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Jhooling or jhoolak is described as "a contagious disease of camels- manifesting itself in the formation of local tumours, hot and painful, of a fibrous character, and terminating in suppuration and raw patches."
The disease is widely distributed throughout the Punjab; it is not so common in the...

Author(s)
CROSS, H. E.
Publisher
Supt. Govt. Ptg, Calcutta, India
Citation
Bulletin, Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, 1917, No. 72, pp 2 pp.
Abstract

Mastitis is now being encountered in Egypt mainly due to importation of stock. Out of 305 cows examined by the leukocyte count and Hotis test, and bacteriologically, two were affected with streptococcal, and two with staphylococcal mastitis. No cases were found among 294 buffaloes.-P. S. WATTS.

Author(s)
EL-GHERIANY, M. G.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1938, 16, pp 244-248
Abstract

A small preliminary survey of the disease in cows and buffaloes during the period 1935-42 gave the following.
The existence of Str. agalactiae was verified in herds as far apart as Mukteswar and Patna, but the incidence was low. The organism was not encountered in a herd of small hill cattle in...

Author(s)
MOHAN, R. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1945, 15, pp 173-178
Abstract

Zaki and his colleagues examined the uterus from 56 apparently healthy buffaloes slaughtered at Giza at the age of 6-12 years. Ten were pregnant. In all cases one or more organisms were isolated from cervical canal, uterine horns, amniotic fluid and fallopian tubes. The commonest were...

Author(s)
Zaki, K.; Abdel-Raoug, M.; Siam, M. A.
Publisher
Giza,
Citation
Veterinary Medical Journal, 1960, 7, 7 & 8, pp 197-201 pp.
Abstract

Actinomycosis-like lesions were present in 39 of 3, 860 cattle slaughtered in Bucharest, but none were found in 300 buffaloes. Actinobacilli were isolated from ganglia, tongue and subcutaneous connective tissue of 97° of affected cattle, and Actinbmyces was recovered from the bones of 95°....

Author(s)
Räducänescu, H.; Jitaru, G.; Poenaru, I.; Stänicä, I.
Citation
Lucrarile sesiunii stiintifice. Institutul agronomic 'Nicolae Balcescu', 1960, 4, pp 127-134 pp.
Abstract

Of 136 strains of staphylococci and 45 of streptococci from the milk of cows in Bihar. S'.' and 2.2 respectively, resisted a penicillin concentration of 0.5 unit 'ml. The incidence of misfit's in cattle and buffaloes; s reported-Staphylococci: are the chief agents. (AS).

Author(s)
Prasad. L. B. M.; Prasad, S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1963, 40, pp 605 612
Abstract

A survey was carried out in the Punjab in both urban and rural dairy establishments. In 3, 097 cows (1, 323 in milk and 1, 774 dry) and 1, 198 buffaloes (730 in milk and 468 dry) examined for clinical mastitis, the average incidence was 9.62% in cows and 10.55% in buffaloes. Hind quarters were...

Author(s)
Kalra, D. S.; Dhanda, M. R.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1964, 76, pp 219-222
Abstract

Of the strains isolated from 115 milk samples from 85 buffaloes and 15 cows with mastitis 68% were Gram-negative and 32% Gram-positive organ-isms. Escherichia coli (17'4%) was the chief aetiological agent. The other common organisms, in order of frequency, were Aerobacter aerogenes, Staphylococcus...

Author(s)
Rao, P. V. R.; Naidu, M. L.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1969, 46, pp 370-377

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