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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 TRANSMISSION OF Babesia bigemina AND Anaplasma marginale BY MEANS OF THE LARVAE OF Boophilus decoloratus (BLUE TICKS).
Origin of the ticks. -The female ticks were collected from African animals which had constantly been at pasture, and which therefore must have been infected with both Babesia...

Author(s)
Theiler, A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1912, 12, 2, pp 105-116
Abstract

After noting the results obtained by THEILER and BEVAN the author gives the history of two imported bulls which he inoculated against the two diseases. It was the author's intention to inoculate them with a strain of anaplasma (centrale variety) obtained from Pretoria, but owing to loss in the post ...

Author(s)
Chambers, F.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1913, 26, 3, pp 249-253
Abstract

Piroplasmosis in bovines in Saint Paul is invariably due to Piroplasma (Babesia) bigeminum, although CARINI has described the occurrence of P. argentinum in an imported animal.
The disease occurs in all parts of the country, and has been responsible in some instances for a mortality of 95 per cent. ...

Author(s)
Descazeaux, M. J.
Citation
Recueil de Med. Vet., 1913, 90, 22, pp 392-410
Abstract

This bulletin contains details of a number of experiments carried out with the object of ascertaining the effects produced by oily substances upon ticks as well as experiments connected with arsenical dips. The following is the summary: -
" In this bulletin the factors entering into the efficacy of ...

Author(s)
Graybill, H. W.
Publisher
USDA, USA
Citation
U.S. Dept. Agriculture. Bureau of Animal Industry. Bulletin., 1913, No. 167, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

The characteristic symptoms of the disease are: Sudden onset, dullness, loss of appetite, yellow to orange discolouration of the mucous membranes, the presence of petechiae which are red at first and subsequently become purple, and often increasing in size and coalescing to form large blotches on...

Author(s)
Williams, A. J.
Publisher
Calcutta: Superintendent Government Printing.,
Citation
Army Headquarters, India. Quartermaster General's Branch, Simla., 1914, pp 1-6 pp.
Abstract

The author has studied this dísease in imported Serbian cattle, of which 100 per cent. became infected and 90 per cent. died. Clinically, an, acute or fulminant form, a subacute, and a chronic form may be recognised.
In the acute form the period of incubation may range from 10 to 30 days, the...

Author(s)
Carpano, M.
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1915, 38, 12, pp 497-529 pp.
Abstract

The authors examined 143 head of cattle and found trypanosomes in 19, but the number actually infected was probably much higher than this as in most cases an examination of a single preparation of fresh blood was all that could be done. The bulk of the infected animáis were found among those...

Author(s)
Yorke, W. ; Blacklock, B.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1915, 9, 3, pp 413-420 pp.
Abstract

In addition to the report regarding the contagious diseases this publication contains also those of the Veterinary Pathological Laboratory and the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Section 1. Contagious Diseases.-
Cattle Plague. This disease was responsible for 1, 348 deaths during the year, including ...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Cairo : Govt. Press.,
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture. Annual Report of the Veterinary Service for the Year 1914., 1915, pp 49 pp.
Abstract

Rinderpest has not occurred in the Protectorate. On the outbreak of war the herds were moved away from the border and there is a cattle free belt from nine to fifteen miles wide.
Trypanosomiasis. An outbreak of trypanosomiasis occurred in the Fort Johnston District and resulted in the death of a...

Author(s)
Garden, G.
Publisher
Govt. Printer., Zomba, Malawi
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for the Year ending March 31, 1915. Veterinary Division., 1915, pp 29-32

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