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Title: Intoxicação por Ipomoea asarifolia em ovinos e bovinos na Ilha de Marajó
Other Titles: Poisoning by Ipomoea asarifolia in cattle and sheep in the Marajó Island, Northern Brazil
metadata.dc.creator: TORTELLI, Fábio Py
BARBOSA NETO, José Diomedes
OLIVEIRA, Carlos Magno Chaves
DUARTE, Marcos Dutra
CERQUEIRA, Valíria Duarte
OLIVEIRA JÚNIOR, Carlos Alberto de
CORREA, Franklin Riet
RIVERO, Gabriela Riet Correa
Keywords: Ipomoea asarifolia
Pará - Estado
Amazônia brasileira
Bovino
Ovinos
Envenenamento
Planta tóxica
Ilha de Marajó - PA
Issue Date: Dec-2008
Citation: TORTELLI, Fábio Py et al. Intoxicação por Ipomoea asarifolia em ovinos e bovinos na Ilha de Marajó. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro, v. 28, n. 12, p. 622-626, dez. 2008. Disponível em: <http://www.scielo.br/pdf/pvb/v28n12/a11v2812.pdf>. Acesso em: 01 mar. 2012. <http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0100-736X2008001200011>.
Abstract: To determine plant poisonings occurring on Marajo Island, state of Pará, northern Brazil, 7 farms were visited. All farms had native pastures with low forage availability severely infected by Ipomoea asarifolia. In 5 farms poisoning in sheep by the plant was reported. The disease occurs mainly during the dry period and lambs are more frequently affected than adult sheep. Sheep with clinical signs were observed in 2 farms. In 4 establishments farmers reported the occurrence of I. asarifolia poisoning in cattle. In one farm affected cattle were observed during two visits, one during the dry season and another at the start of the raining season. Deaths are observed mainly in calves. In both species the poisoning occurs every year with variable morbidity and low mortality. One bovine and one sheep with severe clinical signs were euthanized and post-mortem examination was performed. No gross or histologic significant lesions were observed. In all farms buffaloes were raised together with cattle and sheep, and in 3 farms goats were also raised. None of the farmers reported the intoxication in these species.
URI: http://repositorio.ufpa.br/jspui/2011/2493
ISSN: 0100-736X
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