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Exclusion, elimination and control of avian pathogens

Exclusion, elimination and control of avian pathogens

Disease and threatened birds Proceedings of a Symposium held at the XIX World Conference of the International Council for Bird Preservation, June 1986, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada: 31-38

A review of methods of preventing the spread of diseases through international trade in domestic and wild birds and poultry products.

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