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In the north of the Ivory Coast, the mortality rate among calves aged from one day to one year was found to average 11.9%. It was highest at the beginning of the dry season (from November to January) and calves up to 3 months old were the age group principally affected. From January 1976 to June...

Author(s)
Mishra, G. S.; Camus, E.; Belot, J.; N'Depo, A. E.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1979, 32, 4, pp 353-359
Abstract

There are two babesia of cattle: B. bigemina, and B. argentina (previously called B. bovis or Babesiella berbera). They are pathogenic, but clinical cases are rare in zebu cattle provided that their ticks are not removed. Young calves, even those of imported breeds, are also resistant. Most adult ...

Author(s)
Uilenberg, G.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1964, 17, pp 337-359
Abstract

G. gives a general account of the most important diseases caused by protozoa in Morocco, together with the appropriate treatment.
Three types of theileriasis (Theileria dispar) are recognized; a first attack (in imported stock), a relapse, and a recurrence. The latter occurs in acclimatized stock...

Author(s)
GRIMPRET, J.
Citation
Cahiers de Medecine Veterinaire, 1948, 17, pp 65-77
Abstract

On the occurrence of outbreaks of bovine piroplasmosis due to Babesia bigemina in the valley of the Danube, the authors took the opportunity of treating 21 of the affected cattle with trypan blue and 84 with " trypaflavine " in order to compare the efficiency of the two drugs under similar...

Author(s)
CERNAIANU, C.; RADEF, I.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1935, 28, pp 868-875
Abstract

This article records the results of large-scale immunization of cattle against piroplasmosis and anaplasmosis in Algeria and Morocco. The immunization is carried out in two stages, the first being against the babesia infections and anaplasmosis, and the second against Th. dispar. For immunization...

Author(s)
SERGENT, ED.; DONATIEN, A.; PARROT, L.; LESTOQUARD, F.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1933, 51, pp 284-289
Abstract

I. The common cause of babesiasis in France is Babesia bovis, though another type, " Babesiella " major, has been described. The former occurs in all parts of France and is transmitted by Ixodes ricinus. Symptoms and P.M. appearances are described. Trypanblue is without effect in treatment, but...

Author(s)
BOULAY, P.
Publisher
Alfort.,
Citation
Thesis, 1937, pp 90 pp.
Abstract

This report covers French West Africa as a whole, which includes the colonies of French Sudan, Niger, Senegal, French Guinea, Mauritania, Dahomey and the Ivory Coast.
The European veterinary staffs total 88, the European stock inspectors 30 and the native veterinary assistants, trained at Bamako,...

Author(s)
CURASSON, G.
Citation
Rapport d'ensemble sur le fonctionnement des Services de l'Elevage en Afrique Occidentale Francaise pendant l'annee 1933., 1934, pp 41 pp.
Abstract

It is explained that in the Oran district of Algeria considerable herds of cattle of European breed have been established, and that these animals are susceptible to the tick-borne protozoa. True piroplasmosis is rare, but diseases due to the small babesia, anaplasma and theileria occur in some...

Author(s)
LAIZET, G.
Publisher
Ecole Nationale Veterinaire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1943, 94, pp 153-163
Abstract

The most important occurrence of the year was the outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE; it was apparently imported from Algeria, in spite of the regulations framed to prevent crossing of the border; the regulations, in fact, merely delayed it there. The disease spread with great rapidity and caused...

Author(s)
TUNISIA.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1938, 17, pp 25-29
Abstract

In recording their experience of the control of bovine piroplasmosis in Tunis, the authors stress that, although satisfactory methods of treatment are available for the babesia infections, the disease is often recognized too late to apply them, whilst in the case of theileria infection "gonacrine"...

Author(s)
CORDIER, G.; MENAGER, J.
Publisher
Tunis.,
Citation
Publ Serv. Elkvage, Tunis., 1935, pp 81 pp.

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