First, Second and Third Reports of the Wellcome Tropical Research Laboratories at the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum

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Department of Educ., Soudan Government, 1908 - Tropical medicine
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Page 258 - ... length, the first sub-marginal longer and narrower than the second posterior, its base very slightly nearer the base of the wing than that of the second posterior, its stem a little more than half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior about as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein about its own length distant from the mid, which is the same size. Length : 5 mm. $ — Thorax : as in the °., but the median pale line has a fine dark central line.
Page 260 - Wings narrow ; the forkcells short ; the first submarginal longer and narrower than the second posterior, its stem more than half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein about its own length distant from the mid cross-vein.
Page 29 - Browning,4 does not think that the immunisation and subsequent inoculation advocated by Laveran constitutes a sufficient basis, but it is clear that much more work will have to be done before the precise value of this procedure is ascertained. It would seem that wherever possible it should be supplemented by cultural experiments, a means of diagnosis strongly upheld by Bruce as a result of recent work on nagana and T. dimorphou. 1 Cazalbou, L. (November '25th, 1907), " Contribution ii I'etude dcs...
Page 260 - XXXVII., fig. 5). \Viug» : with rather short fork-cells, first sub-marginal longer and narrower than the second posterior, its stem more than half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior cell not quite as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein not quite twice its own length distant from the mid cross-vein.
Page 214 - ... median ridge. The segments of the body are transversely wrinkled on the dorsal and ventral surfaces (especially on the latter) and puckered on the sides. From the third to the eleventh segment, the body is thickly covered with minute recurved spines of brownish chitin (darker in the case of larvae ready to leave the host), usually arranged in transverse series or groups of two or more, which can be seen to form more or less distinct, undulating or irregular, transverse rows. These spines will...
Page 213 - ... inverted notes of interrogation, with the concavity directed towards the median ridge. The segments of the body are transversely wrinkled on the dorsal and ventral surfaces (especially on the latter), and puckered on the sides. From the third to the eleventh segment the body is thickly covered with minute recurved spines of brownish chitin (darker in the case of...
Page 389 - Boport as to the suspended matter carried by the White Nile — viz., that this is found in appreciable amount during the entire year, and that the water is never quite clear. As before, the lowest proportion was found in the latter part of September and the first half of October. This is obviously accounted for by the fact that during the period of flood of the Blue Nile the flow of the White Nile is impeded to such an extent that, south of Khartoum, the river is converted into an immense lake....
Page 338 - ... cock's feathers. Every man carries his weapons, pipe, and stool, the whole (except the stool) being held between his legs when standing. These natives of Gondokoro are the Bari: the men are well grown, the women are not prepossessing, but the negro type of thick lips and flat nose is wanting; their features are good, and the woolly hair alone denotes the trace of negro blood.
Page 212 - Fig. 75, a, b), when nearly hatched, is white in color, but later assumes a grayish to yellowish tinge. Mandibles (Plate 5, Fig. 78) black, slightly serrated and with two tufts of curved hairs at the base. First thoracic segment anteriorly brown. Laterally placed on the second and third thoracic segments are brown comb-like marks with the four teeth pointing backwards. On the anterior portion of each abdominal segment — with the exception of the eighth — are two brown annuli, or rings, encircling...
Page 288 - Tusnr (jet rosary) being secured round the patient's loins, the ferous is dropped into cold water, stirred several times, and the fluid drunk as medicine. This stone also brings good luck for the day if looked on by the wearer the first thing on getting up in the morning, its luck-giving properties being recognised in Africa apparently as well as in Europe. 3. El Hngar et Dam, or Fas et Dam (blood-stone) (Plate XLII., figs.

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