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Chlamydial Infection in Wild and Domesticated Avian Hosts

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posted on 2023-07-27, 03:05 authored by Helena Susan Stokes
This work contributes to understanding of the ecology of chlamydial infection in wild parrots and free-range poultry. It revealed host-specific, temporal and seasonal risk factors for infection. Findings provide a significant insight into which birds may be reservoirs of these bacteria, with implications for zoonotic disease risk and biosecurity.

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234 p.

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English

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Doctorate

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Ph.D.

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Andy Bennett

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Faculty of Science Engineering and Built Environment

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School of Life and Environmental Sciences

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