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During the course of her tour the author visited Java, the Straits Settlements and Malay Federated States, Ceylon, India, Egypt, Europe, Great Britain, United States of America, Canadá, and the Hawaiian Islands. In addition to the personal investigations and inquines made in these places a certain...

Author(s)
SWEET, G.
Publisher
Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Investigations into the Occurrence of Onchocerciasis in Cattle and Associated Animais in Countries other than Australia., 1914, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

By the above names the author distinguishes a disease of horses which is in his opinion due to the presence of the intestinal worm, Cylicostomum tetracanthum. It occurs throughout Brazil from north to south, where it chiefly affects young horses imported from Europe, especially thoroughbreds. It...

Author(s)
CONREUR, C.
Citation
Arch. Brasileiros de Med., 1915, 5, 8, pp 323-348
Abstract

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

In 1930, MAPLESTONE recorded two new species of nodular worms in swine, naming them Oesophagostomum suis and O. conicum. The first of these, O. suis, appears to be identical with O. brevicaudum described by SCHWARTZ and ALICATA in 1930, [see this Bulletin. 1. 58.] but the second species, O. conicum...

Author(s)
SCHWARTZ, B.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1931, 24, pp 411-415
Abstract

This report of an extensive survey of the indigenous and non-indigenous native population and of the European population of Southern Rhodesia contains a point of veterinary interest in connection with the schistosome species Schistosoma mattheei. This species was first described by VEGLIA and LE...

Author(s)
BLACKIE, W. K.
Citation
London School Hyg. & Trop. Med. Mem. Ser., 1932, 5, pp vi + 91 pp.
Abstract

II. This is an account of the finding of Haemonchus similis Travassos, 19l4 and Capillaria bilobata n. sp. in the abomasum of cattle at Muktesar. The last named is described, figured and compared, in two tables with the males and females of four other species of Capillaria from cattle in Europe and ...

Author(s)
BHALERAO, G. D.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, 1933, 3, pp 166-178
Abstract

STAFF.
There were no new appointments during the year. One assistant veterinary surgeon was sent on a scholarship to the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh. Another assistant veterinary surgeon was sent for a 15 months special course of training to the Imperial Institute of Animal Husbandry ...

Author(s)
CRAWFORD, M.
Publisher
CEYLON., Colombo : Ceylon Govt. Press,
Citation
Administration Report of the Government Veterinary Surgeon for 1933., 1934, pp 21 pp.
Abstract

This parasite has previously been reported from South America, Europe and India. Isshiki found it in 22 per cent, of 800 Korean calves. He adds one or two particulars of morphology to those previously described by TRAVASSOS and by BHALERAO, and divides the individuals which he examined into three...

Author(s)
ISSHIKI, O.
Publisher
Fusan, Japan
Citation
9th Report Government Inst. Veterinary Research Fusan, Japan., 1934, Part 1, pp 118-125
Abstract

Laboratory Work
BACTERIOLOGY.-The avirulent spore vaccine for ANTHRAX was used on a much wider scale with good results. The issue was begun of a BLACKLEG vaccine to which alum had been added and of which the preliminary tests had given' very good results. The herd of initially uninfected cows in a...

Author(s)
Du Toit, P. J.
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1940, 15, pp 480-484
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.

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