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Bacteria isolated from chicken yolk sac infection at the Research Institute for Veterinary Science



Bacteria isolated from chicken yolk sac infection at the Research Institute for Veterinary Science



Penyakit Hewan 22(40): 102-105



Bacteria causing infected yolk-sac of chickens was studied. 80 one-day old chickens showing abnormal placentas and 15 healthy chickens as control were examined bacteriologically as well as 12 five-day old chickens without a control. Following bacterial examination a variety of bacteria were isolated from the infected yolk-sac of chickens. The examinations were conducted on 60 day-old chickens and 12 chickens 5 days of age. 15 healthy day-old chickens were used as controls.

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