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Page 265 - A TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE SHEEP; being a Manual of Ovine Pathology for the use of Veterinary Practitioners and Students. With Coloured Plate and 99 Woodcuts.
Page 76 - To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to co-operate with State and municipal authorities and corporations and persons engaged in the transportation of neat cattle by land or water in establishing regulations for the safe conveyance of such cattle from the interior to the seaboard, and the shipment thereof, so that such...
Page 23 - The botanical name was so given from its being supposed by Linnaeus to be a hybrid between those clovers, but it is now known to be a distinct species. It is found native over a large part of Europe, and was first cultivated in Sweden, deriving its common name from the village of Syke in that country. In 1834 it was taken to England, and in 1854 to Germany, where it is largely grown, not only for its excellent forage, but also for its seed, which commands...
Page 19 - The trichina?, according to his observations, arrive in the muscular tissue with the blood. The diameter of the smallest capillaries in the muscles is much less than the diameter of the young trichinae, so they are certain to be arrested. They then penetrate the single or double coats of the muscles, and are at once in the interstitial spaces between the muscular fibers. Many trichinae unquestionably never enter the sarcolemma, and become encysted, but when they do the fibers become permanently destroyed....
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Page 298 - Cettia cantans minuta, a reintroduction of trinomial nomenclature which the reviewer does not at all like. The intermediate form, too, appears to be principally found in the Island of Formosa, though also met with at Chefoo, on the mainland opposite Japan, while one of the other forms is an inhabitant of Japan, with the exception of one Formosan skin in the author's collection, and the other is said to breed in South China and Hainan. Of these three forms, then, we should suppose that the Formosan...
Page 76 - If a horse is well-fed for ten days, but insufficiently provided with water throughout the same period, it will not outlive the eleventh •day. One horse, from which water had been entirely withheld for three days, drank on the fourth day sixty liters of water within three minutes.
Page 19 - ... at once in the interstitial spaces between the muscular fibers. Many trichinae unquestionably never enter the sarcolemma. and become encysted, but when they do the fibers become permanently destroyed. At the end of the third week after immigration, the inflammatory irritation of the muscular fiber has reached its highest point, the trichina is nearly full grown, and becomes fixed to the spot where it is to be encapsuled. Several of these worms may wander in the same track, and ultimately be enclosed...
Page 181 - ... only, it is incredible that men should fail to ask what the use of this relic of the old system may be. Donkeys in Ireland are unshod, and they work on roads at least as rough, hard, slimy, and slippery as those of England. "Can one really believe...
Page 298 - ... not at all like. The intermediate form, too, appears to be principally found in the Island of Formosa, though also met with at Chefoo, on the mainland opposite Japan, while one of the other forms is an inhabitant of Japan, with the exception of one Formosan skin in the author's collection, and the other is said to breed in South China and Hainan. Of these three forms, then, we should suppose that the Formosan was the oldest bird from which the other two had developed themselves, but that they...