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Experimental investigation of the pathogenicity of coccidia in pigeons



Experimental investigation of the pathogenicity of coccidia in pigeons



Experimentelle Untersuchungen uber die Pathogenitat der Kokzidien der Taube: 147



Eimeria oocysts (80% E. labbeana, 20% E. columbarum) were administered to 61 homing pigeons as either single doses of 104, 105 or 106, or at 104 or 105 repeated daily for 14 days to poults and as single doses of 106 or daily at 105 for 14 days to adult birds. In the young birds body weight gains were reduced by 3-9% during the prepatent and early patent periods, mostly unrelated to dose level.

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