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A total of 49,918 and 1,176,670 test-day records belonging to 8,231 lactating goats and 177,605 lactating ewes, respectively, were used to study the response of Spanish dairy goats (Florida breed) and sheep (Manchega breed) to heat stress. The productive traits which were controlled include daily...

Author(s)
Serradilla, J. M.; Ramón, M.; Abo-Shady, H. M.; Molina, A.; Pérez-Guzmán, M. D.; Díaz, C.; Carabaño, M. J.
Publisher
Centre International de Hautes Etudes Agronomiques Méditerranéennes, Montpellier, France
Citation
Options Méditerranéennes. Série A, Séminaires Méditerranéens, 2016, No.115, pp 417-420
Abstract

Proteins expressed from the map1 multigene family of Ehrlichia ruminantium are strongly recognized by immune T and B cells from infected animals or from animals that were infected and have recovered from heartwater disease (although still remaining infected carriers). Analogous multigene clusters...

Author(s)
Barbet, A. F.; Byrom, B.; Mahan, S. M.
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, USA
Citation
Infection and Immunity, 2009, 77, 6, pp 2304-2310
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Publisher
Office International des Épizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Disease Information - Office International des Épizooties, 2001, 14, 30, pp 183-188
Abstract

Culicoides variipennis, the only proven vector of bluetongue virus (BLU) in the western hemisphere, was evaluated as a vector of bluetongue virus serotype 2 (BLU 2). This serotype was isolated from sentinel cattle in south Florida at a site devoid of C. variipennis. C. variipennis readily fed on a...

Author(s)
Tanya, V. N.; Greiner, E. C.; Shroyer, D. A.; Gibbs, E. P. J.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1993, 30, 1, pp 204-208
Abstract

Several cases of poisoning by Lantana camara in Florida are discussed. The active compounds in this plant are the triterpenes, lantadenes A and B. Ingestion of 340-453 g of leaves causes liver and kidney damage, photosensitization, intestinal haemorrhage, paralysis of the gall bladder and death...

Author(s)
Morton, J. F.
Citation
Economic Botany, 1994, 48, 3, pp 259-270
Abstract

In a Hemarthria altissima cv. Floralta and Aeschynomene americana pasture oesophageally-fistulated animals selected A. americana early in the grazing cycle. The proportion of A. americana in the diet depended on the proportion of it which was available in the upper layer of the canopy. Av. CP...

Author(s)
Morantes, G. A.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International, B (Sciences and Engineering), 1987, 47, 11, pp 4359B-4360B
Abstract

In 1982 a serotype of bluetongue virus (BTV) previously unrecognized in the Western Hemisphere was isolated from cattle in the USA. Clinical disease was not seen in the cattle which were part of a sentinel herd system in Florida designed for studying the epidemiology of BTV. The isolation of...

Author(s)
Gibbs, E. P. J.; Greiner, E. C.; Taylor, W. P.; Barber, T. L.; House, J. A.; Pearson, J. E.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1983, 44, 12, pp 2226-2228
Abstract

The first isolation of bluetongue virus (BTV) serotype 2 in the USA was in 1982 from a sentinel herd of cattle at Ona, Florida. Electrophoresis of genome RNA showed that all 16 serotype 2 isolates from this focus of infection had one of two electropherotypes (Ona A and Ona B). All genome segments...

Author(s)
Collisson, E. W.; Barber, T. L.; Gibbs, E. P. J.; Greiner, E. C.
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 1985, 66, 6, pp 1279-1286
Abstract

In 1980, 60 zebu from Brazil were admitted into quarantine in Florida for 150 days. During the 30 days between their last test in Brazil and their first test in Florida, four animals developed antibody to bluetongue virus detectable by agar gel immunodiffusion test. Within 62 days after arrival in...

Author(s)
Groocock, C. M.; Campbell, C. H.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1982, 46, 2, pp 160-164
Abstract

I. spicata is only a minor source of dye but has been much planted for cover, green manure and erosion control in coffee, tea and rubber plantations in warm regions of the Old World. It has deep roots and prostrate runners up to 1 m long, and is palatable, even enticing, to most grazing animals....

Author(s)
Morton, J. F.
Citation
Economic Botany, 1989, 43, 3, pp 314-327

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