Thompson Yates and Johnston Laboratories Report, Volume 5, Part 2

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Page 110 - Anopheks costalls (by Dr. DUTTON). Quarto. Out of print. MEMOIR V, PART i First Progress Report of the Campaign against Mosquitoes in Sierra Leone (1901). By Major R. Ross, FRCS, DPH, FRS, dated I5th October, 1901, giving details of the commencement of the Campaign, with a letter from Dr. DANIELS regarding the results arrived at to date. 8. Price is. MEMOIR V, PART 2 Second Progress Report of the Campaign against Mosquitoes in Sierra Leone. By M. LOGAN TAYLOR, MB, dated I5th September, 1902. 8.
Page 68 - Wings with brown scales; the first submarginal cell longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, its stem...
Page 110 - V. Part I. First Progress Report of the Campaign against Mosquitoes in Sierra Leone (1901). By RONALD Ross, CB, FRCS, FRS 8vo., is.
Page 68 - ... than the rest ; traces of a very narrow pale band ; hair-tufts brown ; proboscis deep brown, longer than the palpi ; antennae with flaxen brown plumes, banded brown and grey ; head like the ?, only rather more narrow-curved scales running into the crown ; thorax and abdomen with similar ornamentation...
Page 109 - MB, B.Ch., and JH ELLIOTT, MD Part I. Malarial Fever, etc. Giving a full account of the expedition, with numerous views in the text, charts, maps, and two plates, and containing much matter of general importance. Quarto. Price i0s.
Page 45 - ... believe that they are not the same species ; our reasons for this opinion are : — 1 . The more chronic course of the disease produced by the human parasite in all animals, perhaps with the exception of the goat. 2. Tame rats infected with the horse parasite certainly die from its effects, while, on the other hand, we have no evidence to show that the infection which has occurred in tame rats, inoculated with the human parasite, has been the only cause of death. 3. The modes in which the human...
Page 1 - Gambia!! trypanosome to proceed simultaneously. To this end we established our laboratory at a convenient spot, as a base at which experimental work could be carried on, and from which short journeys could be made with the object of determining the frequency of trypanosomiasis among the natives. Our stay in Senegal was almost totally occupied in studying the sanitary conditions of the principal towns, and in drawing up a scheme, at the request of M. KOUME, the Governor-General of French West Africa,...
Page 1 - Bathurst, then became our he idquarters, and we stayed there until the first week in January, when we went to McCarthy Island, which we made our base until we left for Senegal on the yth of May. Subsequently, we remained in French territory until we left for England about the middle of June, 1903. While we were in the Gambia we arranged our movements so as to allow the study of the distribution and of the properties of the Gambian trypanosome to proceed simultaneously. To this end we established...
Page 67 - ... long, but not nearly as long as the proboscis, the two apical joints short, the apical one slightly shorter than the penultimate, the apex of the antepenultimate slightly expanded, dense hairs on each side of the penultimate and on one side of the apex of the antepenultimate ; apex bristly. Thorax with narrow-curved scales on the mesonotum ; small flat ones on the mid lobe of the scutellum ; narrow-curved ones on the lateral lobes. This genus thus differs...

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