Browsing 1908 Report of the Government Veterinary Bacteriologist of the Transvaal 1908 - 1909 by Issue Date

Browsing 1908 Report of the Government Veterinary Bacteriologist of the Transvaal 1908 - 1909 by Issue Date

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  • Walker, James; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    Experiments were done to find the cause of Gauw ziekte. Detailed Post Mortem results are included
  • Meyer, K.F.; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    Specific purulent nephritis had occasionally been found in post-mortems at the institute. Theiler did some research in 1902 and in 1909 the micro-organism causing this disease was isolated. It was then possible for the ...
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    A detailed report of the experiments done on cattle with specific diseases. Part 1: Further inoculation experiments with South African Redwater. Part 2: Marginal points in the literature in Piroplasmosis. Part 3: Association ...
  • Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    The blood of horses and mules after they have been hyperimmunized with virulent horse-sickness blood was examined.
  • Frei, Walter; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    Clinical symptoms of this disease as well as anatomical-pathological lesions were described. A comparison to the Lamziekte disease occuring in the Cape Colony was also made.
  • Frei, Walter; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    A refractometer of Pulfrich with heated prisms was used to obtain the results.
  • Gough, Lewis, H.; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    Mosquitoes were collected in connection with some experiments to trace the carrier of horse-sickness, which was suspected (though not proved) to be an anopheles.
  • Meyer, K.F.; Transvaal Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printing and Stationary Office, 1910)
    Cattle were inoculated prophylactically against lung-sickness, subsequent to an outbreak of this disease in the herd. Some of the inoculated cattle started to show signs of reaction against this inoculation.