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Abstract

Like its predecessors, this 8th edition is primarily intended for use by medical students, but veterinary bacteriology is touched on in a number of places. Some of the information on the veterinary aspects requires revision, for example only two types of tuberculin are mentioned, namely Koch's Old...

Author(s)
Scott-wilson, H. W.; Director Of The Laboratories Of Pathology; Public Health, London.
Publisher
London: Baillière, Tindali & Cox.,
Citation
Aids to bacteriology., 1952, 8th Edit, pp viii + 390 pp.
Abstract

There were 38 subjects for report and discussion, grouped under the following headings: - Veterinary Education, Animal Health, Livestock Improvement, Animal Industry, Animal Nutrition and Dairying. Papers were read by individuals and discussed by the conference. The following are of veterinary...

Publisher
New Delhi: Manager of Publications.,
Citation
Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the Animal Husbandry Wing of the Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry. Held at Madras from the 14th to the 16th December 1936., 1938, pp 284 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

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