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The second volume of Terrestrial Animal Health code 2013 edition (22nd) includes revised information on the following subjects: infection with rabies virus; infection with rinderpest virus; infection with Trichinella spp.; infestation of honey bees with Acarapis woodi; infection of honey bees with ...

Publisher
OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health), Paris, France
Citation
Terrestrial animal health code. Volume II: recommendations applicable to OIE listed diseases and other diseases of importance to international trade, 2013, pp 281 pp.
Abstract

This guide to the Terrestrial Animal Health Code is divided into 4 sections (general provisions, recommendations applicable to specific diseases, appendices and model international veterinary certificates) aimed at assisting the Veterinary Administrations of the World Organization for Animal Health ...

Publisher
OIE (World Organisation for Animal Health), Paris, France
Citation
Terrestrial animal health code, 2006, Ed.15, pp xi + 652 pp.
Abstract

In 1983, 0.2% of 44 389 297 animals (including imported animals) slaughtered were totally rejected and 0.2% were partially rejected. Causes of total rejection, with the number of carcasses rejected were: anthrax (1 bovine), blackleg (1 calf, 11 cattle), rabies (1 calf, 16 cattle, 1 pig, 5 sheep),...

Author(s)
Ruppert, E.
Citation
Rundschau für Fleischuntersuchung und Lebensmittelüberwachung, 1985, 37, 2, pp 27-28
Abstract

During 1963, RABIES was confirmed in 47 dogs (from Senegal 10, Ivory Coast 14, Upper Volta 13, Togo 4, Dahomey 3, Mauretania 2, Niger 1), two cats (Upper Volta 1, Niger 1) and a tiger-cat (Togo). Rabies virus was demonstrated in the salivary glands of six of the 14 infected animals examined. In a...

Author(s)
Orue, J.
Publisher
Laboratoire National de l'Elevage., Dakar-Hann, Senegal
Citation
Institut d'Elevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherches vétérinaires et zootechniques de I'Ouest Africain. Rapports sur le fonctionnement pour les annees 1963 et 1964., 1965, pp 232 & 192 pp.
Abstract

Of 16 cows inoculated i/m with INFECTIOUS BOVINE RHINOTRACHEITIS virus at various stages of pregnancy, only ten calved normally; two of three aborted foetuses were deformed and three calves were still-born. The virus was recovered from vaginal swabs for up to 271 days after inoculation, and from...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Melbourne: CSIRO,
Citation
Australia. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. Division of Animal Health. Annual report 1967-68., 1969, pp 58 pp.
Abstract

Studies on blood protozoa showed that Eperyíhrozoon, Anaplasma, and Haemobarîonella resemble Rickettsia in ultrastructure, and that these agents are antigenically interrelated but that they do not cross-react with Babesia or Theileria. There Was no decrease in the erythroid elements of the bone...

Author(s)
Howard, L. B.; Russell, M. B.
Publisher
Urbana: The University.,
Citation
Research progress at the Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station July l, 1962-June 30, 1964., 1965, pp 189 pp.
Abstract

In 1963 there were 1, 508, 000 buffaloes and 796, 000 cattle, which were mainly used as draught animals; 4, 208, 000 pigs; 89, 000 goats; 19, 000 sheep; and 57.7 million fowls. The agricultural high school at Gia Lam, 10 km N.E. of Hanoi has a veterinary faculty, which resumed veterinary education...

Author(s)
Meisinger, G.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1966, 21, pp 361-366, 449-452; 491-497
Abstract

The extreme climatic differences due to the geographical position of the country, have a marked influence on the incidence of certain animal diseases. In the most southerly region, where annual rainfalls range from 30 mm. inland, to 400 mm. on the coast, losses in sheep from enterotoxaemia are...

Author(s)
Schulz, L. C.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1964, 71, pp 397-402
Abstract

Data on diseases of slaughter cattle, pigs, sheep and horses are tabulated. Of just above 10 million slaughtered animals 0.5% were totally condemned and 1% conditionally passed. The overall incidence of TB was around 10% in catte and 0.7% in pigs. Swine fever was found in 259 pigs (0.0007%). This...

Author(s)
Méhes, G.; Kazár, G.; Gyimesi, V.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1969, 24, pp 385-390
Abstract

This paperback is designed to provide concise information on making a diagnosis or presumptive diagnosis of certain animal diseases exotic to Australia. It has a bias towards laboratory procedures since many exotic diseases can only be definitely diagnosed by these methods; however, it is also...

Publisher
Australian Government Publishing Service., Canberra, Australia
Citation
Exotic diseases of animals. A manual for diagnosis., 1972, pp 135pp.

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