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HAMMOND stated that the elements of the reproductive cycle through which fertility can be controlled are mainly confined to three: -(1) the number of ova which are produced and ripened, (2) the number of ova which become fertilized, and (3) the number of fertilized ova which develop normally to...

Hammond, J.; Folley, S. J.; Day, F. T.; Gould, G. N.
Veterinary Record, 1944, 56, pp 41-46

In the first half of this book the author reviews concisely the physiology of the endocrine glands. In the first 12 pages, the hormones of the thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas and adrenal glands are considered, in the next 28 pages those of the hypophysis and gonads. The first section of the book...

Koch, W.
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke.,
Casopis Ceskoslovenskych Veterinaru, 1949, pp viii + 86 pp.

The report is divided into two sections dealing with (1) laboratory work at Onderstepoort, and (2) field work. During the year a very heavy call was made on the field staff in connexion with the outbreaks of foot and mouth disease, first in the Barberton district and later in Northern Natal. These...

Du Toit, P. J.
Farming in South Africa, 1938, 13, pp 496-497; 505-518

The decision to hold an International Conference for the study of epizootic diseases, to sit in Paris, was made on thé initiative of the French Minister of Agriculture (M. RICARD) in October 1920. Forty-three States responded to the invitation, including Germany, United States of America,...

Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 13, pp 387-395 pp.

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