2 edition of Diseases of gamebirds and wildfowl. found in the catalog.
Diseases of gamebirds and wildfowl.
Bibliography: p. 83.
|Series||Practical advice on wildlife -- no. 6., Practical advice on wildlife -- no. 6.|
|Contributions||Game Conservancy (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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OCLC Number: Description: pages. Contents: Diseases of gamebirds --Diseases caused by viruses --Newcastle disease --Marble spleen disease --Viral enteritis --Infectious bronchitis --Infectious laryngotracheitis --Inclusion body hepatitis --Leucosis --Louping-ill --Diseases caused by bacteria --Colibacillosis --Salmonellosis --Yersiniosis and fowl cholera.
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Glossary & References / Book List / Details: B18 - Diseases of Gamebirds and Wildfowl. Author(s) / Editors: J.V. Beer: Publisher: The Game Conservancy, Fordingbridge UK: Year: ISBN--Specific Chapter/Section References.
Reference Chapter/Section Title Chapter/Section Author Page nos. Common diseases of gamebirds in Great Britain. APHA Avian Expert Group Page 2 of 3 Revised – August by PME, direct examination of intestinal smears and/or faecal samples.
Infectious sinusitis (aka ‘bulgy eye’) is a common disease of File Size: KB. Diseases of gamebirds and wildfowl. By Fordingbridge (United Kingdom) Game Conservancy. Abstract. Illus Topics: GAME BIRDS, ANIMAL DISEASES, GIBIER A.
Since previous publications in In Practice on disease control in adult pheasants (Pennycott ) and diseases in young pheasants (Welchman ), the numbers of gamebirds reared and released in Britain have continued to increase. Init was estimated that 40 million pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) and 12 million red-legged partridges (Alectoris rufa) were being.
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