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i. The authors have examined camels, donkeys, mules, cattle, dogs, sheep, and goats for microfilariae, and have found them in the first four species. In four different districts the percentage of camels infected varied from 4 to 22.5. The percentage in the case of donkeys varied from 2 to 3.8....

Author(s)
Yakimoff, W. L. ; Schokhor, N. I. ; Koselkine, P. M. ; Winogradoff, W. W. ; Demidoff, A. P.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1914, 7, 3, pp 189-192
Abstract

Cattle Plague.-This disease has been responsible for 2, 314 deaths, including 490 following double inoculation in outbreaks. The death-rate from natural infection was about 0.14 per cent. The number of cattle inoculated was 178, 495. Of these, 569 died of rinderpest and 1, 452 of other diseases,...

Author(s)
Egypt.
Publisher
Cairo: Government Press.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Service for 1913. Ministry of Agriculture., 1915, pp 27 pp.
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

In this report the author deals with the following conditions: - Human trypanosomiasis, Animal trypanosomiasis, Leishmaniasis, Malaria, Piroplasmosis, Filariasis, and Goitre.
With regard to the first of these the author has investigated the distribution of the disease and the degree of incidence in ...

Author(s)
Bouilliez, M.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1916, 9, 3, pp 143-167 pp.
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

The following are among the more important of the species identified by the authors as affecting the domesticated animals:
" Nematoda. - Filaría cervina, Duj. A single specimen of this parasite was obtained from the abdominal cavity of a cow at the Georgetown Abattoir. It does not appear to be a...

Author(s)
Bodkin, G. E. ; Oleare, L. D., Jr.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1916, 7, Pt. 2, pp 179-190
Abstract

The work detailed in this article was inspired by the assertions made by the SEYDERHELMS (V. R. & K.) of Strasburg (1914), and of RIES, to the effect that equine infectious anaemia was a disease attributable to the toxic action of bots. At the commencement of his paper the author summarises the...

Author(s)
Kock, G. V. D. W. De
Citation
Union of South Africa, Dept. of Agriculture. 5th and 6th Repts. of the Director of Veterinary Research., 1918, pp 649-694
Abstract

This paper purports to describe the life of a veterinary surgeon in the tropics contrasting that in the West Indies, where the author was first stationed, with that in the Far East, where he is at present employed. It gives quite an interesting account of field work and incidence of disease in...

Author(s)
Ford, T. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 8, pp 45-54 pp.
Abstract

The approximate numbers of livestock in Fiji are: -Cattle 80 000 horses and mules, 10, 000; sheep, 1, 000; goats, 6, 000; and pigs 4, 000. Annual birth-rate of cattle is estimated at 10, 000; the number killed for meat or exported, 4, 500; number of deaths from old age, disease, and Fijian...

Author(s)
Rainey, W.
Publisher
Govt. Ptr., Suva, Fiji
Citation
Agric. Circular. Department of Agriculture, Fiji., 1920, 1, 7, pp 119-132
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. Cattle Plague (Rinderpest) and Double Inoculation. In 1916 18 deaths only from rinderpest were recorded, in two Provinces (Girga and Daqahiya), but in addition 104 cases were detected amongst cattle imported from the Soudan. In the preceding year (1915) 358 deaths were reported ...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Govt. Press., Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture (Egypt). Veterinary Service. Annual Reports for the Years 1916 & 1917., 1920, pp 59 pp.: 43 pp.

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