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Abstract

After a report on progress made as a result of the 1936 Wing Meeting, papers upon 19 different subjects were read and discussed. Of these, the following are of veterinary interest.
ACHAR gave a review of JOHNE'S DISEASE in India and suggested that a systematic study of its incidence and spread...

Publisher
Simla: Govt. India Press.,
Citation
Imperial Council of Agricultural Research. Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the Animal Husbandry Wing of the Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in India, Held at New Delhi from the 20th to the 23rd February 1939., 1940, pp ii + 307 pp.
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES AND THEIR CONTROL.-The total reported mortality from contagious diseases among cattle in the British provinces of India is as follows: -286, 592 during 1933-34 and 199, 458 during 1934-35. RINDERPEST accounting for 63 % and 62 % of these figures respectively. The percentage of...

Publisher
Delhi: Manager of Publications.,
Citation
Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in India 1933-1934 and 1934-1935. Part II. Animal Husbandry., 1936, pp 67 pp.
Abstract

In this publication a summary is given of the work done by the various provincial Civil Veterinary Departments in India and the Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory at Muktesar.
The following subjects are dealt with: (1) Administrative changes and incidence of cattle disease; (2) preventive...

Publisher
Superintendent Govt. Ptg., Calcutta, India
Citation
Progress in Veterinary Work, 1920, pp 119-143 + 169-170
Abstract

1. Prevention and Treatment of Disease.
Details of the work done by the Civil Veterinary Departments during the year under review are given in tabular form. The large increase in the number of cases treated in hospitals and dispensaries, and by officers on tour, clearly indicates that steady...

Author(s)
Anon
Publisher
Supt. Govt. Ptg., Calcutta, India
Citation
Review of Agricultural Operations in India, 1919-20., 1921, pp 82-99
Abstract

At the above Meeting, held under the presidency of Mr. K. MACKENNA, M.A., C.I.B., I.C.S., Agricultural Adviser to the Government of India, a number of subjects were discussed bearing on the work of the Indian Civil Veterinary Department, and, as a result of the discussions on the various subjects...

Publisher
Superintendent Government Printing, Calcutta, India
Citation
Proceedings of the First Meeting of Veterinary Officers in India held at Lahore on the 24th March 1919 and following days., 1919, pp 45 pp.
Abstract

This is the first Annual Report furnished by Sheather since he took up the duties of Imperial Bacteriologist in October 1916 in succession to the late Colonel HOLMES. The duties of Imperial Bacteriologist up to the time of Sheather's arrival were temporarily carried out by the Assistant...

Author(s)
Sheather, A. L.
Publisher
Supt. Govt. Printing, Calcutta, India
Citation
Annual Report of the Imperial Bacteriologist for the Year ending the 31st March, 1917., 1918, pp 25 pp.
Abstract

The author's object is to show that the doubts cast on the theory of the mechanical transmission of surra, in view of KLEINE's experiments with the T. brucei and the G. palpalis, are not justified. In support of his view that the T. evansi is commonly transmitted mechanically the author gives...

Author(s)
Léese, A. S.
Citation
Journal of Tropical Veterinary Science, 1912, 7, 1, pp 19-32 pp.

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