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An important article dealing adequately with the literature and giving the results of observations and experiments on the structure of the lung in the horse and ox with special reference to its elasticity.
Chronic vesicular emphysema in the horse commences as a catarrhal bronchitis and...

Author(s)
AMMANN, K.
Citation
Arch. miss, prokt. Tierheilk., 1939, 74, pp 848-401
Abstract

Extracts of 19 cultures of freshly recovered Streptococcus agalactiae were prepared by one of three methods: - (1) shaking, (2) saline extraction and (3) antiformin. When these extracts were tested for precipitation with two normal sera from cattle, three from horses and seven from known infected...

Author(s)
HOSSENFELDER, F.
Publisher
Munich,
Citation
Thesis, 1937, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

This article begins with an account of the diseases encountered in the Ukraine by S. as Director of the Veterinary Research Institute in. Kiev during the German occupation. The extent to which artificial insemination is carried out in the U.S.S.R. is discussed in detail, with several tables...

Author(s)
STOSS, A. O.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 341-346
Abstract

I. K. reviews the evidence as to the pathogenicity of Trick, foetus, and points out that pure trichomonad abortion has been recorded in women, and that similar organisms have been demonstrated in barren mares and sows. It has been accepted that transmission in cattle occurs at service, but virgin...

Author(s)
KÜST.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1936, 44, pp 821-825
Abstract

Neither Cuboni's test as previously used nor the same test when the result is observed under ultra-violet radiation from a mercury quartz lamp gave useful results with cow's urine. With the latter test positive results were obtained from the seventh month while with the ordinary Cuboni test...

Author(s)
MÖNNIG, W.
Publisher
Hanover,
Citation
Thesis, 1941,
Abstract

NEUMANN-KLEINPAUL in 1928 [Arch. wiss. prakt. Tierhlk. 58. 517.] suggested the use of the lachrymal duct via the nasal orifice for applying tuberculin [ophthalmic test] in horses and obtained a favourable result.
The author tested this method of application in cattle and, although it is efficient,...

Author(s)
LOCKAU, U.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1932, 65, pp 195-197
Abstract

Salmonella enteritidis (formerly Bad. enteritidis Gärtner) actually consists of several varieties which may be distinguished by different methods, the most definite criteria being serological methods. The authors have examined 97 strains by biochemical, cultural and serological methods and have...

Author(s)
HOHN, J.; HERMANN, W.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1935, 133, pp 183-196
Abstract

The various causes which interfere with breeding are discussed in general terms. They are classified as exogenous and endogenous. Amongst exogenous causes are those of diet (including minerals and vitamins), poisons and certain infective conditions. Endogenous causes include anatomical and...

Author(s)
KOCH, W.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1936, 10, pp 241-255
Abstract

By the method of Chrometzka and Erlemann, the diastase content of normal horse plasma was 66-99 (average 80) mg. % and that of normal bovine plasma 50-91 (average 63) mg. %.

Author(s)
REGÖS, J.
Publisher
Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Ueber den Diastasegehalt des Pferde- und Rinderblutplasmas., 1940,
Abstract

S. reviews the discovery and occurrence of vitamin E. α-Tocopherol is the most widely distributed in nature of the substances with vitamin E properties.
The physical and chemical properties are discussed, including the relationship with the sex hormones and with the vitamins A and B1.
The...

Author(s)
SCHERER, J.
Publisher
Zurich.,
Citation
Thesis, 1946, pp 100 pp.

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