6 edition of Infectious diseases of livestock with special reference to Southern Africa found in the catalog.
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|Statement||edited by J.A.W. Coetzer, G.R. Thomson, R.C. Tustin ; associate editor, N.P.J. Kriek.|
|Contributions||Coetzer, J. A. W., Thomson, G. R., Tustin, R. C.|
|LC Classifications||SF781 .I525 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (1605, lviii p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1605|
|ISBN 10||0195705068, 0195709160, 0195709179, 0195705513, 0195709187, 0195709195|
|LC Control Number||95214689|
These are diseases that are already prevalent in South Africa, killing much more people than the much dreaded Ebola. Most of the diseases here are among the most deadly diseases ever known to : Andile Smith. Both the pathogenesis and pathology of anthrax in animals are excellently reviewed in the 4th edition of the WHO guidelines “Anthrax in humans and animals” Infectious Diseases of Livestock, with Special Reference to Southern Africa (second ed.), Oxford University Press Southern Africa, Cape Town, South Africa () Cited by:
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever. In: Coetzer JA, Thomson GR, Tustin RC, editors. Infectious diseases of livestock with special reference to southern Africa. Cape Town (South Africa): Oxford University Press; p. –9. Changes in the distribution and abundance of insects are likely to be amongst the most important and immediate effects of climate change. We review here the risk that climate change poses to the UK’s livestock industry via effects on Culicoides biting midges, the vectors of several arboviruses, including those that cause bluetongue (BT) and African horse sickness (AHS).Cited by:
In Coetzer, JAW, Thomson, GR and Tustin, RC (eds), Infectious Diseases of Livestock with Special Reference to Southern Africa. 2nd Edn. Oxford: Author: N. L. Mukarati, O. Ndumnego, H. van Heerden, D. N. Ndhlovu, G. Matope, A. Caron, M. de Garine-Wichat. African swine fever (ASF) is a major threat to the pig industry in Europe. Since , ASF outbreaks have been ongoing in the Caucasus, Eastern Europe and the Baltic countries, causing severe economic losses for many pig farmers and pork producers. In addition, the number of ASF cases in wild boar populations has dramatically increased over the past few by:
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Infectious Diseases of Livestock: With Special Reference to Southern Africa, Volume 2 J. Coetzer, G. Thomson, R. Tustin Oxford University Press, Jan 1, - Enfermedades infecciosas. Infectious Diseases of Livestock offers a comprehensive overview of the factors which influence the occurrence of such diseases, focusing in particular on arthropod vectors (ticks, tsetse flies, culidoides midges, mosquitoes, and biting flies), herd immunity and immunization strategies, resistance of animal breeds to infectious agents and their.
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Most of the important infectious diseases that threaten livestock--including heartwater, bluetongue, African horse sickness, African swine fever, babesiosis, anaplasmosis, and trypanosomiasis --occur endemically on the Southern African subcontinent and are responsible for major stock losses : Hardcover.
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Book: Infectious diseases of livestock with special reference to Southern Africa: Volume 1. pp + lviii pp. Abstract: This is the first volume of a 2 volume set which has contributors from 12 different countries.
Most of the important infectious diseases that threaten livestock--including heartwater, bluetongue, African horse sickness, African swine fever, babesiosis, anaplasmosis, and trypanosomiasis --occur endemically on the Southern African subcontinent and are responsible for major stock losses annually.
Infectious Diseases of Livestock offers a comprehensive overview of the factors which. Infectious diseases of livestock. With special reference to southern Africa.
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Thomson, R. Tustin Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Oxford University Press Place of Publication U.S.A. Date published The definition of livestock in this work encompasses cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses, donkeys and mules.
In addition to the 28 protozoal and nine rickettsial diseases in Part 1, chapters are included on the main vectors of diseases (e.g. ticks, tsetse flies, Muscidae, Tabanidae, Culicoides midges and mosquitoes), the main principles/methods of control of infectious diseases, and infectious.
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MANUAL ON THE PREPARATION OF AFRICAN SWINE FEVER CONTINGENCY PLANS. Contents. In J. Coetzer, G. Thomson & R. Tustin, eds. Infectious diseases of livestock, with special reference to South Africa, Vol.
1, p. – Roger Paskin, Peter Roeder and Mark Rweyemamu of the EMPRES Livestock Unit, Infectious Diseases Group, Animal Health. Abstract. The paper provides a summary of three studies conducted in the eastern Free State of South Africa between and In a questionnaire-based study approximately 21% of interviewed resource-poor farmers (n = ) indicated that they experienced problems with ticks and tick-borne 56% of farmers indicated that tick-related problems were most severe in summer, Cited by: Infectious Diseases Of Livestock With Special Reference To Southern - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily.
Development of effective methods for preventing and treating infectious diseases of animals. Infectious diseases of livestock, with special reference to Southern Africa. 2nd ed. Vol. Cape Town: Oxford University Press Southern Africa; pp.
– This handbook is designed as a reference of poultry diseases in Africa for the Poultry Health for Development course. The handbook is referred to in the course curriculum. This handbook will also serve as a stand-alone disease diagnostics, prevention and recovery reference File Size: 1MB.
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In South Africa, land reform is gathering pace and African people hold an increasing proportion of the livestock in the country. Animal health has become a central issue for rural development.Abstract. The familiarity with the ancient disease anthrax from the second millennium b.
c. through the second millennium a.d. is reviewed, providing the backdrop to the modern understanding of this disease as covered in the remainder of the means of an overview of the aetiology, ecology, epidemiology, clinical manifestations, pathology and bacteriology of the naturally acquired Cited by: This review is to provide information on viral diseases of livestock in Zambia.
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