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Abstract

A short communication in which the author discusses the incidence and control of rinderpest, foot-and-mouth disease, anthrax, malignant oedema, rabies and tuberculosis in relation to the existing legal measures in Germany. He discusses his method for the eradication of bovine tuberculosis.

Author(s)
Von Ostertag, R.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1931, 37, pp 118-114
Abstract

This is a brief account of various important diseases in the German-occupied area of Poland. Rinderpest.-During the years 1920-23 there was a very comprehensive scheme of control, involving slaughter, serum treatment, and the establishment of prohibited areas. The disease has not recurred since.
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Author(s)
Schaaf, J.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, 48, pp 540-543
Abstract

Reference is only made here to more important papers reviewed.
TECHNIQUE.-ZAVRNIK et al. emphasized the need for standardization of methods and for the tabulation of data in blood picture (B.P.) work. KERNKAMP et al. worked out a comparison formula for various methods of estimating Hb in porcine...

Author(s)
Wirth, D.
Publisher
Lpz.,
Citation
Folia Haematologica, 1936, 55, pp 423-436
Abstract

The following notifiable diseases were not observed during the year: -dourine, rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia and sheep pox. Other diseases notifiable in a part or whole of the German Reich are: -anthrax, blackleg, haemorr-hagic septicaemia, strangles, tuberculosis, swine...

Publisher
Berlin: Reimer Hobbing,
Citation
Statistik Deuts. Reichs., 1934, 444, pp 113 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY.-Detailed information is given. The 1934 census gave the following data: -261, 000 horses, 900 mules and asses, 2, 8491000 cattle, 268, 000 sheep, 326, 000 goats, 2, 828, 000 pigs, 8, 679, 000 chickens, 100, 000 ducks and 98, 000 geese. Since 1923 pigs and poultry have increased in ...

Author(s)
Unzeitig, H.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1936, 23, pp 1-18
Abstract

In the past rinderpest has nearly always gained access to the Balkan Peninsula from Asiatic Turkey, where the disease is enzootic. This is known to have taken place in the case of the outbreaks of 1853 and 1863 which caused great losses among cattle in the neighbourhood of Tschataldja. During the...

Author(s)
Angeloff, St.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1917, 43, 6, pp 383-420
Abstract

After a short discussion of the general properties of vaccines, toxins and sera, G. deals with specific protection against various diseases of animals swine erysipelas, anthrax, blackleg, tetanus, swine fever, foot and mouth disease, rinderpest, tuberculosis (BCG), various diseases of young...

Author(s)
Gerlach, F.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1936, 23, pp 662-670
Abstract

At the request of the Turkish Government Gerlach spent three months in Turkey during the summer of 1932 in order to report on the reorganization of the measures for combating contagious diseases of animals. He made a thorough study of agricultural conditions and a survey of each disease. His report ...

Author(s)
Gerlach, F.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1933, 20, pp 193-209; 241-257

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