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This large, 2-volume publication on the infectious diseases of livestock is the result of a collaboration between 106 international specialists and is claimed to represent an exhaustive survey of francophone literature published on the subject over the last 50 years. Most mammalian livestock...

Author(s)
Lefèvre, P. C.; Blancou, J.; Chermette, R.
Publisher
Editions Tec & Doc, Paris, France
Citation
Principales maladies infectieuses et parasitaires du bétail: Europe et régions chaudes, 2003, pp xxxv + 764 pp.; xxvi + 769-1762 pp.
Abstract

From December 1956 to mid-1960, S. worked with the Technical Assistance Mission operating in the Amazon Valley. His terms of reference were to assist in the establishment of a veterinary laboratory, and to train local personnel in diagnostic methods and the production of vaccines. There is a...

Author(s)
Sutmöller, P.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.,
Citation
Report to the Government of Brazil on Veterinary Services in the Amazon Valley., 1960, pp 58 pp.
Abstract

Ticks are the most important arthropod vectors of disease to domestic animals in Gt. Britain, and this welcome volume covers work by several pioneers in the field. The first paper, by W. S. Gordon, A. Brownlee, D. R. Wilson and J. MacLeod, discusses the epidemiology of louping-ill and tick-borne...

Author(s)
Arthur, D. R.
Citation
Aspects of disease transmission by ticks., 1962, pp ix+258 pp.
Abstract

In this volume, the second in the series, the arrangement of the material is on the same lines as in the first volume and each article has a good list of references. Seven of the authors are from the U.S.A., two from New Zealand, one from Great Britain and one from South Africa.
Of great interest...

Author(s)
Brandly, C. A.; Jungherr, E. L.
Publisher
New York: Academic Press, Inc.; London: Academic Books, Ltd.,
Citation
Advances in veterinary science. Vol. II., 1955, pp xii+449 pp.
Abstract

Byrne discussed BOTULISM which caused widespread losses in sheep in the Young district early in 1952 following ingestion of rabbit carcasses during a drought. Mortality ranged from 1.5 to 32%. The P.M. findings were not diagnostic and often suggested enterotoxaemia. Laboratory tests failed to...

Publisher
Sydney: The Institute.,
Citation
The stock inspector. Institute of Inspectors of Stock of New South Wales, Year Book, 1952., 1952, pp 96 pp.

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