Medical Definition of Coccidia of cattle

1. Eimeria zuernii, the species most often associated with clinical cases of coccidiosis in calves and young adults; found in the caecum and lower bowel, and sometimes in the small intestine. Eimeria bovis, a species that occurs principally in the small intestine causes clinically recognizable disease; many less common species have been described. Synonym: coccidia of cattle. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coccidia Of Cattle

cocarboxylases
cocarcinogen
cocarcinogenesis
cocarcinogenic
cocarcinogens
cocas
cocatalyst
cocatalysts
cocawine
coccal
cocci
coccic
coccid
coccid insect
coccidia
coccidia of cattle (current term)
coccidia of chickens
coccidia of geese
coccidia of pheasants
coccidia of rabbits
coccidia of sheep and goats
coccidia of swine
coccidia of turkeys
coccidial
coccidioidal
coccidioidal granuloma
coccidioides
coccidioidin
coccidioidin test
coccidioidoma

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