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Author(s)
Bergdall, V. K.; Dysko, R. C.
Publisher
Academic Press, Book Marketing Department, San Diego, USA
Citation
The biology of the laboratory rabbit., 1994, Ed. 2, pp 335-353
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Author(s)
Flatt, R. E.; Weisbroth, S. H.; Kraus, A. L.
Publisher
Academic Press., New York, USA; London, UK
Citation
The biology of the laboratory rabbit., 1974, pp 435-451
Abstract

This study includes a mycological survey of the fungal flora of 505 grain samples (barley, oats, wheat and rye) during 1976-77 and chemical analyses for trichothecenes and zearalenone in 230 samples. Of 11 Fusarium spp. isolated, the most common isolates were F. avenaceum [Gibberella avenacea], F....

Author(s)
Ylimaki, A.; Koponen, H.; Hintikka, E.-L.; Nummi, M.; Niku-Paavola, M.-L.; Ilus, T.; Enari, T.-M.
Citation
Technical Research Centre of Finland. Materials and Processing Technology Publication, 1979, No.21, pp 28 pp.
Abstract

Short reports are given of continuing work on: (1) the use of anabolic steroids in beef cattle; (2) selection of mice for growth rate and efficiency; (3) variation in foetus weight in prolific ewes; (4) the control of farrowing time using dietary allyl trenbolone; (5) nutritional and environmental...

Publisher
Aberdeen., UK
Citation
Annual report of studies in animal nutrition and allied sciences. Volume 37, 1981., 1981, pp 137 pp.
Abstract

Initial misconceptions, associating lupinosis with lupin alkaloids, were removed when Phomopsis leptostromiformis was isolated from lupin forage which caused lupinosis when ingested by sheep. The chemical nature of the mycotoxin, which causes extensive liver damage, is still unknown. Geographical...

Author(s)
Marasas, W. F. O.
Publisher
Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Mycotoxins,, 1974, pp 111-127
Abstract

The author has tested biologically 27 species known or reputed, to be poisonous. Of these 17 gave negative results under the conditions of the tests. The poisonous effects of Equisetum ramosissimum (dronkgras) reputed to cause " drunkenness " or "shivering " are Confirmed. The toxic principle was...

Author(s)
STEYN, D. G.
Publisher
Union of S. Africa.,
Citation
18th Report, Director Veterinary Services & Animal Industries, Union of South Africa, 1932, Part II, pp 871-891 pp.
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

During the year 339 dairy herds containing 19, 168 cattle were tuberculin tested. The overall incidence of infection was 1.15%; 257 herds were free from infection. SWINE ERYSIPELAS was diagnosed for the first time in Western Australia in a specimen from an abattoir. SWINE PARATYPHOID has been more...

Author(s)
WYATT, W. H.
Publisher
Perth: W. H. Wyatt.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 30th June, 1955., 1956,
Abstract

W. reviews the subject and adds his personal observations. The following conditions must be considered in a study of haemorrhagic diathesis: -the nature and number of red and white corpuscles and platelets, the coagulation time, the bleeding time, i.e., time during which a small wound will bleed,...

Author(s)
WIRTH, D.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1944, pp 197-202
Abstract

It was noticed that horses are sometimes poisoned by ingesting C. repens. In order to study the toxicity of this plant, found mainly in Central Asia, experiments were carried out on rabbits and cats. Results showed that the intravenous injection of 1 c.c. of a 10% infusion of Centaurea increased...

Author(s)
DOBRIJNINA, V.
Citation
Sovetskaya Veterinariya, 1937, 9, pp 34-86 pp.

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