Definition of Enzootics

1. Noun. (plural of enzootic) ¹

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Definition of Enzootics

1. enzootic [n] - See also: enzootic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enzootics

enzootic abortion of ewes
enzootic ataxia
enzootic balanoposthitis
enzootic bovine leucosis
enzootic bovine leukosis
enzootic encephalomyelitis
enzootic encephalomyelitis virus
enzootic haematuria
enzootic pneumonia
enzootic stability
enzootics (current term)
enzygotic twins
enzymatic hydrolysis
enzymatic synthesis
enzyme-catalyzed ligation

Literary usage of Enzootics

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1. British Farmer's Magazine (1871)
"We will now advert to a most important and fatal class of disorders—viz., enzootics. These are wholly dependent upon local causes, which may be conveniently ..."

2. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1899)
"At the present time it prevails in the majority of the provinces, but, save in the east, the diffusion is slow, and in most cases the enzootics die out ..."

3. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by American Veterinary Medical Association. (1916)
"Such enzootics usually follow the streams. The contamination of surface water is due to the discharges and even the carcasses of cholera infected hogs being ..."

4. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1889)
"... comparable to that noticed long ago by Chauveau in Algerian sheep in regard to anthrax ''. and enzootics of swine diseases in foreign countries, ..."

5. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Leonard Pearson (1903)
"Exciting causes are important factors in complicating individual cases of influenza, or in localizing special lesions cither during enzootics or epizootics. ..."

6. Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Vickers T. Atkinson, William Dickson, William Heyser Harbaugh, James Law, John Robbins Mohler, A. J. Murray, William Herbert Lowe, Leonard Pearson, Brayton Howard Ransom, Milton R. Trumbower, Richard West Hickma (1916)
"... Texas, and South Dakota, have increasingly noted the occurrence of enzootics of "sore mouth" among the young animals of their herds. ..."

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