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The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part I., 1940, pp 1-28 pp.
Abstract

The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part II., 1940, pp 29-54 pp.
Abstract

The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part III., 1940, pp 55-79 pp.
Abstract

The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part IV., 1940, pp 80-102 pp.
Abstract

The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part V., 1940, pp 104-147 pp.
Abstract

The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part VI., 1940, pp 148-192 pp.
Abstract

The author declares that he has "endeavoured to record in a compact form the more important and interesting phases of the history of veterinary medicine in North America". What he has done is with great industry to gather together materials for a history of veterinary science in America. He has...

Author(s)
Bierer, B. W.
Publisher
Baltimore, Md.: The Author,
Citation
American Veterinary History. Part VII., 1940, pp 193-222 pp.
Abstract

ARIZONA, 1941-42.-Bunyea's stained antigen was found equal to the slow tube method for the diagnosis of turkey PARATYPHOID. Attempts to find the cause of INFECTIOUS KERATITIS of cattle failed. A single treatment of range cattle with derris in soapy water was ineffective in control of WARBLE FLIES....

Citation
Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A., 1941,
Abstract

The author first discusses the ways in which insects cause loss to the above industries. A survey of the literature indicates that there are about 150 different disease-producing organisms which invade the warm-blooded animals including man, in the transmission of which insects are more or less...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 414-422

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