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Studies on Anaplasmosis in Cattle with Special Reference to (1) the Susceptibility of Calves born of Recovered Cows, and (2) the Length of Time Recovered Animals may remain Carriers



Studies on Anaplasmosis in Cattle with Special Reference to (1) the Susceptibility of Calves born of Recovered Cows, and (2) the Length of Time Recovered Animals may remain Carriers



Cornell Vet, Oct. 19: 4, 387-395



In range cattle anaplasmosis is responsible for loss of condition and stunting of growth, but in dairy cattle it is of far greater economic importance because the mortality in some instances is very high, and when recovery takes place three months may elapse before milk production reaches the normal level again. There is some doubt as to the transmitting agent in California. HELM showed that Ixodes ricinus would transmit Anaplasma marginale, but not Piroplasma bigeminum.

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