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a national study of us bird banders for evidence of avian influenza virus infections.previously we have found that midwestern us wildlife biologists, poultry farmers, veterinarians, and duck hunters have had evidence of avian influenza virus infections (aivs).201121530384
hopes for sgr fix now rest with lame-duck session in november. 200617334137
vertebrate host specificity and experimental vectors of plasmodium (novyella) kempi sp. n. from the eastern wild turkey in iowa.vertebrate host specificity, experimental laboratory vectors, and a description of plasmodium (novyella) kempi sp. n. from eastern wild turkeys (meleagris gallopavo silvestris vieillot) in iowa are presented. plasmodium kempi is infective for domestic turkeys, bobwhites (colinus virginianus), chukars (alectoris graeca), guinea fowl (numida meleagris), peacocks (pavo cristatus), and canaries (serinus canaria), produces a transient infection in mallards (anas platyrhynchos) and domestic geese (ans ...19836644918
pesticide and mercury levels in migrating duck populations. 19715153792
epizootiology of avian influenza--simultaneous monitoring of sentinel ducks and turkeys in minnesota.isolation-reared mallards (anas platyrhynchos) were placed on ponds in turkey-rearing areas in minnesota, and their cloacae were periodically swabbed to attempt isolating virus from embryonated chicken eggs. nearby turkeys were sampled by taking cloacal and tracheal swabs as well as blood samples. hemagglutinating viruses were identified at the national veterinary services laboratory, u.s. department of agriculture, ames, iowa. during this two-year study, the weekly influenza virus-isolation rat ...19836847552
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