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Abstract

Gradual progress is being made on tick-cell culture of Babesia. For 42 years the Babesia sp. causing most tick fever in Australia has been known as B. argentina but this is now known to be indistinguishable from B. bovis and its name has been correspondingly changed. Protection of calves against...

Publisher
Australian Meat Board., Sydney, N.S.W.,
Citation
12th Annual Report, year ended 30 June, 1978., 1978, pp 146 pp.
Abstract

237 veterinary lectures were given to farmers and stock owners in all parts of the country. The Department investigated deaths among cattle in County Clare which were chiefly found to be due to parasitism; 3, 200 cattle were treated with phenothiazine and hexachlorethane with most satisfactory...

Publisher
Dublin: The Stationery Office.,
Citation
Eighteenth Annual Report of the Minister for Agriculture, 1948-49., 1949, pp vi + 183 + [85] pp.

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