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Stepanka Holeckova, Richard Policht and Dominika Polichtova

References Brooks S.A., Makvandi-Nejad S., Chu E., Allen J.J., Streeter C., Gu E., McCleery B., Murphy B.A., Bellone R., Sutter N.B. (2010): Morphological variation in the horse: defining complex traits of body size and shape. Animal Genetics, 41(Suppl. 2): 159-165. Druml T., Baumung R., Sölkner J. (2008): Morphological analysis and effect of selection for conformation in the Noriker draught horse population. Livestock Science 115: 118-128. Gómez M.D., Azor P.J., Alonso M.E., Jordana J., Valera M. (2012

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Stepanka Holeckova and Richard Policht

References Brooks S.A., Makvandi-Nejad S., Chu E., Allen J.J., Streeter C., Gu E., McCleery B., Murphy B.A., Bellone R., Sutter N.B. (2010): Morphological variation in the horse: defining complex traits of body size and shape. Animal Genetics 41(Suppl 2): 159-165. Cunningham E.P., Dooley J.J., Splan R.K., Bradley D.G. (2001): Microsatellite diversity, pedigree relatedness and the contributions of founder lineages to thoroughbred horses. Animal Genetics 32(6): 360-364. Doliş M.G., Usturoi M.G., Nagy P.T., Doliş L

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Stepanka Holeckova and Richard Policht

References Andersson M., Nordin E., Jensen P. (2001): Domestication effects on foraging strategies in fowl. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 72(1): 51-62. Cunningham E.P., Dooley J.J., Splan R.K., Bradley D.G. (2001): Microsatellite diversity, pedigree relatedness and the contributions of founder lineages to thoroughbred horses. Animal Genetics 32(6): 360-364. Fischer J., Hammerschmidt K., Cheney D.L., Seyfarth R.M. (2001): Acoustic features of female chacma baboon barks. Ethology 107(1): 33

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Barbara Głowacka, Sławomir Lipiński and Grzegorz Tarwacki

. Acta Entomologica Jugoslavica , 22, 1-2: 11-23. Feemers M., 1997: Versuche zur Bekämfung von Cameraria ohridella Deschkast Dimic mittels Stamminjektion (Präparat: Confidor). Forstschuts Aktuell , 21: 24-25. Ferracini C., Alma A., 2008: How to preserve horse chestnut trees from Cameraria ohridella in the urban environment. Crop Protection , 27, 9: 1251-1255. Głowacka B. 2005: Usuwanie liści zasiedlonych przez szrotówka kasztanowcowiaczka Cameraria ohridella Deschka et Dimic jako

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Jan Ježek, Markéta Omelková and Josef Hájek

References Andreeva R.V. (1990): Opredelitel lichinok slepnei (Evropeiskaya chast SSSR, Kavkaz i Srednaya Azia). Key to larvae of horse flies (European part of USSR, Caucasus and Central Asia). Naukova Dumka, Kiev, 172 pp. (in Russian). Chvála M. (1980): Tabanidae, pp. 282-390. In: Chvála M., Hůrka K., Chalupský J., Knoz J., Minář J. & Országh I.: Krevsající mouchy a střečci - Diptera. Fauna ČSSR. [Blood-sucking flies and botflies - Diptera. Fauna of Czechoslovakia]. Vol. 22. Praha, 538 pp. (in Czech, English summary

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Dalė Pečiulytė and Audrius Kačergius

horse chestnut leaf miner Cameraria ohridel- la : identification and impact assessment. - Journal of Applied Entomology, 129(7): 353-362. Grigaliünaité B., Meskauskiené V., Matelis A., 2005: Erysiphe flexuosa on Aesculus hippocasta- num in Lithuania. - Botanica Lithuanica, 11(1): 63-65. Hall R. A., 1981: The fungus Verticillium lecanii as a microbial insecticide against aphids and scales. - In: Burges H. D. (ed.), Microbial control of Pests and Plant Diseases: 483-494. -London. Ivinskis P., Rimsaité J., 2006: The

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Jan Ježek, Jozef Oboňa, Wanyoike Wamiti and Ndung'u Njoroge

References Abdesalam A.D., Delafosse A., Else P. & Amsler-Delafosse S. (2003): Vecteurs potentiels de Trypanosoma evansi chez le dromadaire au Tchad oriental. - Révue d´ Élevage et de Médecine vétérinaire des Pays tropicaux 55(1) (2002): 21-30. Abu El-Hassan G.M.M., Badrawy H.B.M., Mohammad S.K. & Fadl H.H. (2010): Cladistic analysis of Egyptian horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) based on morphological data. - Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences 3(2): 51-62. Abu El-Has san G.M.M., Badrawy H

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Václav Kouba

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Effective country-wide preventive, control and eradication programmes require full knowledge of specific epizootiological situation. A description is given of a three-year international programme aimed at control of animal glanders, tuberculosis and brucellosis that was carried out simultaneously in all 16 Mongolian provinces by expeditions of veterinary staff of five countries. The objective was to discover all domestic animal herds affected by these infections transmissible to humans and to initiate particular control programmes. A total of 37, 608, 253 specific tests were carried out. Ratios of the investigations to population average (I/P) were as follows: tests for glanders in horses 2.43 and in camels 0.53; tests for brucellosis in cattle 1.42, in camels 0.69, in sheep 1.53, and in goats 1.37; tests for tuberculosis in cattle 1.53. The following results of testing were obtained: for glanders, from 5,046,070 allergic tests in horses 241,157 were positive, i.e. 4.78 %; from 332,684 allergic tests in camels 380 were positive, i.e. 0.11 %; from 126,960 serological tests in horses 24,760 were positive, i.e. 19.50 %. Results of serological testing for brucellosis, from 2,892,658 tests in cattle 192,601 were positive, i.e. 6.66 %, from 432,919 tests in camels 9,987 were positive, i.e. 2.31 %, from 19,533,637 tests in sheep 320,709 were positive, i.e. 1.64 % and from 5,834,450 tests in goats 136,222 were positive, i.e. 2.33 %. From 677,402 allergic tests for tuberculosis in cattle in two provinces 427 were positive, i.e. 0.06 %. This programme required an estimated 120,000 expedition person-working days and about twice as many assisting person-working days. Apart from local effects during these expeditions, the results created a basis for national long-term follow-up and preventive, control and eradication measures for these diseases.

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Katerina Zizkova, Radim Kotrba and Alica Kocisova

. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 110(1-2): 144-165. Van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan S., Van Den Hoven R., Breukink H. J. (1988): The accuracy of three different heart rate meters for studies in exercising horse. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A 35:665-672. Von Borell E., Langbein J., Despres G., Hansen S., Leterrier C., Marchant-Forde J., Marchant-Forde R., Minero M., Mohr E., Prunier A., Valance D., Veissier I. (2007): Heart rate variability as a measure of autonomic regulation of cardiac activity for assessing stress and welfare in

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Oluwaseun Serah Iyasere, Ikechuckwu Joseph James, Tolulope Julius Williams, James Olamitubo Daramola, Kabir Olumide Lawal, Oyegunle Emmanuel Oke and Emmanuel Iyasere

REFERENCES Abdul-Rahman I. I., Chikpah S. K., Yaro M. (2012): Response of Djallonke lambs to repeated separation from their dams during the first week of lactation: 2. Physiological responses. Journal of Animal Production Advances 2: 527–532. Bartolomé E., Sánchez M. J., Molina A., Schaefer A. L., Cervantes I., Valera M. (2013): Using eye temperature and heart rate for stress assessment in young horses competing in jumping competitions and its possible influence on sport performance. Animal 7: 2044–2053. Daros R. R., Costa J. H. C., von