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aviculture

the rearing of birds, usually caged birds.
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Gardiner, treasurer of the Avicultural Society of Great Britain, had access to a Lloyds Bank main computer which let him move customers' cash into his account.
Samples were collected from 15 domestic pigeons kept in a private collection (Calera de Tango) (collection A), 21 psittacine and gallinaceous birds kept in a private avicultural collection (Calera de Tango) (collection B), 52 psittacine and passerine birds maintained in a private collection (Padre Hurtado) (collection C), and 25 native psittacine birds kept in a rehabilitation center of wild fauna (Cajon del Maipo).
Avicultural Magazine 57:157-182; 58:8-17, 61-72, 86-94, 172-184; 59:24-34, 80-91.
Loxahatchee, FL: Avicultural Breeding and Research Center; 1992:5-1-5-9.
20) At one avicultural facility, sliced produce left exposed for 24 to 48 hours grew coliforms, E coli, and Pseudomonas species when maintained at room temperature for 24 to 48 hours.