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Myodegeneration in cattle grazing Cassia species
(American Veterinary Medical Association, 1965)
Widespread skeletal myodegeneration in cattle was associated with a disease syndrome characterized by an afebrile course, abnormally dark red urine, incoordination, recumbency, and death. The plants Cassia occidentalis or ...
Records and Distribution Problems of Fishes of the North, Middle, and South Forks of the Holston River, Virginia
(Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1963-06)
Since 1953 a survey has been made of fishes of the North, Middle, and South Forks of Holston River, Tennessee River system, Virginia. This paper gives records of fishes obtained, notes on drainage history, and distribution ...
Cassia occidentalis Toxicosis in Cattle
(United States: American Veterinary Medical Association, 1967)
Results of this experiment indicate that Cassia occidentalis is a toxic plant capable of producing significant losses in cattle. The toxicologic syndrome in the acute form was characterized by sudden onset, recumbency, ...