fowl cholera

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an acute diarrheal disease (especially of chickens) caused by the microorganism that causes hemorrhagic septicemia

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Plans for this farm include collection of antemortem samples and necropsy of acutely affected birds in an attempt to definitively diagnose fowl cholera.
Pasteurella multocida detection by 5 ' Taq nuclease assay: a new tool for use in diagnosing fowl cholera.
Pasteurella multocida detection by 5' Taq nuclease assay: A new tool for use in diagnosing fowl cholera.
Exposure to air kills many microbes, especially the anaerobic bacterium that causes botulism and the pathogen that causes fowl cholera, two diseases that periodically take a huge toll on waterfowl.
Fowl cholera was either uncommon in Wild Turkeys, or the incidence of asymptomatic carrier animals was rare because of high mortality rates in infected birds.
Some of the most common diseases that are spread as a result of bird droppings are Tuberculosis, Encephalitis, Meningitis, Chlamydiosis, Salmonellosis, Fowl Typhoid, Fowl Cholera, Newcastle Disease, Pullorum Disease, Spirochetosis, Streptococosis, and Q Fever.