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Abstract

P. discussed the importance of certain species of Stomoxys in Uganda, the possibility that these species may be responsible for the mechamical transmission of trypanosomiasis, and the effects of severe biting of Stomoxys on milk yield and body weight in cattle.
A satisfactory method was described...

Author(s)
PARR, H. C. M.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1959, 50, pp 165-169
Abstract

The professional staff was augmented by the second Ugandan to qualify overseas and eight expatriates from Europe. This was offset temporarily by the release of 13 serving officers to attend in Kenya a course leading from diplomate to full degree status. RINDERPEST did not occur outside the endemic...

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
Uganda. Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry for the year ended 31st December, 1963., 1963, pp 55 pp.
Abstract

The acute shortage of staff continued throughout the year.
Tsetse fly continue to advance from the TRYPANOSOMIASIS infected areas. In many places Glossina pallidipes appears to be assuming a more important role as a vector of TRYPANOSOMIASIS. A new department of "Tsetse Control" with its own...

Author(s)
MACKINTOSH, W. L. S.
Publisher
Entebbe: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the year ended 31st December, 1946., 1947, pp 32 pp.
Abstract

In the early days of veterinary work in Uganda it was assumed that most of the varieties of trypanosomes found in cattle were pathogenic and caused a fatal infection.
It was early suspected that T. brucei was not frequently responsible for fatal disease in cattle, and that T. congolense was not...

Author(s)
RICHARDSON, U. F.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1928, 22, 2, pp 137-146 pp.
Abstract

This report of the Chief Veterinary Officer first gives details regarding the constitution and duties of the staff of the Veterinary (0421) B Department during the year 1915-1916. The remainder of the report contains a mass of experience which cannot be extracted with justice and is reprinted as...

Author(s)
STURDY, R. J.
Publisher
Nairobi and Mombasa: Printed at The " Leader. ",
Citation
BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Department of Agriculture, Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ending 31st March 1916., 1916, pp 62-71 pp.
Abstract

This conference, which was attended by medical, veterinary and entomological representatives of Kenya, Tanganyika and Uganda, and also by delegates from Nyasaland and the Belgian Congo, was opened by the Governor of Uganda. He pointed out that the object of the conference was to foster the...

Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Conference on Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis (Animal and Human) Research. Held at Entebbe 22nd to 25th November, 1933. Conference of Governors of British East African Territories., 1934, pp 42 pp.
Abstract

RICHARDSON (Uganda) emphasizes the difficulties of dealing with trypanosomiasis partly owing to lack of knowledge and in part on account of shortage of staff for field work. No accurate figure can be given for the annual losses among cattle, but it is probably not less than 10, 000 head.
Three...

Citation
Farmers' Journal, 1923, 9, 20, pp 28-29
Abstract

RICHARDSON (Uganda) emphasizes the difficulties of dealing with trypanosomiasis partly owing to lack of knowledge and in part on account of shortage of staff for field work. No accurate figure can be given for the annual losses among cattle, but it is probably not less than 10, 000 head.
Three...

Citation
Farmers' Journal, 1923, 5, 21, pp 9
Abstract

RICHARDSON (Uganda) emphasizes the difficulties of dealing with trypanosomiasis partly owing to lack of knowledge and in part on account of shortage of staff for field work. No accurate figure can be given for the annual losses among cattle, but it is probably not less than 10, 000 head.
Three...

Citation
Farmers' Journal, 1923, 5, 19, pp 24-30 pp.
Abstract

Rinderpest. The total number of adult animals and calves inoculated by the virulent blood and serum method in the Buganda Province were 3, 058 and 848, and the deaths in the two classes were 196 and 210 respectively. The large number of deaths was mainly accounted for by the fact that the disease...

Author(s)
HUTCHINS, E.
Publisher
Uganda Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd., Kampala, Uganda
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture for the Year ending March 31, 1915. Veterinary Division., 1915,

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