gallinaceous bird


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Additionally, there appears to be some promise for other gallinaceous birds with greater harvests such as sharp-tailed grouse Tympanuchus phasianellus, gray partridge Perdix perdix, chukar Alectoris alectoris or quail Callipepla sp.
Given that invertebrates are not generally eaten by gallinaceous birds in the winter, the effect on the data should have been minimal.
Data concerning food availability (macroinvertebrate abundance) for young gallinaceous birds within these field-cover types are lacking.
Species of Ascaridia are common parasites of gallinaceous birds; eggs and larvae can be harbored by earthworms (Anderson 2000).
Chickens are gallinaceous birds like pheasants and quail--and their young hatch out able to walk, feed, and drink for themselves.
Multilocus DNA fingerprints in gallinaceous birds: general approach and problems.
Growing birds, especially gallinaceous birds, are prone to dislocation of the intertarsal joint secondary to the medial or lateral displacement of the tendon of the gastrocnemius.
Assessments of radio-marking effects have yielded mixed results on gallinaceous birds with early designs likely having negative demographic consequences (Withey et al.
Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) A virus infection of gallinaceous birds (e.g., poultry) is associated with high morbidity and mortality rates (1).
(3) Foreign objects generally are encountered in ratites, gallinaceous birds, waterfowl, and psittacine birds.
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.
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.
Abstract: Squamous cell carcinoma has been reported in a variety of bird species, most commonly psittacine and gallinaceous birds. The long-term prognosis in nongallinaceous birds is generally poor if complete surgical excision is not possible.
Outbreaks in poultry typically caused high mortality rates among gallinaceous birds, especially layer, broiler, and native chickens.