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Abstract

In the past rinderpest has nearly always gained access to the Balkan Peninsula from Asiatic Turkey, where the disease is enzootic. This is known to have taken place in the case of the outbreaks of 1853 and 1863 which caused great losses among cattle in the neighbourhood of Tschataldja. During the...

Author(s)
Angeloff, St.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1917, 43, 6, pp 383-420
Abstract

This publication consists of a description of a journey undertaken by the above three authors to Bulgaria and Turkey at the request of the German Minister of Agriculture in October 1916, with the object of studying the contagious diseases of animals of these countries and the methods there employed ...

Author(s)
Nevermann, L. ; Miessner, H. ; Weichel, A.
Publisher
Hannover: M. & H. Schaper.,
Citation
Travel Studies in the Balkans., 1917, pp 111 pp.
Abstract

The primary object of this research was to ascertain the immunizing power of rinderpest serum obtained from hyperimmunised cattle of the local breed when injected into European cattle. The local breeds, through centuries of exposure to cattle plague, have attained some degree of racial natural...

Author(s)
Schern, K. ; Mavrides, N. ; Major, A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1920, 21, 1, pp 82-96 pp.
Abstract

Gratification and pride will, we imagine, be the feelings uppermost in the minds of members of the Veterinary profession as they reach the end of this history, which records in some 750 pages the official services of the British veterinary profession during the Great War, services ably-often...

Author(s)
Blenkinsop, L. J.; Rainey, J. W.
Publisher
H.M. Stationery Office., London, UK
Citation
History of the Great War Based on Official Documents. Veterinary Services., 1925, pp x + 782 pp.
Abstract

I. Velu brings forward strong circumstantial evidence that a resuscitation of theileria parasites sometimes occurs in adult native cattle, presumably tolerant to the infection, when subjected to conditions that lower the vitality.
Similar incidents have been reported from Egypt, India, Anatolia and ...

Author(s)
Velu, H.
Citation
Revista de Veterinaria Militar, 1933, 17, pp 808-306
Abstract

A short report is given of J's visit to Turkey, with special reference to the present veterinary position in that country. The veterinary organization is both modern and satisfactory. The Veterinary Head Office is a department of the Ministry of Agriculture. It is divided into sections governing...

Author(s)
Jezic, J.
Citation
Jugoslovenski Veterinarski Glasnik, 1936, 16, pp 67-77
Abstract

The four depots attached to the Middle East Forces supplied fresh meat superior to that obtained locally, for the British Army and Indian and native troops and provided a reserve of meat on the hoof to meet contingencies.
Each depot could function independently but in practice No. 1 depot in Aleppo ...

Author(s)
Limont, A. G.
Citation
Journal of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, 1945, 17, pp 19-21
Abstract

The incidence of anthrax rose from the low level of 221 cases in 1960 to 255 in 1961 and 340 in 1962, Of the cases in 1962, 318 were in cattle, 18 in pigs and one each in a sheep, a mink, a raccoon and a horse. Feeding stuffs and fertilizers were the commonest probable sources of infection. Routine ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain 1961 and 1962., 1964, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

P.M. examination of the thoracic and peritoneal cavities of 10, 000 sheep, 409 goats, 5, 012 cattle, and 250 buffaloes at an abattoir and 44 horses at the veterinary school in Ankara revealed Setaria equina in 20 horses (45%), and Setaria (Anionema) labiato-papillosa in 5 buffaloes (2%) and 58 ...

Author(s)
GüRalp, N.; Dogru, C.
Citation
Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. Ankara University, 1968, 15, pp 29-40
Abstract

An account of field and laboratory services. Pages 24 to 71 deal with animal and poultry diseases (including fur and wild animals). Diarrhoea and pneumonia accounted for most losses in domestic animals. Infectious rhinotracheitis virus was a major cause of both respiratory diseases and abortion in ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Edmonton: The Division,
Citation
Canada. Annual report of the Veterinary Services Division for the Province of Alberta 1969., 1970, pp 71 pp.

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