black quarter


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black quarter:

see blacklegblackleg
or black quarter,
acute infectious disease of cattle, less often of sheep, caused by an organism of the genus Clostridium. It is characterized by inflammation of muscles with swelling and pain in the affected areas.
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The present study was carried out to isolate the bacteria from suspected cases of Black quarter from swab and tissues by conventional methods and detection of alpha toxin producing Clostridium chauvoei by amplification of Ccta gene for diagnosis.
The current study was carried out to isolate the organism from suspected cases of Black quarter from swab and tissues by conventional methods and also identify the gene encoding alpha toxin of Clostridiumchauvoei.
This divides into two categories, blackleg (black quarter) and malignant oedema (gas gangrene).
In response to CORE-led protests against Jonesboro's segregated library and swimming pool, the Klan, with the aid of local police, drove a fifty-car caravan through the midst of the town's black quarter. Soon after, twenty black men met in a union hall to discuss the organization of community defense.
visited Marks, Mississippi in Quitman County and wept at the squalor he encountered on Cotton Row, a muddy, unpaved street in the town's black quarter.
They included confirming that the cattle were vaccinated as required against foot and mouth disease, anthrax, black quarter, lumpy skin disease and Rift Valley fever.
Black quarter, Hemorrhagic septicemia, which can be transmitted to animals of the hosting areas.
There is a progressive enhanced investment in Animal Husbandry and Dairying sector with implementation of National Mission on Protein Supplements (NMPS), Control of Animal Diseases viz Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD), Pestes des petits ruminants (PPR), Brucellosis, Anthrax, Haemorrhagic Septicemia (HS), Black quarter (BQ), Classical Swine Fever, Ranikhet and Avian Influenza etc.
This divides into two categories Blackleg (Black quarter) and Malignant Oedema (Gas gangrene).