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Abstract

Having given a brief resume of his reasons for believing Anaplasma to be a distinct species of parasite, the author proceeds to describe experiments in support of this view.
1. The Separation of Anaplasmosis from Babesiosis by proper Selection of Ticks.-
As is well known an animal that has passed...

Author(s)
Theiler, A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1912, 11, 3-4, pp 193-207
Abstract

East Coast Fever-The disease is highly endemic over all the districts to the west of the Nile, with the exception of the northern and central counties of Ankole.
In the Eastern Province East Coast Fever is endemic in the Busoga, Lango, and the greater part of the Mbale Districts.
In the Kumi...

Publisher
Govt. Printers, Entebbe, Uganda
Citation
Ann. Rept. of Dept. of Agriculture for Year ending March 31, 1912., 1912, pp 18-28
Abstract

African Coast Fever. During the year five outbreaks occurred, as compared with eight in 1911 and eighteen in 1910. The total mortality including animals slaughtered on account of a rise of temperature was 505. Of these 409 occurred at one centre.
Dipping has been found to be of immense value in...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.
Citation
Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon for the Year., 1912,
Abstract

THE TRANSMISSION OF Babesia bigemina AND Anaplasma marginale BY MEANS OF THE LARVAE OF Boophilus decoloratus (BLUE TICKS).
Origin of the ticks. -The female ticks were collected from African animals which had constantly been at pasture, and which therefore must have been infected with both Babesia...

Author(s)
Theiler, A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1912, 12, 2, pp 105-116
Abstract

Trypanosomiasis, Black-water, Ophthalmia in Cattle, Fowl Cholera, Momberas Cattle Disease (East Coast Fever), Native Cattle Industry, Dipping, Suspected Rabies, Poisoning among Sheep.

Publisher
Gov. Printers,, Zomba, Nyasaland
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for Year ended March 31st., 1912, pp 29-49
Abstract

This Report comprises an account of the clinical work and farriery, cattle trade and statistics, slaughterhouse statistics, tours of inspection, brief descriptions of the contagious and infectious diseases met with, which include anthrax, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia, epizootic lymphangitis,...

Author(s)
Beal, W. P. B.
Publisher
Printed at the Government Press., Accra, Gold Coast
Citation
Report of the Veterinary Department for 1911., 1912,
Abstract

East Coast Fever. -In the report regarding this disease the following points are dealt with: -The history of the disease in the Protectorate; Immunity; The division of the country into " clean " and " infected " areas, with the limits of each; Measures for dealing with the disease, and the...

Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, Nairobi. 1911-1912, 1912,
Abstract

This volume is devoted to the microbial diseases, and the portion of it relating to diseases occurring in tropical countries, or of special interest to veterinarians in tropical countries extends to some three hundred pages. Piroplasmosis, trypanosomiasis, leish-maniasis, spirochaetosis,...

Author(s)
Hoare, E. W.
Publisher
Balliere, Tindall & Cox., London, UK
Citation
A System of Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 1, 1913, Edn 1, pp 1327 pp.
Abstract

In 1911, 48 animals received from Great Britain were inoculated with virus supplied by THEILER which contained B. bigemina and A. centrale. None of these animals died during the process of immunization and reports were received regarding 38 of. them after distribution. Of those reported upon 11...

Author(s)
Bevan, Ll. E. W.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1913, 69, 455, pp 208-212
Abstract

The principal value of this book appears to lie in that portion of it which is devoted to laboratory technique, at least as far as the veterinary surgeon or student is concerned. The descriptions given of the organisms causing disease in the lower animals and of the diseases themselves are in some...

Author(s)
Besson, A.
Publisher
Longmans, Green and Co., London, UK
Citation
Practical Bacteriology, Microbiology and Serum Therapy (Medical and Veterinary). A Text Book for laboratory Use., 1913, pp xxx + 892 pp.

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