 3Institute of Parasitology, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Czech Republic, 4Department of Parasitology, Kedoktoran Hewan Faculty, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
507 FACTORS INFLUENCING POPULATIONS OF ENTODINIMORPH CILIATES IN WILD AND CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES
Klara Petrzelkova*1, David Modry2, Katerina Pomajbikova2, Ilona Profousova2, Jiri Kamler1, Katerina Schovancova4, Janova Eva1
1Institute of Vertebrate Biology AS CR, Czech Republic, 2Dept. of Parasitology, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Czech Republic, 3Biology Center, Institute of Parasitology, AS CR, Czech Republic, 4Dept. of Zoology and Ecology, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
508 AN INVESTIGATION OF GASTRO-INTESTINAL PARASITES IN CAPTIVE, SEMI-CAPTIVE, AND WILD CERCOPITHECINE PRIMATES OF SOUTHERN NIGERIA
S.C. Friant*1, Z.J. Tooze2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2CERCOPAN, Nigeria
509 BALD LEMUR SYNDROME: THE SYSTEMIC EFFECTS OF LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA ON LEMUR CATTA AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
G. Crawford*1, S. Ostapak1, A. Davidson2, T. Baker2, B. Puschner2, V. Affolter2, I. Stalis3, H. Rasamimanana4, A. Jolly5
1San Francisco Zoo Veterinary Department, United States, 2School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, United States, 3Zoological Society of San Diego, Wildlife Disease Laboratories, United States, 4Ecole Normale Superieure, University of Antananarivo, Madagascar, 5Department of Biology and Enviornmental Science, Sussex University, United Kingdom
510 INTERPRETING ALOPECIA IN RHESUS MONKEYS
T.R. Hobbs*, A. Maier, K. Coleman
Oregon National Primate Research Center, United States