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In Franklin County, Massachusetts, blood-engorged blackflies were captured by 2 methods: early morning application of a quick knockdown insecticide (resmethrin) into tree canopies, and late afternoon to early evening truck trapping. More engorged flies were captured per man-hour with the tree...

Author(s)
Simmons, K. R.; Edman, J. D.; Bennett, S. R.
Citation
Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 1989, 5, 4, pp 541-546
Abstract

The Veterinary Division of the Ministry of Animal and Forest Resources was being subdivided into three Divisions-the Animal Health Division covers all matters relating to Animal Health, the investigation services, and Staff training. An Animal Husbandry Division has recently been created to deal...

Author(s)
Macgregor, D. E.
Publisher
65 Kaduna: Government Printer,
Citation
Northern Nigeria. Annual report of Animal Health Division, 1963., 1966, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

The laboratory has operated in the Republic of Panama for 38 years, and has a special interest in bio-medical ecology. Investigations are reported into arboviruses, leishmaniasis, trypanosomiasis in man and wild animals; malaria and other parasitic diseases; certain bacterial diseases; entomology;...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office,
Citation
U.S. A. Thirty-eighth annual report of the work and operations of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory, fiscal year 1966., 1967, pp 34 pp.
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
Abstract

II. There were seven outbreaks of ANTHRAX, one involving horses and dogs. TUBERCULOSIS is a major cause of condemnation of pigs at abattoirs. The incidence is closely related to that of bovine TB. There were a large number of no-visible-lesion reactors to the tuberculin test in pigs associated with ...

Author(s)
Belschner, H. G.
Publisher
Sydney: A. H. Pettifer, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Livestock Health and Animal Husbandry Reports No. 28 & 29. Recording the incidence of disease in stock, animal husbandry activities andresearch work accomplished during the years ended 30th June 1952 and 30th June 1953., 1954, pp 38; 54
Abstract

I. The examination of lesions in lymph nodes from pigs for Mycobacterium tuiberculosis and the typing of the strains was continued. Glands were divided into five groups. Group 1, "Mottled Glands", contained no distinct lesions but had fine white striations. Group 2 nodes had a large encapsulated...

Publisher
Adelaide : K. M. Stevenson, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
The Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Council, July 1954-June 1955 and Eighteenth Annual Report ofthe Council, July, 1955-June, 1956., 1956, pp 113; 109 pp.
Abstract

I. The examination of lesions in lymph nodes from pigs for Mycobacterium tuiberculosis and the typing of the strains was continued. Glands were divided into five groups. Group 1, "Mottled Glands", contained no distinct lesions but had fine white striations. Group 2 nodes had a large encapsulated...

Publisher
Adelaide : K. M. Stevenson, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
The Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Council, July 1954-June 1955 and Eighteenth Annual Report ofthe Council, July, 1955-June, 1956., 1956, pp 113; 109 pp.
Abstract

This volume is the first of a series marking an interesting development in veterinary literature.
The editors are assisted by an advisory board with a distinctly international flavour, and the intention is to furnish periodical reviews by competent authorities of progress in active fields of...

Author(s)
Brandly, C. A.; Jungherr, E. L.
Publisher
New York: Academic Press, Inc. London: Academic Books Ltd.,
Citation
Advances in veterinary science. Vol. 1., 1953, pp xi+431 pp.
Abstract

The following are the chief items of interest: -
EDUCATION (pp. 320-321).-There are at present 2, 057 students enrolled, in the 10 American and two Canadian veterinary colleges. Some concern is expressed over the small number of graduates entering practice. It is hoped that next year a report will...

Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1944, 105, pp 320-578
Abstract

The number of dairy cattle increased by 3.1% to 131, 614. In tuberculin tests of 28, 160 cattle there were 0.184% reactors. The incidence of MASTITIS in dairy cattle is said to be 40% to 50%. This situation is being dealt with by the application of hygienic measures including the segregation of...

Author(s)
Hurt, L. M.
Publisher
Los Angeles, Calif.: County Livestock Department.,
Citation
Los Angeles County Livestock Department, California. Twenty-third annual report, fiscal year ending June 30, 1947., 1947, pp 48 pp.

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