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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 general scope of activities of the Bureau is reviewed. The staff numbered 4, 416 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 141 were in the professional and scientific service, about 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure amounted to over £4, 000, 000. During the year 480 students graduated...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C: United States Department of Agriculture,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1940., 1940, pp 90 pp.
Abstract

Studies on MASTITIS were limited to testing antibiotics against staphylococcal infections. Neither intensified aureomycin treatment, pro-caine penicillin plus 5-amino acridine, furacin, terramycin nor neomycin was satisfactory.
Methods of control practised against CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS in sheep,...

Author(s)
Australia.
Publisher
Canberra: L. F. John-ston, Commonwealth Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Fifth annual report of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization for the year ending 30th June, 1953., 1953, pp 191 pp.
Abstract

Numerous cases of abscesses in the heads of sheep appeared to be due to Corynbacterium pyogenes. A ram died after showing symptoms of jaundice and haematuria, suggestive of leptospirosis. No evidence of leptospirosis was demonstrated, but a pasteurella was isolated. Following complaints that lambs...

Publisher
Adelaide: W. L. Hawes. Govt. Printer.,
Citation
South Australia,. Twenty-first Annual Report of the Council of the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, July, 1958-June, 1959., 1960, pp 100 pp.
Abstract

Bovine VIBRIOSIS was studied to assess the value of vaccination and to record the events leading to infertility. V. fetus cultures were introduced into the vagina a year before heifers came to first service to determine whether immunity will develop from such an exposure. A killed culture was used...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Melbourne: C.S.I.R.O.,
Citation
Australia. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization Animal Research Laboratories, Annual Report 1960-61., 1961, pp 126 pp.
Abstract

A pure strain of Cooperia punctata from cattle was isolated by making use of the short prepatent period of this parasite (12-14 days). Pure strains of Haemonchus contortus from sheep were obtained by culturing third-stage larvae from eggs obtained from the females. Particularly good results...

Author(s)
Eckert, J.; Burger, H. -J.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1965, 12B, pp 334-340
Abstract

The decline in faecal egg counts, characteristic of calves which have been experimentally infected with O. ostertagi, is analysed using a mathematical model in which parasite fecundity is assumed to be an inverse function of both the duration and intensity of infection. The model incorporates a...

Author(s)
Smith, G.; Grenfell, B. T.; Anderson, R. M.
Citation
Parasitology, 1987, 95, 2, pp 373-388
Abstract

Fenbendazole at 1.3 mg/ml was larvicidal within 40-60 minutes when added to cultures of larval nematodes. Higher concentrations, up to 2 mg/ml, acted more rapidly and effectively. In cattle and young sheep, fenbendazole rapidly reduced faecal egg counts for Ostertagia, Dictyocaulus, Strongyloides ...

Author(s)
Gherdan, A.; Orbulescu, D.; Trif, A.; Cosoroabă, I.
Citation
Lucrări Științifice, Institutul Agronomic Timișoara, Zootehnie și Medicină Veterinară, 1987, 22, pp 111-118
Abstract

Herbage intake was measured in 2 groups of 20 first-year grazing cattle. The animals in one group each received a morantel sustained release bolus at turnout and the animals in the other groups were untreated. The latter group showed a mean peak faecal egg count of 655 epg in October associated...

Author(s)
Bell, S. L.; Thomas, R. J.; Ferber, M. T.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 28, 1-2, pp 125-135
Abstract

The course of serum pepsinogen concentration was studied in 6 calves infected experimentally with Ostertagia, and in 43 calves on 4 premises, exposed to infested pasture. Serum pepsinogen was also measured in 44 cows, 15 of which had positive faecal egg counts for Ostertagia. It was confirmed that...

Author(s)
Berghen, P.; Dorny, P.; Vercruysse, J.; Hilderson, H. M.
Citation
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 1988, 57, 3, pp 157-173

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