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Abstract

The Division of Virus Diseases continued its work on rinderpest. Challenge and measurement of neutralizing antibody levels in Boran and grade cattle immunized with rinderpest tissue culture vaccine indicated that immunity was lifelong. Sheep and goats from the vicinity of the 1965/66 outbreak in ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Muguga: The Organization,
Citation
East African Community. East African Veterinary Research Organization, Muguga, P.O. Kabete, Kenya. Annual report, January-December 1968., 1969, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

Tick-borne diseases are the greatest cause of loss in African cattle. Some 62 species representing eight genera of the family Ixodidae have been recorded in Tanganyika, though only about 18 are common on cattle. The seasonal incidence of Rhipicephalus appendiculatus and Amblyomma variegatum was...

Author(s)
Yeoman, G. H.
Citation
Outlook on Agriculture, 1964, 4, pp 126-135
Abstract

In the south-east Lake Victoria region of Tanzania, ticks were collected from adult cattle at eight stations of differing East Coast fever status every three months (at one station, monthly) for 2-4 years, and from calves, sheep and goats at four stations for one year. Observations on other...

Author(s)
Yeoman, G. H.
Publisher
Comm. for Technical Cooperation in Africa South of the Sahara, Publ. Bureau, London, UK
Citation
Bulletin of epizootic diseases of Africa, 1966, 14, pp 113-140
Abstract

Widespread outbreaks of E.C.F. in epidemic form in the Sukumaland area of the south-eastern Lake Victoria region of Tanzania are described, and an account is given of a field survey designed to delineate the affected areas. The relationship between infestation rates of cattle with the tick ...

Author(s)
Yeoman, G. H.
Publisher
Comm. for Technical Cooperation in Africa South of the Sahara, Publ. Bureau, London, UK
Citation
Bulletin of epizootic diseases of Africa, 1966, 14, pp 5-27
Abstract

The work of the Division of virus diseases was again concentrated on RINDERPEST and interesting and important results were achieved. Pigs of European origin were fully susceptible to rinderpest by inoculation or by feeding on infected meat and the disease spread readily from such pigs to...

Publisher
London: Colonial Office.,
Citation
Committee for Colonial Agricultural, Animal Health and Forestry Research 1959-1960. Fifteenth Annual Report., 1960, pp 23-160 pp.
Abstract

For European stock the year was more favourable than 1943, because of heavier short rains: the effect of these was shown in the second six months by a rise in the creamery butter production, which was 3, 000, 000 Ib. out of a total of 4, 732, 000 Ib. for the year. The Naivasha Creamery produced...

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Publisher
Nairobi : Govt. Printers.,
Citation
Annual report of the Veterinary Department, 1945., 1946, pp 23 pp.
Abstract

The usual statistical results of diagnostic and biological product work are given.
RESEARCH.-Investigation was made into the problem whether animals immunized against RINDERPEST by the vaccine plus virus method acquire an increased immunity following the virus injection to which they fail to react. ...

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Publisher
Kenya,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1936, 2, pp 130-162
Abstract

The number of fresh outbreaks during the year was eight and the mortality 798 head, as compared with five and 374, respectively, during the previous year. Eleven farms regarded as infected at the beginning of the year were released from quarantine, no case of the disease having occurred on any of...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.; Bevan, L. E. W.
Publisher
Govt. Ptr. East Coast Fever (African Coast Fever), Salisbury, Rhodesia
Citation
SOUTHERN RHODESIA. Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon [SINCLAIR (J. M.)] for the year 1919 (with the report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist) [BEVAN (LI.E.W.)]., 1920, pp 17 pp.
Abstract

East Coast Fever (African Coast Fever). -Fourteen new centres of infection are reported. In reality, however, there were only three fresh outbreaks due to unknown or unsuspected origin, viz., (1) at Quagga's Hoek, in the Melsetter district; (2) the Matopo Hills west of the Malundi River and...

Author(s)
Bevan, Li. E. W. ; Sinclair, J. M.
Publisher
Salisbury, Rhodesia : Government Printer.,
Citation
SOUTHERN RHODESIA. Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon for the Year 1920, with the Report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist., 1921, pp 18 pp.
Abstract

In this report Beal submits an account of the present-day conditions of rearing live stock in the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast, and suggests measures by means of which the future of this industry might be improved and greatly increased. As compared with other great stock-raising countries ...

Author(s)
Beal, W. P. B.
Citation
GOLD COAST. Report on Live Stock Industries of the Northern Territories., 1920, pp 97 pp.

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