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Studies on the reciprocal crossing of Taiwan country fowls and Leghorn fowls. 4. Resistance to caecal coccidiosis (Eimeria tenella)



Studies on the reciprocal crossing of Taiwan country fowls and Leghorn fowls. 4. Resistance to caecal coccidiosis (Eimeria tenella)



Nong lin Xuebao = Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 37(2): 9-19



Fowls were studied for resistance to artificial infection with Eimeria tenella in a 4 x 4 factorial experiment. The factors were breed type (Leghorn and Taiwan native fowls and the reciprocal crossbreds) and dose of E. tenella (0, 20 x 10superscript 3, 40 x 10superscript 3 and 60 x 10superscript 3 oocytes per fowl).

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