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*  DMOZ - Health: Animal: Mammals: Cattle: Conditions and Diseases
Lumpy Skin Disease Information on this disease of cattle, its transmission and spread, its clinical signs, diagnosis and what ... Foot Rot in Beef Cattle Virginia Cooperative Extension factsheet on this common disease of cattle that can cause severe ... Information on this disease of cattle and buffalo, its transmission, clinical signs, diagnosis and what is being done to ... Information on this disease, how cattle become infected, the life cycle of the parasite, transmission to humans, clinical signs ...
*  East Coast fever
"Cattle disease vaccine launched 30 years after invention". 2010-05-07. SciDev.net (7 May 2010). East Coast Fever reviewed and ... It does not include tropical theileriosis (or Mediterranean theileriosis), a cattle disease caused by T. annulata, nor human ... It excludes diseases caused by other Theileria East Coast fever or theileriosis is an animal disease in Africa caused by the ... The intermediate hosts for T. parva are cattle. The definitive hosts are the ticks. Native cattle are often resistant to the ...
*  Southern African Development Community
Cattle diseases and organised-crime gangs know no boundaries. War in one country can suck in its neighbours and damage their ...
*  Theobald Smith
Smith turned his attention to Texas fever, a debilitating cattle disease; this work is detailed in a chapter in Microbe Hunters ... Established by Congress to combat a wide range of animal diseases-from infectious disease of swine to bovine pneumonia, Texas ... associated with the disease of the fetal membranes in cattle". J Exp Med. 30 (4): 299-311. doi:10.1084/jem.30.4.299. "Smith, ... Theobald Smith, Head of The New Department Of Animal Diseases At The Rockefeller Institute". The World's Work: A History of Our ...
*  Pat Nuttall
Her early research was on the cattle disease, bovine viral diarrhoea. Nuttall found that the bovine viral diarrhoea virus was ... Ticks: Biology, Disease and Control (Cambridge University Press; 2008) Labuda M, Trimnell AR, Licková M, Kazimírová M, Davies ... Some components of tick saliva have potential as drugs to treat a range of conditions unrelated to tick disease. Nuttall ... She then worked with ornithologist Chris Perrins trying to identify the virus responsible for puffinosis, a disease that ...
*  Theileria
"Cattle disease vaccine launched 30 years after invention". 2010-05-07. SciDev.net (7 May 2010). *Theileria reviewed and ... Englund, L. P. (2003). "New diseases and increased risk of diseases in companion animals and horses due to transport". Acta ... In May 2010, it was reported that a vaccine to protect cattle against East Coast fever had been approved and registered by the ... Theileria can be transmitted to cattle through tick bites, including the brown ear tick Rhipicephalus spp. The cause of bovine ...
*  Bwabwata National Park
These prevent the spread of cattle diseases, such as Foot-and-mouth disease. Bwabwata is located in the Tree and Shrub Savannah ...
*  Tropical theileriosis
Body temperature is regularly higher than in any other cattle disease. Fever from 41 to 42°C is common in acute stages. Later ... The disease in the Merck Veterinary Manual Lucien Mahin's web-page on his clinical experience with Theileria annulata disease. ... and rendering the walls of cattle pens smooth with mortar to stop ticks molting there. Selection of cattle for good ability to ... The disease was once considered as "benign" in the literature, in comparison to East Coast fever. With the introduction of ...
*  Max Townley
"Fighting Cattle Disease", The Times, 10 February 1922, p. 6. "Mr. Baldwin And The Farmers" (letter), The Times, 3 March 1930, p ...
*  Nagarhole National Park
Cattle disease Disease outbreaks among the cattle have been recorded. An outbreak of rabies that resulted in four cattle deaths ... and affecting 25-30 cattle was reported in the first week of September 2005 at G M Halli on the border of Antharasanthe Forest ...
*  Poleramma
But then again, Mother also oversees cattle disease, drought, and general health welfare. To appease the goddess animal ... She protects borders of villages from disease, drought and evils. Typically a small temple is built in outskirts of temple. The ...
*  Thomas Green Clemson
... he did a study of cattle disease. The study showed that cattle coming from the North to the South contracted the disease, ... whereas cattle going from the South to the North transmitted the disease. This added to the knowledge of Texas Fever, which was ... the disease observed by Clemson. His findings and distinction as a scientist got him an invitation to speak at the Smithsonian ...
*  Ethnoveterinary medicine
... , a practical approach to the treatment of cattle diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. Agromisa Foundation ... Ethnoveterinary medicines for cattle (Bos indicus) in Bulamogi county, Uganda: plant species and mode of use. Journal of ... Vetaid is collaborating with the Animal Disease Research Institute of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania while the Christian Veterinary ... India and has produced a field manual on camel diseases. Recent research on EVM in the developed world has come from Italy ( ...
*  1895 in science
David Bruce discovers the Trypanosoma parasite carried by the tsetse fly which causes the fatal cattle disease nagana. March 26 ... Bruce, D. (1895). Preliminary Report on Tsetse Fly Disease or Nagana in Zululand. Durban: Bennet & Davis. Duggan, A. J. (1977 ...
*  Wild yak
This may include the transmission of cattle diseases, although no direct evidence of this has yet been found. Conflicts with ... The tail is long and horselike rather than tufted like the tails of cattle or bison. The coat is typically black or dark brown ...
*  Bessarabia Germans
Unusual climate and diseases extinguished whole families. Cattle disease, floods, epidemic diseases such as plague and cholera ...
*  History of Uri
In 1742-43 and again 1770-71, crop failures combined with cattle diseases led to starvation and mass emigration. The ... While he is considered a folk hero in Switzerland, his army stripped the villages of Uri bare of food and cattle. The damage ... The limited arable land in mountain valleys, disease and crop failures all reduced population growth. The plague broke out in ...
*  Banteng
... and infections with cattle diseases. The most important stronghold for the species is Java with the biggest populations in ... Friend, J.B. (1978). Cattle of the World, Blandford Press, Dorset. Endangered cattle (Banteng) find pastures new, 5 August 2005 ... The banteng is similar in size to domesticated cattle, measuring 1.55 to 1.65 m (5 ft 1 in to 5 ft 5 in) tall at the shoulder ... The build is similar to that of domesticated cattle, but with a comparatively slender neck and small head, and a ridge on the ...
*  Canton of Uri
In 1742-43 and again 1770-71, crop failures combined with cattle diseases led to starvation and mass emigration. The ... Growth of Uri stagnated in the early modern period, due to the limited availability of arable land, as well as disease and crop ...
*  Queensland Stock Institute
Pound was commissioned by the Government in 1894 to investigate redwater cattle disease in the Gulf Country of Northern ... Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP), a respiratory disease that affects cattle, led to the first livestock science in ... "The Cattle Disease-Important Discovery", The Moreton Bay Courier, p. 4, 18 December 1852, ISSN 1833-556X, retrieved 10 July ... "The Cattle Disease.", The Argus, National Library of Australia, p. 5, 17 September 1859, ISSN 1833-9719, retrieved 10 July 2012 ...
*  Discovery and development of direct Xa inhibitors
The disease was named sweet clover disease because the cattle had grazed on sweet clover hay. It wasn't until ten years after ... In the 1920s there was an outbreak of a mysterious haemorrhagic cattle disease in Canada and the northern United States. ... in cardiovascular disease". Thrombosis and Haemostasis. 92 (6): 1182-1193. doi:10.1160/TH04-05-0289. ISSN 0340-6245. PMID ...
*  Petrus Johann du Toit
Notable were the etiology of the cattle disease lamsiekte and the development of a successful vaccine against African horse ... Onderstepoort revealed the etiology and provenance of diseases such as lamsiekte, geeldikkop (a photodynamic disease of ... He made this decision based on the fact that 'heartwater is an exclusively African disease and I am of opinion that the task of ... By the end of the 1940s two major curses of Africa had virtually been eliminated - East Coast fever, a tick-borne disease, and ...
*  Alfred Lionel Rose
He is best known for pioneering the live cattle trade from the Northern Territory to Asia and curing cattle disease. He was ... Once in Adelaide, suspect cattle were slaughtered and disease-free cattle sold on the open market. Based on its success, a ... Rose's management strategy involved separating suspect cattle from those free from disease. He created a protected area of ... Cattle from unaffected areas in the far north and the Barkly Tableland would be driven into Alice Springs where they would be ...
*  Eelco Alta
He made important contributions to veterinary medicine and published, among others, about the natural causes of cattle diseases ...
*  Purmerend
4.94985 After the outbreak of many cattle diseases between 1995 and 2001 the cattle market was not allowed any more. It was ... After the funfair, Purmerend is most famous for its cattle market, the so-called koemarkt ("cow market"), where cattle are sold ... After 400 years Purmerenders saw the last cattle auction at the original location in downtown Purmerend in 2008. The auction ...