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Poultry Diseases: At a Glance

S. Nandi and S. Samanta, IBDC Pub, 2010, pbk, x, 156 p, ISBN : 8181894854, $0.00 (Includes free airmail shipping)

Poultry Diseases: At a Glance/S. Nandi and S. Samanta

Contents: Avian Immune System. Viral Diseases: 1. Newcastle Disease (ND). 2. Infectious bronchitis. 3. Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT). 4. Avian influenza. 5. Infectious bursal disease. 6. Chicken infectious anaemia. 7. Egg drop syndrome-76. 8. Fowl pox. 9. Avian encephalomyelitis. 10. Reovirus infections. 11. Leechi diseases. 12. Duck plaque. 13. Marek's disease. 14. Leukosis/sarcoma. 15. Reticuloendotheliosis. Bacterial Diseases: 1. Salmonella infections. 2. Colibacillosis. 3. Fowl Cholera. 4. Ulcerative enteritis. 5. Necrotic enteritis. 6. Botulism. 7. Tuberculosis. 8. Infectious coryza. 9. Gangrenous dermatitis. 10. Staphylococcosis. 11. Streptococcosis. 12. Campylobacteriosis. Nutritional diseases. Metabolic diseases. Mycotoxines. Vaccines and vaccinations. Miscellaneous. Parasitic Diseases: 1. Ectoparasites. 2. Cestoda and Trematoda. 3. Nematodes. 4. Protozoa. 5. Fungal diseases. 6. Chlamydiosis. 7. Spirochetes.

"Poultry Diseases: At a Glance is written in a very simple and lucid manner so that everybody can read and understand the poultry diseases very easily. The book is useful for scientists, teachers, students, officers, diagnosticians and researchers as poultry diseases are of paramount importance and causing enormous economic losses in the poultry industry. The book has covered not only the diseases of infectious nature but also the metabolic and nutritional diseases. It contains the latest information in a very palatable manner so that everybody can make use of it with full potential. It will be equally useful to the poultry consultants, diagnosticians, pharmaceutical professionals and particularly student community to face the various internal, external, entrance and competitive examinations with a greater degree of confidence." (jacket)

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