Browsing 1911 First Report of the Director of Veterinary Research, August 1911 by Issue Date

Browsing 1911 First Report of the Director of Veterinary Research, August 1911 by Issue Date

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  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
    Summary of conclusions:(1) The injection of spleen or gland pulp (of coarse or fine grain) into the jugular vein can be carried out with but little risk provided microscopical examination proves that such material is not ...
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
    In the experiments it has been proved: (1) That brown tick imagines which as larvae had become infected with East Coast fever and which had transmitted the disease in their nymphal stage were no longer infective for ...
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
    Experiments were done to see if the disease Amabeke of Uganda is the same as East Coast fever of South Africa.
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
  • Theobald, Fred V.; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
    This study was to find out which mosquitoes would feed on horses and accordingly which mosquitoes can be connected to horse-sickness. This report is a complete list of the adult Culicidae so far recorded in the Transvaal
  • Gonder, Richard; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
    This report deals with the forms of Theileria parva found in the blood corpuscles and their further development within the transmitting agent.
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1911)
    (1) The transmission of Anaplasma marginale is only possible with blood containing red corpuscles. Filtrated blood failed to produce the disease when inoculated, the injected animals not showing any lesions at all and ...