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A total of 7 adult mice (C-57 and C-57×CBA strains) were given high doses of aqueous extracts of ground leaves of S. glaucophyllum, both orally and i.p. during 9, 13 and 30 days; 7 controls were given distilled water or physiological saline. Weight loss during the trial occurred only in 2 C-57 mice ...

Author(s)
Sanchez, M.; Lema, F.; Dallorso, M. E.
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria (Buenos Aires), 1999, 80, 3, pp 182-185
Abstract

Pyrrole-3-carbamidine was isolated from an extract of the whole plant and was identified as the constituent which is known to be toxic to livestock (including cattle, sheep, goats, horses, and rabbits). Toxicity was monitored by intraperitoneal injection in mice. In sublethal doses the compound...

Author(s)
Buschi, C. A.; Pomilio, A. B.
Citation
Phytochemistry, 1987, 26, 3, pp 863-865
Abstract

Solanum malacoxylon, a plant indigenous to grazing areas of Argentina, produces remarkable metastatic calcification in the vascular system, lungs, kidneys and tendons of cattle. In an attempt to develop a laboratory model of the disease, many species of animals were fed the material under standard...

Author(s)
Wase, A. W.
Citation
Federation Proceedings, 1972, 31, No.2, pp 708
Abstract

The black locust tree (R. pseudoacacia)has been suspected to cause poisoning of horses in the Argentine and in view of the published records of toxicity the authors carried out toxic-ological tests. They were unable to produce marked toxic symptoms in g. pigs, rabbits, or horses given suspensions...

Author(s)
ECKELL, O. A.; ANAYA, J. S.; PAULSEN, E.
Citation
Revista de Veterinaria Militar, 1955, 3, pp 56-67
Abstract

The incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle in the Northern Territory appears to be greater than was previously suspected.
The Alice Springs Pastoral District has been free from BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA for three years, but cattle travelling to South Australia are likely to re-introduce the...

Author(s)
ROSE, A. L.
Citation
Northern Territory Administration, Animal Industry Branch, eighth annual report, 1953 / 54. (Covering activities for year ending30/6/54.), 1954, pp 31
Abstract

C. hirsutus, a species of Bermuda grass, has been found to be toxic to horses under certain conditions, owing to its cyanogenetic properties. Fatal cases of poisoning in horses occur during a very wet spell of weather following a long period of drought. Fresh plants may contain 10 mg.hydrocyanic...

Author(s)
ECKELL, O. A.
Publisher
Univ. La Plata,
Citation
An. Fac. Med. vet., 1946, 9, pp 11-52
Abstract

MASTITIS due to Bact. coli and Bact. aerogenes was reported. STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS is still a problem and does not respond well to streptomycin, streptomycin-penicillin, aureomycin or dibromopropamidine. TUBERCULOSIS appears to be more prevalent in beef cattle than was anticipated. The policy of...

Publisher
AUSTRALIA. QUEENSLAND., Brisbane : A. H. Tucker, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1953-54., 1954, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

It is only comparatively recently that this disease, which was first described in 1913 as enzootic paraplegia in cattle, made its appearance in Paraguay. During the last five years 50 per cent. of the stock have been affected in certain districts and the death rate which has never been less than 95 ...

Author(s)
MIGONE, L. E.; PENA, R.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1932, 25, pp 590-597
Abstract

This paper contains an account of the work done by Gaiger during a visit to Peru in the latter half of 1916 with the object of investigating the disease already discussed in the preceding extract. The work was conducted on behalf of a number of sheep farmers who were suffering very considerable...

Author(s)
GAIGER, S. H.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1917, 30, Pt. 3, pp 185-209

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