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Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) A virus infection of gallinaceous birds (e.
Most reports are from gallinaceous species that have been managed in a production setting.
Life histories of North American gallinaceous birds.
1 any of a family (Meleagrididae) of large, gallinaceous North American birds with a small, naked head and spreading tail, including a wild or domesticated species (Meleagris gallopavo) bred as poultry and a wild species of Central America, with eyespots on the tail *2 (slang) a failure: said esp.
Some amino acid features within the HA and NA of these 2 viruses were the same as those in the A/Shanghai/2/2013(H7N9) strain: L226 and G228 in HA, believed to control host receptor specificity; the cleavage site in HA, relevant for virulence; a deletion in NA stalk (position 69-73), associated with the adaption to gallinaceous hosts; and R294 in NA, related to virus sensitivity to oseltamivir (5).
In gallinaceous birds, lesions such as conjunctivitis, sinusitis, tracheitis, airsacculitis, and abscesses of the head and wattles are associated with Av gallinarum infection.
Cracids are gallinaceous birds found in Neotropical regions and include three distinct groups: chachalacas, guans, and curassows.
Populations of many gallinaceous birds, including northern bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) and scaled quail (Callipepla squamata), show extreme variation in densities regionally and from year-to-year (Speake & Haugen 1960; Schemnitz 1961; 1964; Campbell 1968; Campbell et al.
gallinae mites as affecting gallinaceous birds and K.
However, in some species (eg, gallinaceous birds, ratites) the rectum is looped or folded.
Low occurrence of second broods has been reported for other species of gallinaceous birds in North America: Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginianus; Sandercock et al.
These influenza viruses are a potential threat to the poultry population in South Korea, including gallinaceous birds during movement of domestic ducks through the distribution network of live bird markets.
Backyard gallinaceous bird flocks may play an important role in the spread of infectious diseases within poultry populations as well as the transmission of zoonotic diseases to humans.
We combined data for Purple Gallinules and Common Moorhens (referred to as gallinaceous species) because our number of detections of both were relatively low across our survey area, they share similar life history traits (Bannor and Kiviat 2002, West and Hess 2002), and to increase our statistical power (MacKenzie et al.