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Novel arboviruses, including new serotypes of bluetongue virus, are isolated intermittently from cattle and insects in northern Australia. These viruses are thought to be introduced via windborne dispersal of Culicoides from neighbouring land masses to the north. We used the HYSPLIT particle...

Author(s)
Eagles, D.; Walker, P. J.; Zalucki, M. P.; Durr, P. A.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2013, 110, 3/4, pp 312-322
Abstract

The spatial pattern of organisms is determined by many factors (such as reproduction, death and migration). Typical spatial patterns of populations have previously been classified as random, aggregated and even (or regular). A model which calculates the spatial pattern indices based on the...

Author(s)
Shiyomi, M.; Yamamura, K.
Citation
Researches on Population Ecology, 1992, 34, 2, pp 321-330
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

The first part of this book deals with general considerations of protozoology-history, parasitism and adaptation to parasitic existence, specificity, methods of multiplication and migration to new hosts, host reactions, parasites of protozoa and the methods of study and of culture of the various...

Author(s)
Neveu-lemaire, M.
Publisher
Paris : Vigot Frères.,
Citation
Traite de protozoologie medicale et veterinaire., 1943, pp xix + 844
Abstract

Organisms are grouped in species or lower taxonomic categories according to the degree to which they exhibit structural differences. There are also differences in biological characters in forms which appear morphologically identical, and the systematist who is ignorant of these biological...

Author(s)
Hoare, C. A.
Citation
Biological Reviews, 1943, 18, pp 137-144
Abstract

The author gives a description of bats of the genera Diphylla, Desmodus, and Diaemus. The bats live in hollow trees or holes in stones. They are nocturnal but, if disturbed, fly out in the day-time. Generally there is only one male bat in a colony. If the cattle are moved from the neighbourhood,...

Author(s)
Torres, S.
Citation
Revista do Departamento Nacional da Produccao Animal, 1934, 1, 5-6, pp 25-39
Abstract

The matter given here is a bare outline of the work done. When papers by the staffs of these stations are published, abstracts are prepared from them and included in the Veterinary Bulletin as a matter of routine. Details of the titles of these reports will be found in Index Veterinarius.
ARIZONA,...

Citation
EXTRACTS FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS U.S.A., 1938,
Abstract

ANTI-RINDERPEST SERUM AND VACCINE PRODUCTION.-All field demands were met, the actual issues from the laboratory representing 98, 875 doses (40 c.c.) of serum and 28, 895 doses (10 c.c.) of vaccine. Minor laboratory products were prepared and issued as required by the field staff.
MORBID...

Author(s)
Evans, S. A.
Publisher
Tanganyika,
Citation
Report. Dept. Vet. Sci., 1935, pp 20-26 pp.
Abstract

A forty page critical survey of the literature of the subject by CAMPBELL of the National Institute for Medical Research, London. The general interest of the subject, and the fact that much of the information is not readily available in the veterinary literature, perhaps justifies a somewhat...

Author(s)
Campbell, Argyll J.
Citation
Physiological Reviews, 1931, 11, pp 1-40
Abstract

The author has been led to restudy T. americanum as a considerable amount of work has been done on trypanosomes and allied genera since the publication of CRAWLEY'S article in 1912. During October, November and December, 1921, the author examined a number of cows and heifers by the cultural method, ...

Author(s)
Glaser, R. W.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1922, 8, 3, pp 136-144 pp.

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