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Mycosis of the crop (moniliasis) in poultry, with particular reference to serious mortality occurring in young turkeys.
A cytopathic virus causing a transmissible gastroenteritis in swine. I. Isolation and properties.
Cardiovascular and pulmonary calcification apparently associated with dietary imbalance in Jamaica
Manchester wasting disease: A calcinosis caused by a pasture grass (Stenotaphrum Secundatum) in Jamaica
Manchester wasting disease is a chronic condition of ruminants characterised by weight loss, lameness and calcification of soft tissues and may be attributable to a pasture grass which in the 1940s was cultivated in almost pure sward in many farms in the Manchester area, and was thus a prime suspect.