4 edition of Contagious diseases of domesticated animals found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Special report (United States. Dept. of Agriculture). no.22.|
|Statement||Continuation of investigation by Department of Agriculture [1880-81]|
|Contributions||Salmon, D. E., Law, James, 1838-1921, Detmers, Henry Johnson, 1833-1907, Lyman, Charles Parker, 1846-1918|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||391|
|LC Control Number||agr09002876|
ANIMAL CONTAGIOUS DISEASES An Act for the prevention and control of contagious and infectious diseases in animals. 43 of G.N. 7(39)/ E.L.A.O., [Assent 23rd May, ] [Commencement 19th January, ] PART I PRELIMINARY 1. This Act may be cited as the Animal Contagious Diseases Act. Short title. 2. Contagious diseases of domesticated animals DSpace/Manakin Repository. Contagious diseases of domesticated animals Authors. Salmon, Daniel Elmer. Document type () Book. Download/Full Text. Open Access available for UU-students and staff. Full metadata.
written by a world authority on animal behavioura highly original contribution to the subjectcovers behaviour and domestication of farm, zoo and companion animalsThis book synthesizes existing knowledge of the process of domestication and how it has affected the behaviour of captive wild and domesticated animals. Three broad themes are addressed:Genetic contributions to the process of. The recent book "Get Well Soon" (J. Wright) is a snarky look at the history of the world's great contagious diseases, and it goes into some depth about the effect of smallpox on the Mesoamericans. During one battle the Spanish lost (they lost quite a few; it took several years and 1, Spanish dead), a dead Spanish soldier communicated.
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Price New from Used from Format: Paperback. Get this from a library. Investigation of diseases of swine, and infectious and contagious diseases incident to other classes of domesticated animals. [United States. Department of Agriculture.]. Data on parasites shared between humans and domesticated animals are from a book published by Ashford and Crewe (); those on shared infectious diseases are from McNeill ().
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2, " See other formats. Swine -- Diseases. Glanders. This book is the U.S. Department of Agriculture Special Report No. 22, published inand contains the reports of the Veterinary Surgeons appointed to investigate diseases of swine, and infectious and contagious diseases incident to other classes of domesticated animals.5/5().
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Investigation of diseases of swine, and infectious and contagious diseases incident to other classes of domesticated animals. (Washington, ), by United States Department of. ANIMAL CONTAGIOUS DISEASES An Act for the prevention and control of contagious and infectious diseases in animals.
[Assent 23rd May, ] [Commencement 19th January, ] PART I PRELIMINARY 1. This Act may be cited as the Animal Contagious Diseases Act. 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires —File Size: KB.Infectious diseases are transmitted between hosts by a variety of mechanisms, including direct, airborne and vector-borne transmission.
Control of animal-to-animal transmission of disease agents is a key concept in infectious disease epidemiology; however, a more sensible approach might be to prevent the types of contact that lead to transmission in the first by: Sec.
Control of communicable diseases. Fees. All veterinary work concerning the control of communicable diseases in, and the examination of, domestic animals, except poultry, which is carried out under state or federal supervision in accordance with the provisions of the general statutes, shall be performed by an approved veterinarian who has been accredited by the Animal Health.