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., Roliński Z., Zań R., Krasucka D.: Activity of ß-lactam antibiotics against certain microorganisms which cause mastitis in cows. J Vet Res 2016, 60, 267–271. 5. Cameron M., Saab M., Heider L., McClure J.T., Rodrigues-Lecompte J.C., Sanchez J.: Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of environmental streptococci recovered from bovine milk samples in the Maritime province of Canada. Front Vet Sci 2016, 3, art. 79. Doi: 10.3389/fvets.2016.00079. 6. Cariolato D., Andrighetto C., Lombardi A.: Occurrence of virulence factors and antibiotic resistances in Enterococcus faecalis

of adult Mediterranean fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in a Mediterranean heterogeneous agricultural region. Environmental Entomology 26 (6): 1263–1269. Israely N. Yuval B. Kitron U. Nestel D. 1997 Population fluctuations of adult Mediterranean fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in a Mediterranean heterogeneous agricultural region Environmental Entomology 26 6 1263 1269 K atsoyannos B.I., K ouloussis N.A., C arey J.R. 1998. Seasonal and annual occurrence of Mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) on Chios island: differences between two neighbouring

pathogenicity of grass cyst nematode, Heterodera bifenestra, in the Netherlands. Med. Rij. Landbouw. Gent, 47: 757–764 [9] Neubert, E. (1972): Zur von grassarten als Wirtspflanzen des Getreidezystenälchens. Arch. Pflanzenschunt, 6: 457–462 [10] Renčo, M. (2002): Occurrence of Heterodera schachtii and Heterodera avenae in the sugar beet growing areas of the Slovak Republic. Agriculture, 48: 573–579 [11] Sabová, M., Valocká, B. (1980): Parasitic cereal nematodes in Slovakia. Agricultural, 26: 278–285. [12] Sabová, M., Valocká, B., Lišková, M. (1986): Damage caused by

References [1] Aviation Occurrence Categories, Definitions and Usage Notes, International Civil Aviation Organization, Common Taxonomy Team, (4.6), 2013. [2] Annual Safety Review 2014 , European Aviation Safety Agency, Safety Intelligence & Performance Department, Cologne, Germany 2015. [3] Aviation technician advanced training program Continental engine theory , Teledyne Continental Motors, Inc., 2005. [4] ATA Specification 100 – Specification for Manufacturers , Technical Data, Publications Department Air Transport Association (ATA) of America, Inc

: Palaeoecological and palaeooceanographical sig- nificance of two ammonite mass-occurrences in the Alpine Lower Cretaceous. PhD. Thesis, Univ. Vienna, 1-316. Lukeneder A. 2003a: The Karsteniceras Level: Dysoxic ammonoid beds within the Early Cretaceous (Barremian, Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria). Facies 49, 87-100. Lukeneder A. 2003b: Ammonoid stratigraphy of Lower Cretaceous successions within the Vienna Woods (Kaltenleutgeben section, Lunz Nappe, Northern Calcareous Alps, Lower Austria). In: Piller W.E. (Ed.): Stratigraphia Austriaca. Österr. Akad. Wiss., Schr. d. Erdwiss

. 2004; 35 (Suppl 1):140-6. 4. Nithikathkul C, Wongsawad C. The occurrence of heterophyid metacercariae in freshwater fish from reservoirs. Asian Biomed. 2008; 2:229-32. 5. Sermswan R, Mongkolsuk S, Pamyim S, Siresinha S. Isolation and Characterization of Opithorchis viverrini specific DNA Probe. J Mol Cell Probes. 1991; 5:399-407. 6. Maleewong W, Intapun PM, Wongkam C, Wongsaroj T, Komsuwan T, Phumidonming, W, Pongsakulchoti P. Detection of Opisthorchis viverrini in experimentally infected bithynid snails and cyprinoid fishes by PCR-based method. J Parasitol. 2003

and non-nesting occurrence of the short-eared owl Asio flammeus in the Záhorie region (SW Slovakia). - Slovak Raptor Journal 7: 73-80. Orehar N. (2010): Delovanje zavetišča za prosto živeče živali v Sloveniji. Diplomska naloga. - Univerza v Ljubljani, Pedagoška fakulteta, Ljubljana. Parodi R. (2006): Check-list of the birds of Friuli Venezia Gulia. - Gortania 28: 207-242. Ponebšek J. (1917): Naše ujede, I. del: Sove. - Carniola, Muzejsko društvo za Kranjsko, Ljubljana. Radović D., Kralj J., Tutiš V., Ćiković D. (2003): Crvena knjiga ugroženih ptica Hrvatske

: Occurrence of Malassezia spp. in the external ear canals of dogs and cats with and without otitis externa. Med. Mycol., 40, 2, 115—121. DOI: 10.1080/mmy. 7. David Boothe, W., Tarbox, J. A., Tarbox, M. B., 2017: Atopic dermatitis: Pathophysiology. Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. , 1027, 21—37. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-64804-0_3. 8. Gaitanis, G., Magiatis, P., Hantschke, M., Bassukas, I. D., Velegraki, A., 2012: The Malassezia genus in skin and systemic diseases. Clin. Microbiol. Rev. , 25, 1, 106—141. DOI: 10. 1128/CMR.00021-11. 9. Guého, E., Boekhout, T., Ashbee

collaborative networks and visualizing their cores, for revealing their research status and interactions, for promoting biomedical developments. 2 Methodology We process core keyword co-occurrence networks in this study. The methods focus on network analysis ( Friedkin, 1991 ; Newman, 2004 ; Wolfe, 1997 ) and information visualization ( Chen, 2006 ), and data come from scientific document database. For information visualization, VOSviewer ( Eck & Waltman, 2010 ) is applied to draw pictures. In network analysis, Gephi ( Bastian, Heymann, & Jacomy, 2009 ) and UCINET

Occurrence and distribution of fish in rivers of Latvia

This publication is a review of data on fish and lamprey species found in 435 of Latvia's rivers and related reservoirs. A total of 43 fish species and three lamprey species, whose life cycles are, at least in part, associated with rivers, have been recorded. These can be divided into freshwater species and diadromous species. Differences between chronologically older publications and records collected since 1990 on fish occurrence are examined. Since 1990, the intensity of study of Latvia's rivers has increased, which is the reason for changes in the conception of the distribution and occurrence of fish species. The authors propose a new fish species list for Latvia's rivers, based on the newest field research and fishery data. The species included in list were caught in research trips during the period 1990 - 2010, or their capture was confirmed by an expert.