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Abstract

Trypanotolerance of N'Dama cattle is reviewed and also resistance to gastrointestinal helminths, ticks and some tick-transmitted diseases (dermatophilosis, anaplasmosis and babesiosis).

Author(s)
Mattioli, R. C.
Citation
Archivio Veterinario Italiano, 1993, 44, 1, pp 25-35
Abstract

Tick-borne diseases of cattle including theileriasis due to the Theileria parva group, and trypanosomiasis (caused mainly by Trypanosoma congolense but also to some extent by T. brucei and T. vivax) and brucellosis are considered as the major factors limiting the development of livestock industries ...

Author(s)
Musisi, F. L.; Chizyuka, H. G. B.
Publisher
Universiti Pertanian Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia
Citation
Livestock production and diseases in the Tropics. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18-22 August 1986., 1986, pp 103-105
Abstract

805 peripheral blood smears were prepared from febrile cases in indigenous cattle (254), crossbred cattle (88), buffaloes (375), horses (37) and goats (51) in India from 1978-1985. The percentage of indigenous and cross-bred cattle infected with Babesia bigemina was 14.96 and 5.68% respectively....

Author(s)
Mallick, K. P.; Dwivedi, S. K.; Srivastava, N. K.; Kumar, S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1987, 11, 1, pp 25-26
Abstract

In further studies on disease transmission by tabanids in Tanzania [see RAE/B 63, 3448; 64, 565], the incidence of trypanosomiasis (caused by Trypanosoma spp.) was studied in a herd of dairy cattle near Dar es Salaam over a period of 4 months. The apparent density of Glossina and prevalence of...

Author(s)
Wiesenhutter, E.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1976, 8, 4, pp 195-201
Abstract

The 1966 census showed 450, 128 cattle, 88, 820 sheep, 626, 121 goats, 142, 666 pigs, 51 horses and 486 donkeys. There was an outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE (type A virus) in the extreme north, which was an extension of the disease from Tanzania; attempts at control by vaccination with the...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Zomba: Ministry of Natural Resources.,
Citation
Malawi. Ministry of Natural Resources. Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Husbandry for 1966., 1968, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

A review article.-T.E.G.R.

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
East African Agricultural Journal, 1960, 25, pp 147-152
Abstract

During 1965 the cattle population increased by 5% and the lower annual rainfall and increased use of dipping facilities contributed to fewer losses from East Coast fever, piroplasmosis, anaplasmosis and heartwater. In northern and central areas theileriosis (Th. mutans) remained a problem, some...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Zomba: The Department,
Citation
Malawi. Ministry of Natural Resources. Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Husbandry for 1965., 1967, pp 42 + 11 pp.
Abstract

The 1964 census showed 411, 419 cattle, 74, 139 sheep, 480, 295 goats, 133, 221 pigs, 44 horses, and 544 donkeys. The country has been free of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE since 1962. AFRICAN SWINE FEVER occurred in the Central Region, probably killing over 1, 000 pigs. It was undoubtedly an extension of ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Zomba: Ministry of Natural Resources,
Citation
Malawi, Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry for the year ended 1964., 1965, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

The mam activities of the department in 1958 were again in connexion with the control of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. The campaign, involving aphthization, had hardly been completed in February when a new outbreak, caused by SAT III type virus, occurred in Ngamiland, and this resulted in the closure of...

Author(s)
Unsworth, K.
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services for the period 1st Jan., 1958-31st Dec., 1959., 1960, pp 36 + 26 pp.
Abstract

During 1962 there were 1, 357 outbreaks of swine fever, 10, 987 of swine erysipelas, and 21, 361 of porcine virus pneumonia. Nearly 7, 000 pigs died. Oedema disease, which is not notifiable, accounted for many losses. Important cattle diseases included TB., brucellosis, piroplasmosis (B. bigemina), ...

Author(s)
Straub, O. C.
Citation
Tierarztliche Umschau, 1963, 18, pp 344-346

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