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This article contains further information [see this Bull. 5. 13.] on the experimental immunization of young horses and cattle in Germany against exposure to trypanosomiasis carried by tsetse flies which were imported from Tanganyika Territory, and were infected with Tryp. brucei and T. congolense....

Author(s)
Schilling, C.; Schreck, H.; Neumann, H.; Kunert, H.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Immunitatsforschung, 1934, 83, pp 71-94
Abstract

This is a most comprehensive report, covering animal diseases, all aspects of public health in which veterinarians take part, and the livestock census.
The sections consist of a short account of the diseases as encountered during the period, copies of individual reports from officials and a...

Author(s)
Müssemeier; Hofferber.
Publisher
Berlin : Richard Schoetz.,
Citation
Veroffentlichungen aus den Jahres-Veterinar-Berichten der beamteten Tierarzte Preussens fur die Jahre 1931 und 1932., 1934, Pt. 2, pp 885 pp.
Abstract

The use of heat in medicine is one of the oldest forms of treatment. The introduction of electricity has led to improved technique in its application. Diathermy is the use of high frequency current so that the latter passes to the body in a direct manner. The method of applying diathermy and the...

Author(s)
Berner.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Veterinarkunde mit besondere Berucksichtigung der Hygiene, 1934, 64, pp 273-286
Abstract

The author discusses the importance of lipoids in biological chemistry, and the significance of a Gram-positive substance which he believes to be a fat derivative, and which he encountered in connexion with the red blood corpuscles in an investigation of "renguera", a disease of Peru, possibly...

Author(s)
Mrowka F.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1935, pp 167-174
Abstract

NORMAL PHYSIOLOGY.-RÖLICH investigated the development of lymphatic tissue and bone-marrow in new-born cats and dogs. FAIRMAN et al found that the bone-marrow volume in dogs was about 2 per cent. of the body weight. SCHWAYER investigated the Fonio blood coagulation normals of equine blood...

Author(s)
Wirth, D.
Citation
Folia Haematologica, 1935, 53, pp 463-474
Abstract

The author refers to his work on the production of immunity against trypanosomes in horses and cattle by the inoculation of the animals as calves or foals [this Bull. 5. 13, 122 and 618].
From the results of the experiments in which inoculated cattle were exposed to tsetse fly in Tanganyika...

Author(s)
Schilling, C.
Citation
Tropenpflanzer, 1935, 38, pp 229-238
Abstract

Salmonella enteritidis (formerly Bad. enteritidis Gärtner) actually consists of several varieties which may be distinguished by different methods, the most definite criteria being serological methods. The authors have examined 97 strains by biochemical, cultural and serological methods and have...

Author(s)
Hohn, J.; Hermann, W.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1935, 133, pp 183-196
Abstract

V. The modern method of classifying the Salmonella genus according to antigenic structure is discussed. The salmonella infections of animals are considered under the headings: -(a) primary paratyphoid infections including calf, pig and piglet paratyphoids, equine and ovine abortion, S. pullorum...

Author(s)
Schramek, J.
Citation
Veterinar Gesundheitsdienst, 1935, pp 17-26 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY.-Detailed information is given. The 1934 census gave the following data: -261, 000 horses, 900 mules and asses, 2, 8491000 cattle, 268, 000 sheep, 326, 000 goats, 2, 828, 000 pigs, 8, 679, 000 chickens, 100, 000 ducks and 98, 000 geese. Since 1923 pigs and poultry have increased in ...

Author(s)
Unzeitig, H.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1936, 23, pp 1-18
Abstract

The various causes which interfere with breeding are discussed in general terms. They are classified as exogenous and endogenous. Amongst exogenous causes are those of diet (including minerals and vitamins), poisons and certain infective conditions. Endogenous causes include anatomical and...

Author(s)
Koch, W.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1936, 10, pp 241-255

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