chauvoei alone, confirming the diagnosis of clostridial myocarditis, a manifestation of blackleg
that commonly leads to sudden death in bovines (UZAL et al.
Malcolmson JF A study of Erwinia isolates obtained from soft rots and blackleg
We met some real miners at Big Pit and they still talk about the blacklegs
should be considered a primary focus of infection when there are no associated skeletal injuries, as in this case.
Study area: A total of (n=750) swab and (n=50) tissue samples of cattle suspected for blackleg
reported in six districts (please provide details) of Punjab Pakistan were collected aseptically placed in ice bags and transported to Department of Pathology University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore (Pakistan) for the isolation and identification of Clostridium chauvoei.
Instead they imported men from an organisation called the National Free Labour Association and for the railwaymen these were blacklegs
, a word that would return to haunt them.
spores are either eaten by the animals or enter animals through an open wound, according to the wire service.
It turned out the old guy had been a scab, or blackleg
, during the General Strike in 1927.
More sensitive and accurate PCR diagnostics are replacing elisa as the preferred testing method, and the 'state of the art' QPCR (Quantitive Polymerase Chain Reaction) test for blackleg
(erwinia carotovora pv atroseptica) developed in collaboration with the Scottish Crop Research Institute in Invergowrie, Dundee, is undertaken on all Higgins' commercial seed stocks as well as stocks designed for replanting the following season.
Out of the 32 head of cattle that we brought out, 15 died with blackleg
before we could vaccinate.
is probably blackleg
[caused by Leptosphaeria maculans (Desmaz.
At the Potato Council's Sutton Bridge experimental unit, storage specialist Adrian Cunnington said: "A lot of the problems appear to be secondary bacterial rots triggered by small amounts of blight, blackleg
or pink rot in the tubers.