epizootic


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(of animals) epidemic among animals of a single kind within a particular region

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In 2014, Bluetongue disease was the most serious epizootic problem in Bulgaria, spreading in 2,322 settlements in all regions of the country, and about 37,000 sheep and 300 cattle died, Likov said.
The slide collection of the present study shows a severe epizootic of Haplosporidium nelsoni in several locations along Connecticut's shoreline in 1986 and 1987.
During 2002-2013, Web Valley wolf packs were affected by rabies epizootics in 2003 and 2008-2009 and by an CDV epizootic in 2010 (Figure 4).
Serial passage of the etiologic agent of epizootic bovine abortion in immunodeficient mice.
Paradoxically, while this field of study was based on the assumption that an epizootic could naturally occur in termites (Schmid-Hempel 1998), the occurrence of disease in termite groups was only observed under laboratory conditions in highly artificial conditions or in the field using inundative control methods, which bypass the need for an epizootic (Chouvenc et al.
Because the entire area experienced a widespread plague epizootic that began in fall of 2005, planned resampling efforts for 2006 were impossible.
Examples of mathematical modeling are given in areas including epidemic and epizootic processes of hemorrhagic fever, and predictive models for dengue fever epidemics.
Rosselkhoznadzor - The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance -- said: "Due to improvement of the bluetongue epizootic situation in the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria, Instruction No.
Mr O'Connell said: "This incident does highlight the need for a national plan in the event of a dolphin mass stranding which could be caused by an epizootic [animal disease].
Second, beginning in 1967, natural mortality dropped below 10% after the largest MSX epizootic event of the 1960s and remained at or below this level through 1975 (Fig.
The epizootic probably began when raccoons incubating the virus were transported from Florida to Virginia by hunters.
We dealt with fowl pests, swine fever and most of all had to know how to spell Epizootic Lymphangitis, which was said to attack a lot of animals.
Recent tests for insect-borne Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) in several Albany County, New York, whitetailed deer have come back positive, marking the first confirmed cases of the deadly disease in New York.
Epizootic induces deterioration of the lobster's normally hard shell while leaving behind unsightly lesions.
Of the seropositive individuals, all of whom reported having had close direct physical contact with either turkeys or chickens in dusty poultry housing, only one reported clinical symptoms of conjunctivitis at the time of the epizootic and none reported a history of influenzalike illness.