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Definition of Braxy

Braxy
Braxy Brax"y, n. [Cf. AS. breac rheum, broc sickness, Ir. bracha corruption. Jamieson.] 1. A disease of sheep. The term is variously applied in different localities. [Scot.] 2. A diseased sheep, or its mutton.

Meaning of Braxy from wikipedia

- Braxy is an infectious disease which causes sudden death in sheep. It is caused by the bacterium Clostridium septi****. Braxy generally occurs in winter...
- virus infection Diseases caused by bacteria include: anaplasmosis blackleg braxy brucellosis caseous lymphadenitis chlamydiosis, also known as enzootic abortion...
- to clear the infection. In sheep, C. septi**** causes a disease known as braxy; affected animals are generally found dead. Gas gangrene Pore-forming toxin...
- conduct research into livestock diseases. In the 1920s Louping Ill and Braxy claimed almost a third of the lambs born in Scotland and Gr**** Sickness...
- University. Edwards, Natalie (December 2009), "From Beverley disease to Braxy to enterotoxaemia: the journey of a disease in Western Australian livestock...
- development of several important animal vaccines: Enzootic abortion in ewes; Braxy and Louping ill. His work on milk effectively created "clean milk" for the...
- and was buried in the city. Hamilton investigated the diseases of sheep braxy and louping ill and was chairman of the departmental committee on this question...
- abomasitis. Schamber, G.J.; Berg, I.E.; Molesworth, J.R. (April 1986). "Braxy or Bradsot-like Abomastitis Caused by Clostridium septi**** in a Calf". The...
- liver fluke, The Etiology of Black Disease: Being Further Studies in a Braxy-Like Disease of Sheep (1921). Before qualifying, Dodd served in South Africa...
- Initial results were published in the Journal of Agriculture in 1927. A Braxy-like disease originated in the Beverley-York region in 1915. Over the next...
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