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The writer was prompted by the rarity of veterinary references to Simulium attacking animals in Great Britain to record the taking of S. ornatum and S. latipes from the ears of calves and horses during April. A short description is given of the larvae, pupae and adults, with a brief account of...

Author(s)
Steward, J. S.
Publisher
Cambridge.,
Citation
2nd Report Direct. Inst. Anim. Path. University Cambridge, 1931, pp 194-197 pp.
Abstract

Preliminary tests carried out by SCHWARTZ in 1928 showed that the first and second stage larvæ of Strongylus spp. are killed by immersion in a 1 per cent. solution of copper sulfate overnight and that infective larvæ are usually inactive after the same period. It is, therefore, possible that some...

Author(s)
Hall, M. C.; Cotton, W. E.
Citation
North American Veterinarian, 1931, 12, 8, pp 31-35
Abstract

In submitting his Annual Report for the year 1932, the Chief Veterinary Officer records two events of special importance which occurred during the year, namely, the appointment of a Committee of the Economic Advisory Council to enquire into the diseases of cattle and the best means of combating...

Author(s)
Kelland, P. J. L.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Office.,
Citation
Report of Proceedings under the Diseases of Animals Acts for the Year 1932., 1933, pp 78 pp.
Abstract

I. The authors report what they claim to be the first record of the helminths mentioned below: -Fasciola hepática was found, in the European bison and elk, apparently originating from infested red or fallow deer on the same ground. Eggs of Moniezia sp. were found in the faeces of the elk and bison, ...

Author(s)
Wetzel, R.; Enigk, K.
Citation
S. B. Ges. naturf. Fr. Berl, 1936, pp 162-164 pp.
Abstract

The authors note three nematodes not previously reported from the moose in North America. They are Trichuris sp., Oesophagostomum venulosum and Ascaris sp. A table is given showing the location and incidence of the various parasites which have been recorded for the moose in Minnesota. The commonest ...

Author(s)
Olsen, O. W.; Fenstermacher, R.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1942, 8, pp 403-408
Abstract

This volume is the seventh in the series of Year books intended to supply agriculturalists with an up-to-date survey of various branches of science covered by the United States Department of Agriculture. The current Year book, like that of 1939 [Food and Life- V. B. 11 909.] is of great veterinary...

Publisher
Washington, D.C.: Superintendent of Documents.,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1942, pp xiii+1276 pp.
Abstract

The following are the chief items of interest: -
EDUCATION (pp. 320-321).-There are at present 2, 057 students enrolled, in the 10 American and two Canadian veterinary colleges. Some concern is expressed over the small number of graduates entering practice. It is hoped that next year a report will...

Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1944, 105, pp 320-578
Abstract

It was recommended by the Committee on Parasitology of the American Veterinary Medical Association, in its annual report for 1943, that the Bureau of Animal Industry of the U.S. Department of Agriculture be requested to publish a bulletin or series of bulletins containing specified information...

Author(s)
Dikmans, G.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1945, 6, pp 211-241
Abstract

O. lyrata has been found in the abomasum of cattle and T. longispicularis in the small intestine. The copulatory bursa and spicules of O. lyrata differ from those of O. ostertagi and O. circumcincta. The spicules of T. longispicularis are slightly longer than those of T. colubriformis; the...

Author(s)
Rose, J. H.
Citation
Nature, London, 1959, 183, pp 1745-1746
Abstract

The microanatomy of one male and one female specimen of a zoonotic Onchocerca sp. in a fibrous nodule excised from the wrist of an Ontario resident, two bovine Onchocerca from Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada, and O. cervicalis from the ligamentum nuchae of a horse in Georgia, USA, were compared....

Author(s)
Ali-Khan, Z.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1977, 71, 4, pp 469-482

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