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Abstract

Currently there has been many advances in the strategies for discovery and evaluation of drugs, particularly plant-based. The input of biochemistry to pharmacology puts more emphasis on the mode of action of drugs, and it becomes clear that the activities of most drugs are not confined to one...

Author(s)
Govil, J. N.; Singh, V. K.; Siddiqui, N. T.
Publisher
Studium Press LLC, Houston, USA
Citation
Natural products II, 2007, pp xx + 484 pp.
Abstract

This manual is written for amateur breeders and provides plenty of useful tips (including methods of dyeing of the fur and recipes for meals made of rabbit and coypu meat). Basic information is given on physiology and reproduction of both species as well as nutrient requirements with reference to...

Author(s)
Erin, A. T.; Plotnikov, V. G.; Ryminskaya, E. I.
Publisher
Uradzhaĭ, Minsk, USSR
Citation
Priusadebnoe krolikovodstvo i nutrievodstvo., 1990, pp 383 pp.
Abstract

This little book which is intended primarily for rabbit breeders contains chapters on breeding, rearing, housing and feeding, potential profits, methods of killing and skinning and origin and descriptions of breeds, hygiene, minor surgery, diseases of the digestive, respiratory, circulatory and...

Author(s)
BENOIT, R.; DACCORD, A.
Publisher
Lausanne : Librairie Payot,
Citation
Le lapin: elevage-races-maladies., 1948, pp 202 pp.
Abstract

Byrne discussed BOTULISM which caused widespread losses in sheep in the Young district early in 1952 following ingestion of rabbit carcasses during a drought. Mortality ranged from 1.5 to 32%. The P.M. findings were not diagnostic and often suggested enterotoxaemia. Laboratory tests failed to...

Publisher
Sydney: The Institute.,
Citation
The stock inspector. Institute of Inspectors of Stock of New South Wales, Year Book, 1952., 1952, pp 96 pp.
Abstract

In his Presidential Address W. B. Harding commented on difficulties in recruiting staff; control of grasshopper plagues with the newer insecticides; MYXOMATOSIS and rabbit control; increased duties concerned with the Cattle Compensation Act; and the increasing use of deep litter systems for pigs...

Author(s)
ANON.
Publisher
Sydney: The Institute.,
Citation
The stock inspector. Institute of Inspectors of Stock of New South Wales, Year Book, 1954., 1954, pp 100 pp.
Abstract

II. The toxic substance in these two plants is the cyanogenetic glucoside " linamarin " or " phaseolutin, " i.e. the glucose ether of acetonecyanhydrin. A new crystalline form is described and the glucoside is therefore dimorphous.
It is readily hydrolysed by an enzyme present in the plants,...

Author(s)
RIMINGTON, C.
Publisher
Union of S. Africa.,
Citation
18th Report, Director Veterinary Services & Animal Industries, Union of South Africa, 1932, pp 955-972 pp.
Abstract

This short paper contains a summary of some experiments carried out with certain plants considered to be poisonous to animals, but it is pointed out that while in some cases negative results were obtained in the experiments it must not be assumed that the plants will not produce toxic effects under ...

Author(s)
CLELAND, J. B.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture, New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Citation
Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales, 1914, pp 65-69 pp.
Abstract

The root of this plant bears a close resemblance to a large turnip and also edible roots such as Coccinea. It is to this fact that cases of poisoning among human beings have been attributed.
Chemical and physiological examination showed that the fresh root contained a cyanogenetic glucoside,...

Author(s)
GREEN, H. H. ; ANDREWS, W. H.
Citation
Union of S. Africa. Dept. of Agric., 9th & 10th Rep. Director Vet. Education & Research. April 1923., 1923, pp 381-392 pp.
Abstract

This division deals with domestic animals in heahh and disease; Inspection of Meat for Export, Dairies, Noxious Weeds, and Rabbits; Importation of Stock; Instruction in Poultry and Pig Husbandry, and Wool.
The general health, of animals had been good throughout the year except for a large outbreak...

Author(s)
BARRY, W. C.
Citation
Rep. Dep. Agric. N. Z. 1934-35., 1935, pp 18-24 pp.

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