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These proceedings presents abstracts of papers from the XLI Meeting of the Mexican Association of Animal Production and Food Security, AC and VII National Meeting on Agriculture and Pasture Systems, held in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico last 02 to 04 Jul 2014. Topics of papers focused on agro and...

Author(s)
Martínez-Loperena, R.; Ayala-Burgos, A.; Solorio-Sánchez, J.; Castelán-Ortega, O.
Publisher
Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan, Yucatan, Mexico
Citation
Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 2014, 17, 2, pp 325-435
Abstract

T. vivax measurements were obtained from the literature. In addition, original measurements were obtained from specimens from cattle, sheep and goats from Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Panama, Martinique, Mauritius, Venezuela, Suriname, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Nigeria. Numbers of...

Author(s)
Dávila, A. M. R.; Ramirez, L.; Silva, R. A. M. S.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1998, 51, 1, pp 29-35
Abstract

New cases of infestation by Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel) since July 1971 are reported from Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles, from which this species was thought to have been eradicated in 1954 by means of the sterile-male technique [see RAE/B 44, p. 104]. Although the 2 cases in 1971 (on a ...

Author(s)
Snow, W. J.; Coppedge, J. R.; Baumhover, A. H.; Gorsira, R.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1978, 14, 5, pp 592-593
Abstract

In 1945, 500 head of cattle were imported from the U.S.A. and placed on the savannahs at 2, 600 m. altitude. After two or three months they began to cough and had oedema of the chest, ascites and general weakness, but no rise of temperature. Many died. The author attributed these symptoms to...

Author(s)
VELASQUEZ, Q. J.
Publisher
Universidad de La Salle, Bogota, Colombia
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, 1947, 16, pp 53-70
Abstract

Owing to new constructional work on lock gates for the Canal, the veterinary station at Miradores had to be moved. It was transferred to Corozal, three miles from Panama City, and it -will henceforth be known as Corozal Farm Veterinary Station of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory.
Work was done on ...

Publisher
Washington, D.C.: Govt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory, 1940., 1941, pp 19 pp.
Abstract

The danger of establishing disease in an area which may appear to be unsuitable for it is well illustrated in this publication, which covers the history and distribution of T. viva" in America and investigations carried out in Venezuela, comparing the American strain with the African one in respect ...

Author(s)
KUBES, V.
Publisher
Caracas : Editorial Grafolit.,
Citation
El " Trypanosoma vivax " Americano agente de la tripanosomiasis bovina en Venezuela. Su comparación con el del Africa., 1944, pp 126 pp.
Abstract

The disease first attracted attention in Colombia in 1945, when 500 valuable cows [breed not stated] were imported from the U.S.A. Some were taken to the savannahs of Bogotá and developed cough, pleural oedema and ascites, but no rise of temperature. P.M. examination revealed enlarged heart,...

Author(s)
VELÁSQUEZ, Q.; J.
Citation
Revista Grancolombiana de Zootecnia, Higiene y Medicina Veterinaria, 1948, 2, pp 285-313
Abstract

Towards the middle of the construction period of the Panama Canal the Hospital at Ancon organized a dairy and stocked it with animals from the United States, chiefly from the Gulf coast region. A number of pigs and a considerable number of chickens were also imported and subsequently the enterprise ...

Author(s)
CLARK, H. C.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1918, 22, 2, pp 159-168

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