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Behaviour of airborne Newcastle disease virus. 2. Evaluation of aerogenic dissemination



Behaviour of airborne Newcastle disease virus. 2. Evaluation of aerogenic dissemination



Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, B 31(5): 329-337



Calculations for airborne spread, using the methods of W. Klug (1969) and H.E. Hesketh (1974), showed a rapid fall in the concentration of infective particles at distances greater than 150 m from the source. This distance was regarded as a minimum distance between poultry houses to prevent the spread of ND virus.

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