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Multitoxin analysis of Aspergillus clavatus-infected feed samples implicated in two outbreaks of neuromycotoxicosis in cattle in South Africa.
Aspergillus clavatus intoxication is a highly fatal neuromycotoxicosis of ruminants, especially cattle. It is caused by the ingestion of infected sprouting grain and sorghum beer residue. LocomotorExpand
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Factors determining clinical outcomes in intussusception in the developing world: Experience from Johannesburg, South Africa.
BACKGROUND Rates of open reduction of intussusception were noted to be unacceptably high during an institutional internal audit. OBJECTIVES To determine the impact of revised protocols to betterExpand
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Fusarium species isolated from Pennisetum clandestinum collected during outbreaks of kikuyu poisoning in cattle in South Africa.
Kikuyu poisoning occurs sporadically in South Africa. It is of major economic importance, as valuable dairy cows are often poisoned by it, and once affected, the mortality rate is high. PennisetumExpand
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Putative Aspergillus niger-induced oxalate nephrosis in sheep.
A sheep farmer provided a maize-based brewer's grain (mieliemaroek) and bales of Eragrostis curvula hay to ewes and their lambs, kept on zero-grazing in pens. The 'mieliemaroek' was visibly mouldy.Expand
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Multitoxin analysis of Aspergillus clavatus-infected feed samples implicated in two outbreaks of neuromycotoxicosis in cattle in South Africa.
Aspergillus clavatus intoxication is a highly fatal neuromycotoxicosis of ruminants, especially cattle. It is caused by the ingestion of infected sprouting grain and sorghum beer residue. LocomotorExpand
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Etiology and alternative control of potato rhizoctoniasis in South Africa
40 Introduction 40 Materials and methods 41 Results 45 Discussion 51 References 54 CHAPTER 4 THERMAL AND CHEMICAL INACTIVATION OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI ASSOCIATED WITH POTATO RHIZOCTONIASIS 59 AbstractExpand
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Fusarium species isolated from Pennisetum clandestinum collected during outbreaks of kikuyu poisoning in cattle in South Africa.
Kikuyu poisoning occurs sporadically in South Africa. It is of major economic importance, as valuable dairy cows are often poisoned by it, and once affected, the mortality rate is high. PennisetumExpand