What is Tapeworm and tapeworm infection. how to treat tapeworm infection. This is a long segmented flat worm which looks like the tape of the tailor. The parasite mainly affects pigs and cattle.
How does tapeworm infection work
The tapeworm possesses hooks and suckers in the scolex and these help to attach the parasite to its host while the suckers assist in feeding. FEEDS
In animals, the presence of tapeworm in tissues or organs could cause some physiological disorders, such as
anaemia, abdominal pains, weakness and loss of weight.
how to control tapeworm infections
The parasite can be controlled by:
(i) maintaining good hygienic conditions
(ii) use of drugs (iii) proper cooking of meat before eating by man which serves as primary host. In a General sense, methods of controlling animal diseases Diseases can be:
(i) Prevention, and
This involves the following practices:
(i) Good sanitation/hygiene
(b) Good feeding .
(d) Quarantine (
(g) Rotational grazing.
(h) Control: This involves;
The use of drugs which may be in the form of powder, liquid or solids, given in water, feeds or as injections.
(ii) Destruction of diseased animals.
They are either burnt or buried.
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Causes of low capital formation in West African countries
The causes of low capital formation in West African countries include:
- Existence of a vicious circle of poverty: The existence of low income results in low savings and in turn results in a shortage of capital for investment, which results in low investment. Low investment leads to low, output, and eventually to low income. The low income result again to low savings and the vicious circle continues.
- Wasteful expenditure: Many governments in West African countries are involved in wasteful expenditure as they embark on prestigious but productive ventures thereby resulting low capital formation
- Inequitable distribution of income:In many West African countries, only individuals are rich while thepoor. Even the few rich ones spend their money on prestigious projects which are on-productive and these generally give rise to low capital formation.
- Higher propensity to consume: In many West African countries, the propensity to consume by the people is higher than the propensity to save. There is a high taste for imported goods, e.g. cars, television, rice and clothing materials. This high propensity to consume results in low savings and investment.
- Low saving: Many working class people in West African do not have the habit of saving and are usually poor. This may be due to their low earnings, which may not be enough for them to spend not to talk of saving. This usually affects negatively capital formation can be solved when the above problems are looked into by the various governments of
- West African countries.