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A major problem in cattle breeding is diarrhea of calves. In many breeds arise ill negligible percentage of calves which leads to death, decreasing gain, reduction in growth, deterioration of immunity status, etc. For the emergence of diarrheic syndrome are usually several causes. These are the...

Author(s)
Hauptmanová, K.; Lokajová, E.; Pitropovská, E.; Pechová, A.; Pavlata, L.
Publisher
Profi Press, s.r.o., Praha 2, Czech Republic
Citation
Veterinářství, 2014, 64, 6, pp 470-476
Abstract

Among the serious disease of sheep, which have an impact on the quality of wool belong also dermatophilosis. The disease can be acute or chronic and affects a wide range of species (horse, cattle, sheep, goat, camel, donkey, pig, dog, cat, rabbit), including humans. The severity of the disease does ...

Author(s)
Hauptmanová, K.; Panev, A.; Antošová, L.; Pitropovska, E.
Publisher
Profi Press, s.r.o., Praha 2, Czech Republic
Citation
Veterinářství, 2014, 64, 5, pp 376-380
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Author(s)
Kûžel, M.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1986, 36, 1, pp 13
Abstract

Of 17,413 cattle sera examined by agglutination test at Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, between 1970 and 1975, 13.4% were positive for Leptospira. The infected animals came from 758 of 2,826 farms. The most frequent was L. sejroe (responsible for 85.56% of positive tests). L. grippotyphosa represented...

Author(s)
Halasa, M.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1977, 27, 3, pp 109-111
Abstract

66 bulls on 3 breeding stations in southern Moravia (Czechoslovakia) were tested for Leptospira (11 serotypes). All but one serum sample were negative at titres of 1:400; the positive sample reacted for L. grippotyphosa and L. bratislava.

Author(s)
Kadlec, V.; Vojtech, C.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1976, 26, 6, pp 255
Abstract

Diseases transmissible between animals and man in Czechoslovakia are briefly discussed. These include Toxoplasma gondii and Leptospira infections in farm animals.ADDITIONAL ABSTRACT:Diseases transmissible between animals and man in Czechoslovakia are briefly discussed. These include cysticerciasis...

Author(s)
Kral, J.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1976, 26, 12, pp 541-542
Abstract

A total of 1, 023, 026 cattle, 637, 238 calves, 4, 446, 653 pigs, 119, 450 sheep and goats and 10, 347 horses were submitted to veterinary inspection. Microbiological examinations were carried out in 2.5% of the total; pathogenic, conditionally pathogenic, and toxin-producing organisms were found...

Author(s)
Titera, P.; Koudela, K.; Robes, B.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1965, 15, pp 547-551
Abstract

Between 1955-1963, brucellosis in hares was diagnosed in 26 communities. Incidence appeared to be associated with that in cattle. The strain isolated from hares was named Br. leporis. It was suggested that hares and other possible vectors in the area, such as ticks, should be eradicated....

Author(s)
Volejnicek, V.; Prasek, J.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1964, 14, pp 357-360
Abstract

Of cattle which were slaughtered in emergency or died during 1960 in Czechoslovakia, 26% had diseases of the digestive system, 21% infectious diseases, 13% reproductive diseases, 12% injuries. From the total number of deaths and emergency slaughterings, 20% of cattle were affected with TB., 8.5%...

Author(s)
Famfule, V.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1961, 11, pp 429-432
Abstract

In Mongolia, livestock accounts for nearly 80% of the total agricultural production. Of the cattle diseases brucellosis is the most widespread. It is estimated that about 25% of all cattle are infected. Random tests in a limited number of cattle indicated that at least 18% had TB. Rinderpest was...

Author(s)
Kouba, V.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1964, 14, pp 387-391

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