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pertaining to or characteristic of birds

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Results of both the vaccine and modified PCR studies were published in Avian Diseases in 2013.
Antigenic diversity of infectious bursal disease viruses," Avian Diseases, 31:766-770 (1987).
APHIS said it would now establish the requirements for EU suppliers, while also updating avian disease terms and definitions.
In our survey, occurrence of disease in Mali varied over time, which was expected because of the seasonal pattern of many avian diseases, especially Newcastle disease, in western Africa (7).
The Jordanian Veterinary Association published an ad in a Jordanian daily entitled, Flu the Pandemic that did not happen, in which American Dr Gary Butcher, a veterinarian specialist in avian diseases with a PhD in Poultry Virology, accuses some agencies and health institutions of exploiting the media hype to make more money.
23 at the Georgia World Congress Center will be devoted to avian diseases, and industry programs during the Expo itself will touch on the hot button issue of avian influenza and the impact of Hurricane Katrina, as well as perennial matters like salmonella and the use of antibiotics.
Meanwhile, Bourns said an outbreak of Newcastle disease on a pheasant farm was a timely reminder that the industry should remain vigilant about avian diseases.
And a 2000 paper in Avian Diseases traced more than 1,200 broiler-chick deaths in 3 days to the use of new heat lamps coated with PTFE.
The following strategies will help improve the health and safety of birds when the spread of avian diseases is a concern:
To jumpstart the program he has directed the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) to start a nationwide immunization program starting next year to all chickens in the country to eradicate avian diseases such as fowl pox, NCD (Newcastle Disease) and Avian Influenza.
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Vali, Molazem) and the Department of Avian Diseases (Madani).
As an added benefit, all book proceeds will go to the American Association of Avian Pathologists to further educational programs on avian diseases worldwide.
It will present information on industry topics such as environmental management, nutrition, physiology, pathology, processing and products, and avian diseases.