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Studies on infectious bursal disease in chickens. I. Effect of infectious bursal disease on gnotobiotic and battery raised White Leghorns



Studies on infectious bursal disease in chickens. I. Effect of infectious bursal disease on gnotobiotic and battery raised White Leghorns



Poultry Science 59(3): 506-515



There was no difference in the severity of experimental bursal disease between gnotobiotic chicks and ordinary battery-reared chicks, infected at 11-19 days of age.

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