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Abstract

The name Tulp (tulip) is given to a large number of plants of the Homeria and Moraea genera, and up to the present three of these (of about 50) have been proved to be toxic.
Cattle, donkeys, goats and sheep are most frequently poisoned. Horses seldom or never eat the plant.
The severity and...

Author(s)
STEYN, D. G.
Citation
13th & 14th Annual Report, Director Veterinary Education & Research, Union of South Africa, 1928, Part 1, pp 197-202
Abstract

This detailed account is supplementary to a preliminary one previously published [see this Bulletin. 1. 178.] and is set out systematically.
The introduction deals with poisoning by the natural order Asclepiadaceae, which contains the caustic vine and numerous other species. Among them the...

Author(s)
GILRUTH, J. A.; MURNANE, D.
Publisher
Australia,
Citation
Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1931, 4, pp 225-281
Abstract

This is a report of the poisoning of horses which had been fed solely on red clover for several weeks. Illness started at the time of seed formation; the symptoms included slight colic with tympany, a small pulse and lack of bowel action. Death occurred 24 to 36 hours after the onset of symptoms....

Author(s)
HÉZON; SALLIÉRE.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1934, 7, pp 333-384
Abstract

II. G. discusses the various forms of equine colic, and their frequency, nature and causation. He also implicates poor quality fodder and too short" chop " as the common cause. The subject is divided into sections on " catarrhal intestinal cramp " [simple spasmodic colic], intestinal obstipation...

Author(s)
GRATZL, E.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1936, 23, pp 417-428; 449-455
Abstract

K. discusses this phenomenon and reviews its application in medicine. The mitogenetic radiation referred to, which originally was described by GUREVICH In 1923, is based on the fact that various chemical processes in tissues, such as proteolysis and glycolysis, produce short-wave ultra-violet rays...

Author(s)
KAPRALOV, A. A.
Citation
Sovetskaya Veterinariya, 1939, 12, pp 50-53 pp.
Abstract

Blood sugar values in healthy horses varied between 64 mg. % and 125 mg. % with average value 84 mg. %. No regular diurnal variation was observed, but over twelve-hour periods in horses fed thrice daily, blood sugar rose 5%-54% above fasting values. In myoglobinuria paralytica, rise of blood sugar...

Author(s)
SCHRÖTER, H. F.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1939, 74, pp 454-496
Abstract

This is a detailed account of the various forms of '" colic " in the horse and their treatment, based on H.'s experience during 28 years of practice and the records of the Zurich clinic from 1901-1938. There are many case histories which provide a wealth of information as to symptoms, diagnosis,...

Author(s)
HÜBSCHER, B.
Publisher
Zurich.,
Citation
Thesis, 1939, pp 74 pp.
Abstract

II. T. discussed the research work that has been done on the Golubatz midge. The insect becomes active in spring and may be blown by the wind for 100-150 kilometres in five or six hours. Great swarms of the insects have the appearance of a black cloud in the sky, and it has been suggested that...

Author(s)
TOUPAÏTCH, M.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1939, 18, pp 291-310
Abstract

The capacity of the stomach varied from 13.5 to 37.51; the maximum internal pressure tolerated was not related to its capacity. With increasing age the stomach is more susceptible to rupture.
The rupture begins in the muscle layer and then extends to the mucous membrane, thé position of the tear...

Author(s)
NEUMANN-KLIENPAUL, K.; SCHÜTZLER, G.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1940, 75, pp 870-886
Abstract

Melanosis coli is recognized in human pathology but this is believed to be the first record of the condition in the horse. A ten-year-old gelding died as a result of intestinal tympany and showed at necropsy areas of mucosa in the caecum and large colon which were dark brown in colour and either...

Author(s)
JÁRMAI, K.; KEMENY, A.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1941, 49, pp 81-83

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