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Experimental studies on bladder tumours induced by Pteridium revolutum (BL) Nakai in yellow cattle



Experimental studies on bladder tumours induced by Pteridium revolutum (BL) Nakai in yellow cattle



Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine 14(8): 5-8



In 1979, haematuria in Chinese yellow cattle of several counties of Sichuan was demonstrated to be caused by inflammation and neoplasms of the urinary bladder. In 1980-83, leaves of Pteridium revolutum were fed to cattle, goats and rabbits.

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