3 edition of Nagana in Zululand found in the catalog.
Reprinted from the 13th & 14th reports of the Dir. of Vet. Ed. & Res., Oct. 1928.Cover title.
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|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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pallidipes was the most common vector of nagana in cattle, but was eradicated from this area in 1954. At that time the Egyptians gave up raising game animals and discontinued growing pure breeds of the trypanotolerant aurochs Bos primigenius.
The sickness harms the patient and continues until he perishes. On 6 March 2020 two of three suspected rhino poachers were killed in a shootout, after an infrared camera automatically alerted the operations centre, providing number of persons, grid reference and direction of the incursion. Singh, Kaveel 15 March 2020. In 1931, there was newfound optimism that the problem could be resolved.
gambiense sleeping sickness control . The Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research The disease in cattle, called nagana in Zululand, was linked with trypanosomal parasitaemia and tsetse flies. Four valid tsetse fly species have been recorded from South Africa.
The Mobile Workshop: The Tsetse Fly and African Knowledge Production.
The host-parasite interaction produces extensive pathology and severe anaemia.
It argues that South Africa made an important contribution to western knowledge about trypanosomosis in terms of its etiology and possibilities for its control—a fact that has often been overlooked in the historical literature that has tended to focus on events in colonial central and east Africa.