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This section is comprised of abstracts of papers (n=11) and posters (n=9) presented at the Back to Basics Congress of the South African Association of Veterinary Technologists (SAAVT). Focus is given on different aspects (diagnosis, detection, prevalence, control, prevention, taxonomy and genetics) ...

Publisher
South African Veterinary Association, Pretoria, South Africa
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 2010, 81, 2, pp 129-134
Abstract

A number of DNA marker applications aid genetic selection within subpopulations of New Zealand's livestock farming industries. Advances in genomic tools have opened the possibility of genotyping individuals for a large set of markers, enough to have a large proportion of the genome 'tagged' with at ...

Author(s)
Dodds, K. G.; Amer, P. R.; Spelman, R. J.; Archer, J. A.; Auvray, B.
Publisher
New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Hamilton, New Zealand
Citation
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, 2007, 67, pp 162-168
Abstract

The basic concepts which affect the relationship between biting flies and their livestock hosts are discussed, particularly with regard to models based on injury thresholds and economic injury levels based on ecological parameters and population dynamics. Specific details of host-parasite...

Author(s)
Haufe, W. O.
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 1987, 17, 2, pp 607-614
Abstract

VI. Domestic animals other than cattle or swine that may become infected with Brucella organisms include goats, horses, sheep, dogs, and fowl. The literature contains reports of natural infection in wild animals; such as moose, deer, elk, and bison, all of which in certain regions may serve as...

Author(s)
Boyd, W. L.
Publisher
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, USA
Citation
Brucellosis: A Symposium., 1950, pp 198-203

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