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Abstract

Changes in legislation (a) made it obligatory for imported horses, asses and mules to be consigned by a route which does not pass through the Suez Canal, as a precaution against AFRICAN HORSE SICKNESS; (b) permitted the importation by air from New Zealand of horses, poultry, dogs and cats, and of...

Publisher
Canberra: A. J. Arthur, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Australia. Report of the Director-General of Health, July, 1961-June, 1962., 1962, pp 121 pp.
Abstract

Cases of ANTHRAX in cattle occurred in Blue Nile Province and in the quarantine at Khartoum North (22) and Wadi Haifa (87) and a few cases of ANTHRAX and of CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS in sheep and goats.
Forty-five animals were destroyed because of CRYPTOCOCCUS INFECTIONS.
There was a decrease in the...

Author(s)
EVANS, J. T. R.
Citation
SUDAN., 1946, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

This fourth edition of Merchant's textbook for veterinary students, like its predecessors, confines itself to the bacteria and the viruses; the protozoa are purposely omitted on the grounds that they are more logically studied in the course of parasitology. The emphasis is more directly on the...

Author(s)
MERCHANT, I. A.
Publisher
Ames Iowa: The Iowa State College Press.,
Citation
Veterinary bacteriology and virology., 1950, 4th Edit, pp viii + 885 pp.
Abstract

During 1939-45 the R.A.V.C. was brought up to the strength required by the appointment of young graduates offered emergency commissions rather than by the call up of Reserve officers: the severe nature of active service conditions in Burma proved the wisdom of this policy. Other ranks were...

Author(s)
FRANKLIN, A. V.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1945, 57, pp 540-542
Abstract

Notes on the staff are followed by the body of the report which is presented under four headings, namely, Diseases of Animals, Trade in Livestock and Livestock Products, Improvement of Livestock and Miscellaneous. The report of the Veterinary Research Officer is given as an appendix.
STAFF.
The...

Author(s)
KENNEDY, W.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Veterinary Service, 1932., 1933, pp 42 pp.
Abstract

The professional staff consisted of the Director, two Research Officers and ten Veterinary Inspectors.
DISEASES OF ANIMALS.
RINDERPEST was wide-spread, especially during the dry season. More serum was issued than in previous years, viz, 136, 272 doses (50 c.c.) as compared with 102, 000 in 1934....

Author(s)
WILLIAMS, H. B.
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Service, 1935., 1936, pp 33 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

The professional staff consisted of the Director, the Assistant Director and Senior Research Officer, the Research Officer, and 11 Veterinary Inspectors. The only significant staff change was the appointment of the Senior Research Officer as Assistant Director in addition to his other duties.
...

Author(s)
WILLIAMS, H. B.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Veterinary Service, 1938., 1937, pp 1-19 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL DISEASES-Although the usual enzootic diseases were still active, their ravages were kept under control for the most part. No cases of ANTHRAX occurred; and TRYPANOSOMIASIS was confined to a few well-known areas. RINDERPEST outbreaks were suppressed in all areas except Southern Darfur;...

Author(s)
WILLIAMS, H. B.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Veterinary Service, 1937., 1938, pp 32 pp.
Abstract

The report is divided into main sections on Staff, Diseases of Animals, Trade in Livestock and Products, and Improvement of Livestock. The Report of the Veterinary Research Officer is given as an appendix.
STAFF.
The field veterinary officers are assisted by native stock inspectors [semiskilled],...

Author(s)
KENNEDY, W.
Publisher
SUDAN GOVERNMENT,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Service, 1933., 1934, pp 28 pp.

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