a genus of hemophilic gram-negative coccobacilli or rod-shaped bacteria.
H. agni see H. somnus (below).
H. bovis see moraxella bovis.
H. equigenitalis see taylorella equigenitalis.
H. gallinarum now classified as H. paragallinarum.
H. haemoglobinophilus found on canine genitalia; sometimes linked to puppy mortality but not often a cause of disease.
a genus of protozoan blood parasites of the family Plasmodiidae. Cause of avian ‘malaria’.
H. antigonis found in cranes.
H. canachites found in grouse; transmitted by Culicoides spp.
H. columbae found in pigeons, doves and some wild birds. Transmitted by hippoboscid flies. May cause anemia in baby pigeons.
H. danilewski found in wild birds.
H. lophortyx found in quail...
chestnut, light mane and tail, riding and draft pony from Austria, Germany, Italy.
a genus of gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria, members of the family, Enterobacteriaceae; found in soil and feces.
a chemical element, atomic number 72, atomic weight 178.49, symbol Hf. See Table 6.
see Hagedorn’s needle.
factor XII, one of the blood clotting factors. Deficiency occurs in humans and cats and is asymptomatic.
an asymptomatic coagulation deficiency caused by the inherited deficiency of clotting factor XII (Hageman factor). Occurs in humans and cats.
pig stomach filled with oatmeal, minced offal, suet and seasoning and cooked like a large sausage.