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Abstract

The investigations are based upon the examination of material that the author has obtained from cattle during post-mortem examinations. He has frequently encountered the disease in cattle in South Africa. The disease is characterized by the formation of nodules in the sub-mucous coat of the...

Author(s)
Jowett, W.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1912, 25, 1, pp 15-22
Abstract

During the course of her tour the author visited Java, the Straits Settlements and Malay Federated States, Ceylon, India, Egypt, Europe, Great Britain, United States of America, Canadá, and the Hawaiian Islands. In addition to the personal investigations and inquines made in these places a certain...

Author(s)
Sweet, G.
Publisher
Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Investigations into the Occurrence of Onchocerciasis in Cattle and Associated Animais in Countries other than Australia., 1914, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

In the slaughter house at the Dairy, Darwin, practically every bullock and cow examined showed nodules in the brisket. Insufficient experience prevents the authors from making any definite Statement regarding the occurrence of the parasite in the buffalo, but no parasites could be found in six...

Author(s)
Mcbachran, J. F. ; Hill, F.
Publisher
Government Printer, Melbourne, Commonwealth of Australia
Citation
Investigations into the Cause of Worm Nodules (Onchocerca gibsoni) in Cattle, at Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia., 1914, pp 8 pp.
Abstract

The authors' summary is as follows: -
The eggs of Gongylonema sculatum present in the faeces of sheep and cattle infested with the adult parasite, hatch out when swallowed by insects of various species.
The larvae thus released from the eggs, pass into the body cavity and reach the final larval...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H. ; Hall, M. C.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1915, 2, 2, pp 80-86
Abstract

This paper is of interest inasmuch as the methods that have been employed for the eradication of the gross animal parasites in the United States are briefly reviewed and the possibilities of further success based on our present knowledge of the life histories of the parasites are discussed. The...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H.
Publisher
Government Printing Office., Washington, USA
Citation
Paper presented before the Second Pan American Scientific Congress, Washington, U.S. A. Dec. 27, 1915-Jan. 8, 1916., 1917, pp 10 pp.
Abstract

Of a large number of pigs slaughtered at Chicago rather more than 50 per cent. of those under five months old were found to be infested with Ascaris swum, and of those between 18 months and four years old the percentage was 35.
The life-history of the parasite has been worked out by STEWART,...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1920, 10, 2, pp 66-74
Abstract

This is the first part of a monograph on Nématodes. Although its scope is restricted to those forms occurring in Northern Africa, the fauna of that region is in this respect sufficiently rich to furnish representatives of every group. The work is therefore rather more comprehensive than its title...

Author(s)
Seurat, L. G.
Publisher
Universite d'Alger, Faculte des Sciences, Algiers, Algeria
Citation
Histoire naturelle des Nématodes de la Berbérie. Première Partie. Morphologie, Développement, Ethologie et Affinités des Nématodes., 1920, pp 221 pp.
Abstract

The views of the above two distinguished helminthologists upon, the relations of parasites and stockbreeding in tropical or sub-tropical countries are of great general interest. Hitherto the presence oí the tick in the Southern United States has stood solidly in the way oí a prosperous cattle...

Author(s)
Ransom, B. H. ; Hall, M. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 394-429
Abstract

After a number of experiments the following technique was fixed upon as yielding the most constant results with the least expenditure of time and with the simplest apparatus.
The faeces are diluted with water until they are quite liquid and are passed through a wire screen having 30 meshes to the...

Author(s)
Sheather, A. L.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1923, 36, 2, pp 71-90
Abstract

At a temperature of 70°-80° F. the eggs of the parasite require about four days for hatching. Two periods of lethargus, each lasting about 24 hours, are separated from each other by two periods of vitality, each also lasting 24 hours.
In liquid cultures both cuticles are usually retained by the...

Author(s)
Schwartz, B.
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Research, 1924, 29, 9, pp 451-458 pp.

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