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FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus type SAT 2 spread from Tanganyika to Kilimanjaro. A concurrent "O" type infection spread south and east to the Tanganyika border. Most districts were infected with either "O" or "A" type virus infection during the year. F. & M. disease vaccine is widely and confidently...

Author(s)
MacOwan, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi,
Citation
Vestnik sel'sko-khozyaistvennoi Nauki, 1959, 5, pp 99 pp.
Abstract

The organization of the Dutch Veterinary Service is based on the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act of March 26th, 1920. The duties of the Service are to care generally for the health of the animal population, to control epizootics, to combat rabies among cats and dogs and to inspect all meat and...

Author(s)
Hennepe.
Citation
Tierrztl Rdsch., 1943, 49, pp 105-106
Abstract

A description is given of the climatic, geographical and pastoral conditions in the area, and of the types of native stock and their economic value. Rinderpest, bovine contagious pleuro-pneumonia, anthrax and blackleg have been encountered in cattle, but P. was unable to locate any disease due to...

Author(s)
Pirani, A.
Citation
Profilassi, 1938, 11, pp 16-25
Abstract

These statistical tabular reports are compiled from weekly, fortnightly, or monthly data for 1941 supplied by many of the European countries. They refer to anthrax, glanders, fowl cholera, blackleg, swine erysipelas, dourine, bovine contagious pleuro-pneumonia, foot and mouth disease, rinderpest,...

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Reichsgesundheitsblatt, 1940, 15, pp 100; 224
Abstract

Before the war of 1914-18 the area which later became Estonia was free from rinderpest, bovine contagious pleuro-pneumonia, glanders and swine fever, During the war bovine con- tagious pleuro-pneumonia, foot and mouth disease, glanders, and mange [host not named] were introduced. By energetic...

Author(s)
Laja, F.
Citation
Eesti Loomaarstlik Ringvaade, 1940, 16, pp 81-90
Abstract

These statistical tabular reports are compiled from weekly, fortnightly, or monthly data for 1941 supplied by many of the European countries. They refer to anthrax, glanders, fowl cholera, blackleg, swine erysipelas, dourine, bovine contagious pleuro-pneumonia, foot and mouth disease, rinderpest,...

Citation
Reichsgesundheitsblatt, 1941, 16, pp 344; 428; 540; 628; 724; 896
Abstract

This is a complete account of the entire veterinary organization in Bulgaria and is set out under sectional headings.
Bulgaria extends over an area of over 104, 000 square kilometres and has a total population of about five and a half million, of whom some four-fifths lead an agricultural life. The ...

Author(s)
Pawloff, G.; Kälojanoff, A.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1931, 47, pp 805-807 ; 821-823
Abstract

This is an account of the common diseases of animals brought to the above clinic in French West Africa for treatment. Of particular interest are the following: -
Almost every horse is affected with "souma", Trypanosoma cazalboui [vivax] infection. In the early stages, novarsenobenzol (2 g. repeated ...

Author(s)
Missenard.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1933, 6, pp 185-191

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