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Volume 4, Number 1 (2018)

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Volume 1, Number 8 (2014)

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Volume 1, Number 7 (2014)


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Prevalence of Plasmodium and Other Parasites of Exotic and Local Breed of Chickens at Maiduguri, Borno State
This study was aimed at determine the prevalence of plasmodium in poultry (chickens)
Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria, A total of three hundred (300) blood sample of different birds
was collected randomly from the study area, out of three hundred (300) samples, two hundred
(200) were local breed and one (100) were exotic breed. The blood sample was collected by
puncturing the brachial (wing) vein of the chickens using sterile 26 gauge needle, the area, was
picked and squeezed gently to obtain a large drop of blood. A thin blood films was prepared
from each bird on ready -to- use thin film was spread using a smooth edge slide spreader using a
grease pencil, slide was labeled with number for identification. The result showed that 29.4% of
exotic chickens compared to 70.6% of local chickens are positive for haemoproteus (H), about
100% local chickens compared to 0.0% of exotic chickens are positive for haemoproteus/
leucocytozoon (HL), additionally 28.6% of exotic chickens compared to 71.4% of local chickens
are positive for haemoproteus /plasmodium (HP). More so, 21.4% of exotic chickens compared
to 78.6% of local chickens are positive for leucocytozoon. Consequently, 48.4% of exotic
chickens, compared to 51.6% of local chickens are positive for plasmodium. Furthermore, 20.0%
of exotic chickens, compared to 80.0% of local chickens are positive for
plasmodium/leucocytozoon (PL). Thus, it is recommended that chickens in Maiduguri to be
treated against the plasmodium and other parasitic diseases. Babagana, U. Amma, H. A. Ahmed S. D. Makinta, A. A. and Abubakar, A.

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