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B. carried out a series of experiments to determine the comparative values of different methods for the diagnosis of pregnancy. He concludes that Sdrodowsky's method, Manoiloffs serum reaction and Visscher and Bowman's method are of no value for the diagnosis of pregnancy in domestic animals. In...

Author(s)
Busch, G.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1936, 42, pp 780-782
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
Abstract

L. found the rapid whole-blood method unsatisfactory with horse-blood, owing to rapid clotting and non-specific agglutination. On the other hand, the rapid serum method made on slides with two parts of serum and one of a stained suspension proved useful, a positive result usually corresponding with ...

Author(s)
Leskova, R.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1937, 24, pp 225-283
Abstract

I. After the discovery of the disease in Austria further sporadic cases directed attention to a peculiar lymphadenitis rife amongst the inhabitants in the north eastern part of Lower Austria. Agglutination tests of affected persons proved the presence of tularaemia and it was found that they had...

Author(s)
David, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1937, 45, pp 477-481
Abstract

Extracts of 19 cultures of freshly recovered Streptococcus agalactiae were prepared by one of three methods: - (1) shaking, (2) saline extraction and (3) antiformin. When these extracts were tested for precipitation with two normal sera from cattle, three from horses and seven from known infected...

Author(s)
Hossenfelder, F.
Publisher
Munich,
Citation
Thesis, 1937, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

The microscopic appearance of the oestral period in agricultural animals has, up to the present time, received scanty attention and this communication considers the character of the vaginal discharge during the four periods into which the complete sexual cycle is usually divided.
The experimental...

Author(s)
Schatalow, P.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1938, 49, pp 81-84
Abstract

A method was worked out by which the presence of prolan and oestrogenic substances in the urine can be demonstrated chemically. The urine is filtered and 10 drops of 3 % ammonium molybdate is added to 5 c.c. After a few minutes a green colour develops if oestrogens are present. The urine is next...

Author(s)
Otte, W.
Publisher
Jelgava, Latvia.,
Citation
Die Fruhdiagnose der Trachtigkeit bei der Kuh und Stute., 1938, pp 33 pp.
Abstract

In the faeces of 13 healthy cattle fed on turnips, hay and oat straw the average Mn content was 30.03 mg. in 100 g. dry faeces; in that of 8 horses fed on oats, bran and hay it was 32.99 mg., and in that of 8 sheep fed on turnips and hay it was 57.14 mg. The method of estimation and other essential ...

Author(s)
Rehmet, J.
Publisher
Berlin.,
Citation
Thesis, 1938, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

The ascorbic acid content of livers and adrenals from cattle, sheep, pigs and horses was determined by the methylene blue method of MARTINI and BONSIGNORE [(1934). Biochem. Z. 273. 107-177.], and average values for normal organs were found to be 20-25 mg. % and 150-170 mg.% respectively....

Author(s)
Weitzenberg, R.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1939, 74, pp 228-282

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