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Epidemiology and pathology of beak and feather disease virus

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posted on 2023-12-08, 00:39 authored by Berta Blanch Lazaro
This thesis revealed that wild crimson rosellas, a common Australian parrot, have a much higher prevalence and intensity of infection than previously known. In contrast to other parrots, infected crimson rosellas do not get sick and are able to clear the virus, at least, from some tissues like blood.

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183 p.

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English

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Ph.D.

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Kate Buchanan

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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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