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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

The disease first appeared in the Territory in 1902, and in a short time obtained a hold over a large portion of the country. At first a great deal of opposition was encountered on the part of the Swazis, but this was gradually overcome and their co-operation in preventive measures obtained.
In...

Author(s)
Elder, W. A.
Citation
Report on the Incidence of East Coast Fever Disease amongst Cattle in Swaziland., 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

The authors have made an attempt to confirm GONDER'S account of the life cycle of Theileria parva within the invertebrate host, but they have been unable to detect in the tissues of infected ticks any appearances which could not be found in the corresponding tissues of clean ticks. More than 20...

Author(s)
Nuttall, G. H. F. ; Hindle, E.
Citation
Parasitalogy., 1913, 6, 3, pp 321-332 pp.
Abstract

The tour described in this report was undertaken for the purpose of studying (1) East Coast Fever, particularly methods of inoculation. (2) Trypanosomiasis. (3) Diseases of stock occurring in South Africa which may become of economic importance in Uganda. (4) South African methods of regulating ...

Citation
Report of the Tour in South Africa undertaken by RICHARDSON (U. F.), Veterinary Officer., 1913,
Abstract

In the First Report of the Director of Veterinary Research it was recorded that out of 170 animals inoculated at the laboratory in various ways, 84 survived injection and natural infection. The method was introduced on a small scale in practice and since then has been considerably extended.
Up to...

Author(s)
Theiler, A.
Publisher
Cape Times, Ltd., Government Printers., Cape Town, South Africa
Citation
Second Report of the Director of Veterinary Research. Union of South Africa. October 1912, 1913, pp 266-314
Abstract

Rinderpest. The total number of adult animals and calves inoculated by the virulent blood and serum method in the Buganda Province were 3, 058 and 848, and the deaths in the two classes were 196 and 210 respectively. The large number of deaths was mainly accounted for by the fact that the disease...

Author(s)
Hutchins, E.
Publisher
Uganda Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., Kampala, Uganda
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for the Year ending March 31, 1915. Veterinary Division., 1915,
Abstract

The routine work of the laboratory consisted in examinations of slides and smears received from government officials and private owners, and in serum and vaccine preparation. The latter part of the work included the preparation of anti-rinderpest serum (274, 368 doses), anthrax vaccine (32, 180...

Author(s)
Montgomery, R. E.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture (Swift Press), Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Department of Agriculture. Annual Report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist for the Year 1914-1915., 1916, pp 125-145
Abstract

This report comprises three sections dealing, respectively, with (1) Contagious Diseases, (2) The Veterinary Pathological Laboratory (MASON, F. E.), and (3) School of Veterinary Medicine (RABAGLIATI D. S.).
SECTION 1. CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
In this section statistics are given with regard to the...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Govt. Press., Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture. Veterinary Service. Annual Report for the Year 1915., 1916, pp vi + 59 pp.
Abstract

No further news of rinderpest has been received in this country, and the position remains unchanged. It is to be hoped that with the advance of our troops towards Iringa definite news of the progress of the disease will be obtained at an early date.
"Every precaution is being taken that cattle do...

Author(s)
Hooper Sharpe, G. C.
Citation
Rinderpest Observation in German East Africa., 1916, pp 1 p

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