Ed L. Wooten

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Development and remission of the clinical signs of sarcoptic mange in pigs experimentally infested once and twice with Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis were described. Encrusted lesions in the ears of pigs and a general dermatitis were observed 3 weeks after infestation, but subsided gradually. Specific antibody activity, in titers averaging 1:16 000 in sera(More)
The effects of a single artificial infestation with sarcoptic mite (Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis DeGeer) on weight gain and lymphocyte blastogenic responses were studied in untreated and fenvalerate-treated pigs. Average daily feed intake, average daily gain and feed efficiency were monitored for 5 weeks in 32 infested and 16 uninfested pigs. Total and(More)
The current status of lithium-niobate external-modulator technology is reviewed with emphasis on design, fabrication, system requirements, performance, and reliability. The technology meets the performance and reliability requirements of current 2.5-, 10-, and 40-Gb/s digital communication systems, as well as CATV analog systems. The current trend in device(More)
A naturally occurring hemagglutinating factor to tanned human O positive, ovine and porcine erythrocytes was found in extracts from Sarcoptes scabiei var. suis. This hemagglutinating factor did not react with bovine, equine or avian erythrocytes. This factor was demonstrated by microscopic examination of the tanned erythrocytes and by the passive(More)
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