Stability of eggs of strongylata of horse to unfavorable physical factors of environment

Lera Ivanova

a student of a 1 course is Faculty of veterinary medicine
Arctic state agrotechnological university

Luidmila Kokolova

Manager by a laboratory, main research worker
Federal State Budget Scientific Institution «Yakut Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture»;

Svetlana Sleptsova

Yakut herd horse, being under permanent influence of unfavorable climatic factors, in the process of the development during millenniums produced high adjusted qualities: ability to pasturing, high endurance and unpretentiousness to forage. They possess high stocker and by to provide oneself hypodermic fatability and for short period of summer season pasturing put aside plenty of fat, that serves as a power supply in more critical periods of pasturing. One of retentive factors increase of the productivity of the herd horse breeding there are diseases caused by helmintis that is widely widespread on territories of Yakutia and cause a considerable damage from the decline of the productivity of animals and case of sapling/pl. The horse of herd maintenance have helminthistus that meets in all economies of breeding horses of Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and in other regions of Russia one of the most widespread parasitogenic illnesses, and also in countries the CNG and Mongolia, where industry of the horse breeding is developed. The subzero temperatures of air differently operate on eggs and larvae of helmints. At negative temperatures exchange processes and development of eggs of strongylata can be halted, but they remain viable. Therefore in the work we present experiments on stability of eggs of strongylata to the physical factors of environment.