Browsing 1985 Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, Volume 52, 1985 by Issue Date

Browsing 1985 Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, Volume 52, 1985 by Issue Date

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  • Verwoerd, Daniel Wynand; Bigalke, R.D. (Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1985)
    A brief description is given of the discovery of retroviral and cellular oncogenes and of their putative role in oncogenesis. Attempts to apply the biotechnological techniques that were so successful in the study of other ...
  • Neitz, A.W.H. (Albert Walter Herman); Gothe, R.; Bigalke, R.D. (Published by the Government Printer, Pretoria., 1985)
    By leaving open in tum the genital orifice, coxal apertures and anus , the present study has shown that engorged female Argas walkerae release at least 1 volatile pheromone mainly, or maybe exclusively, from the genital ...
  • Thomson, G.R. (Gavin); Bigalke, R.D. (Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1985)
    The known distribution of African swine fever (ASF) virus in Africa is reviewed in relation to the distributions of its free-living hosts as are the infection rates of these species in different localities in southern ...
  • Verschoor, J.A. (Jan Adrianus), 1953-; Patterton, H.G.; Potgieter, D.J.J.; Bigalke, R.D. (Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1985)
    Pachystigma pygmaeum is one of several species of rubiaceous plants which cause delayed heart failure among ruminants after their ingestion at relatively high doses. Using guinea-pigs for toxicity determinations, we were ...
  • Prozesky, Leon; Verschoor, J.A. (Jan Adrianus), 1953-; Neitz, A.W.H. (Albert Walter Herman); Viljoen, Gerrit Johannes; Vermeulen, N.M.J.; Oberem, P.T.; Bezuidenhout, J. Dürr; Putterill, John Fraser; Visser, L.; Bigalke, R.D. (Published by The Government Printer, Pretoria, 1985)
    The isolation of Cowdria ruminantium by means of wheat germ lectin affinity chromatography as described in this paper permits the recovery of partially purified viable organisms under mild conditions in short time. These ...