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Abstract

Having given a brief resume of his reasons for believing Anaplasma to be a distinct species of parasite, the author proceeds to describe experiments in support of this view.
1. The Separation of Anaplasmosis from Babesiosis by proper Selection of Ticks.-
As is well known an animal that has passed...

Author(s)
Theiler, A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1912, 11, 3-4, pp 193-207
Abstract

The procedures adopted and the results obtained by a number of other observers are briefly referred to and a somewhat extensive description of the morphology, developmental forms, pathogeni-city, vitality, cultivation, symptoms, lesions, and staining characters of the various species of...

Author(s)
Mattes, W.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Originale), 1912, 65, 6-7, pp 538-573 pp.
Abstract

This short paper contains a tabular statement of the cases of piroplasmosis which have been observed in imported animals shortly after their arrival in Algeria.
The importation of cattle from Europe into Algeria is practically limited to milch cows. The table gives details of five cases, which were ...

Author(s)
Sergent, Edm. ; Lhéritier, A. ; Boquet, A.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1914, 7, 10, pp 699-700 pp.
Abstract

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

Author(s)
Misson, L.
Citation
Folia Microbiologica, 1914, 3, 1, pp 49-75 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

Part I. The first twenty pages or so of this report contain a historical survey of the subject. The views that have been expressed regarding methods of infection and the work that has been done in searching for an intermediate host are very fully dealt with. The incidence of the disease is a matter ...

Author(s)
Leiper, R. T.
Citation
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 1915, 25, 1; 2, pp 1-55; 147-191
Abstract

These observations were made at the Veterinary Establishment at Zambi, in a country where until recently stockbreeding had never existed.
(1) Larvae producing animal myiases in the Lower Congo.
(a) Bot Oestridae. -In the digestive tract of an elephant killed in the Kassai district were found two...

Author(s)
Roubaud, E. ; Van Saceghem, R.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1916, 9, 10, pp 763-767 pp.
Abstract

This report of the Chief Veterinary Officer first gives details regarding the constitution and duties of the staff of the Veterinary (0421) B Department during the year 1915-1916. The remainder of the report contains a mass of experience which cannot be extracted with justice and is reprinted as...

Author(s)
Sturdy, R. J.
Publisher
Nairobi and Mombasa: Printed at The " Leader. ",
Citation
BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Department of Agriculture, Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ending 31st March 1916., 1916, pp 62-71 pp.
Abstract

The dermatitis which occurs among bovines in the tropics and is caused by Dermatophilus congolensis is often confused with bovine demodectic mange. These two skin affections are, " however, easily distinguishable bacteriologically and clinically.
Demodex folliculorum var. bovis is characterized by...

Author(s)
Van Saceghem.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1917, 10, 2, pp 117-120 pp.

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