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Abstract

The following are among the more important of the species identified by the authors as affecting the domesticated animals:
" Nematoda. - Filaría cervina, Duj. A single specimen of this parasite was obtained from the abdominal cavity of a cow at the Georgetown Abattoir. It does not appear to be a...

Author(s)
BODKIN, G. E. ; OLEARE, L. D., Jr.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1916, 7, Pt. 2, pp 179-190
Abstract

" In the classification, of Haemocytozoa or Haemosporidia the greatest confusion still exists and it is thus desirable to revise their classification. The confusion arising in connection with the systematic position of these protozoa is undoubtedly due to the very strict parasitism of these...

Author(s)
Franca, Carlos
Publisher
Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional.,
Citation
J. de Sciencias Matematicas, Fisicas e Naturais., 1917, Series 3, 1, pp 41 pp.
Abstract

Infectious bulbar paralysis was first observed and investigated by AUJESZKY in cattle in Hungary. In South America it has so far been found only in Brazil in the provinces of Minas, Matto Grosso, Rio de Janeiro and San Paulo, where it has been studied by CARINI and MACIEL (Centralblatt f. Bakteriol...

Author(s)
NEGRETE, J. ; KANTOR, L.
Citation
Rev. Inst. Bacleriologico, Buenos Aires., 1918, 1, 2, pp 205-218 pp.
Abstract

This comprehensive memoir should be consulted in the original by all those who desire to obtain succinct information upon the facts hitherto ascertained with regard to piroplasms in cattle. It is not possible to do more than review the most recent knowledge and essential points in the course of an...

Author(s)
BRUMPT, E.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1920, 13, 6, pp 416-460 pp.
Abstract

Anthrax is the most serious disease encountered in Southern Brazil, and in spite of prophylactic inoculations the number of cases increases yearly. This must not be taken as reflecting adversely upon the vaccination, because it is not practised everywhere nor constantly. The period of immunity...

Author(s)
Von Bassewitz, E.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1929, 45, 23, pp 573-577 pp.
Abstract

In 1931 the authors obtained from the Lister Institute, London, some virus which was originally isolated from a human case of ascending paralysis in Trinidad and studied it by numerous animal inoculation experiments. Inoculation of the virus subdurally into three rabbits, three dogs, two cats, two...

Author(s)
REMLINGER, P.; BAILLY, J.
Publisher
Paris.,
Citation
Bull. Acad. Med., 1932, 107, pp 242-253
Abstract

The Committee was first appointed on the 3rd November, 1936, and its function was defined as: -
To review the facilities available for veterinary education in Great Britain in relation to the probable future demand for qualified veterinary surgeons and to report thereon, and in particular to make...

Publisher
London : H. M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Report of the Committee on Veterinary Education., 1933, pp 124 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY.-The position was rather backward and attempts to grade up indigenous cattle met with little success. Also, there is little financial gain to be won by stock improvement, as the prices of produce are so low. The Rupununi Development Company imported four Hereford bulls, previously...

Author(s)
Bone, T.
Publisher
Georgetown : Govt. Printer,
Citation
Div. Reps. Dept. Agric. British Guiana. 1932., 1934, pp 148-147 pp.
Abstract

In the faeces of 49 bovines, 49 sheep, 53 pigs and 53 fowls sent from Sao Paulo to Leningrad, Y. found coccidiosis to the following extent: -in cattle-Eimeria smithi 16.3%, E. ellipsoidalis 2%, E. bukidnonensis 2%, mixed infection E.s. and E.e. 4%-total 24.4%; in sheep-E. arloingi 4%, E....

Author(s)
YAKIMOFF, V. L.
Publisher
S. Paulo.,
Citation
Arch. Inst. biol. Def. agric. anim., 1936, 7, pp 167-187
Abstract

The matter given here is a bare outline of the work done. When papers by the staffs of these stations are published, abstracts are prepared from them and included in the Veterinary Bulletin as a matter of routine. Details of the titles of these reports will be found in Index Veterinarius.
ARIZONA,...

Citation
EXTRACTS FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS U.S.A., 1938,

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