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The Conference met at Bombay on the 29th and 30th December, 1934. In his presidential address Khan Sahib N. D. DHAKMARVALA, late of the Bombay Veterinary College, dealt with animal welfare in India, paying particular attention to horse breeding, the milk industry, cattle disease legislation and the ...

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Indian Veterinary Journal, 1935, 11, pp 201-247
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B. states that the breeding policy adopted in tropical and sub-tropical regions which has been formulated on Mendel's genetic principles has failed owing to lack of recognition of the effects of environment (climate, disease, parasites and deficiencies in the available food). As the effects of...

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Bisschop, J. H. R.
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Report. 13th Int. Vet. Congr., 1938, 1938, 2, pp 985-980
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MAJOR DUNKIN gave a brief survey of the incidence of Johne's disease in the United Kingdom and abroad, and a history of the work done on the production of johnin. He discussed the use of avian tuberculin as a means of pre-clinical diagnosis of Johne's disease; he considered it to be inferior to...

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Report. 1st Imp. vet. Conf. Lond., 1938, 1938, pp 68-77 pp.
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This paper deals with 4 hereditary defects of cattle, viz., congenital cataract in Jersey cattle; umbilical hernia in the Holstein-Friesian breed; dwarfism in Hereford cattle; and the so-called "baldy calves" in the Holstein-Friesian breed. This last condition is characterized by: _ scaliness and...

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Oilman, J. P. W.
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Proceedings 92nd Annu. Meet. Amer. vet. med. Ass., 1955, 1956, pp 49-53
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The main use at present made of blood-typing in cattle breeding is in the checking of pedigree information. R. discussed the possibilities of more direct application to cattle improvement. Two distinct genetic phenomena are concerned in this, linkage and pleiotropy. It is considered that the...

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Robertson, A.
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Proc. VIIth Int. Congr. Zootech., Madrid., 1956, 2, pp 79-86 pp.
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The regulations governing the diagnosis and control of bovine brucellosis in different parts of Western Germany are presented in tabular form. The possibility of assimilating the varying regulations was discussed and some regulations which could be applied to the country as a whole were...

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Schrinner, E.
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Zuchthygiene, Fortpflanzungsstorungen und Besamung der Haustiere, 1958, 2, pp 16-34
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Hansel alleges that the [simple and cheap] method of cycle synchronization by corpus luteum expulsion is precluded from wide application by the risk of bursal adhesion formation [the evidence indicates that this risk is negligible (see V.B. 31, 4200)], also that the corpus luteum increases in size...

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Hansel, W.
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Journal of Dairy Science, 1961, 44, pp 2307-2314
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Hansel alleges that the [simple and cheap] method of cycle synchronization by corpus luteum expulsion is precluded from wide application by the risk of bursal adhesion formation [the evidence indicates that this risk is negligible (see V.B. 31, 4200)], also that the corpus luteum increases in size...

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Casida, L. E.
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Journal of Dairy Science, 1961, 44, pp 2323-2329
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The antigen used in the vaccine was prepared from anaplasma infected bovine blood, treated to remove most of the plasma and cellular debris, and then freeze-dried. Just before injection into cattle, the desired amount of antigen was suspended in 5 ml of an adjuvant. To determine the infectivity of...

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Pearson, C. C.
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Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1965, 1966, pp 111-112
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Aspects considered at the symposium, held at the University of California on 3rd Aug. 1971, included: Passive immunity in newborn animals, by C. Stormont (pp. 1275-1279, 8 ref., including the role of secretory IgA in passive immunity); Maternal effects in laboratory species, by J. E. Legates (pp....

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Journal of Animal Science, 1972, 35, 6, pp 1275-1337

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