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GENERAL.-The volume of usual routine duties rose in the case of every item and the staff was fully occupied in coping with demands. No new activities were under-taken. Research again remained in abeyance, but three small ad hoc series of observations were carried out.
ROUTINE.-Work was done mainly...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1940, pp 30-40 pp.
Abstract

II. GENERAL.-There was a progressive increase in routine work at the expense of research. The cramping of research work is aggravated by inadequate and unsuitable accommodation. Nevertheless, a little research was done, owing to the presence of a second research officer.
BIOLOGICAL...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1942, pp 16-28 pp.
Abstract

GENERAL.-". .. with the increasing amount of time devoted by the Senior Research Officer (who is also Assistant Director) to administrative work, and the full preoccupation of the remaining staff with routine duties, no deliberate research has been undertaken ".
ROUTINE.-Mainly the preparation and...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Rep. Sudan vet. Serv., 1938., 1939, pp 28-43 pp.
Abstract

II. GENERAL.-Routine work, which had reached its highest recorded peak last year, expanded more than ever. No real research was possible. Two Sudanese veterinary officers became available (diplomates of the Khartoum Veterinary School); one was posted to Malakal, releasing a British research officer ...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Report. Sudan Veterinary Service, 1941, pp 18-30 pp.
Abstract

A general assessment is given in the summary: -
" The year has been characterized by an increase in all sections of routine work, except the examination of specimens which has remained at approximately the level of last year. . . . . . . The increases that have occurred in routine work have been...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Ann. Rep. Sudan. Vet. Serv., 1933, 1932, pp 24-42 pp.
Abstract

Routine and research are dealt with separately; the former continues progressively to replace the latter.
RINDERPEST SERUM.-A maximum output which usually attains about 5, 000 litres is the objective. This year, being " the most favourable working period experienced so far " the output was 5, 508...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Rep. vet. Serv. Sudan, 1935, 1936, pp 25-88 pp.
Abstract

The laboratory is situated at Khartoum but a temporary laboratory for the production of anti-rinderpest serum was worked at Malakal in the Upper Nile Province.
The main routine work consisted of the examination of specimens submitted for diagnosis, the production of contagious bovine...

Author(s)
Bennett, S. C. J.
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Research Officer, Sudan Government., 1929, pp 29-39 pp.
Abstract

Bennett reports the detection of cases of Tr. congolense infection in camels. Thirty-six animals died. A case of epizootic lymphangitis is mentioned in which the infection was apparently confined to the membrana nictitans of one eye. A case of generalized tuberculosis in a camel is reported. The...

Author(s)
BENNETT, S. C. J.
Citation
SUDAN. Annual Report of the Veterinary Department, 1927., pp 16-34

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