coccidial

coccidial

 [kok-sid´e-al]
of, pertaining to, or caused by Coccidia.

coc·cid·i·al

(kok-sid'ē-ăl),
Relating to coccidia.

coc·cid·i·al

(kok-sid'ē-ăl)
Relating to coccidia.

coccidial

of, pertaining to, or caused by Coccidia.
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Birds received one of the following six treatments: At day 15 of age, half birds received coccidial challenge while the other half had the treatment without challenge which yielded 10 treatments as follow: 1) Negative control, 2) Coccidial challenge (positive control), 3) Elancoban (0.
Control of coccidial infections: Coccidial infection has multiple effects on the GIT that predispose birds to NE.
The prevalence and seasonal distribution of coccidial parasites of woodchucks (Marmota monax).
El desafio coccidial se realizo el dia 14 de edad, por via oral, empleando canulas oroingluviales de acceso al buche del ave (Martinez, 2012).
Diagnosis was based on history, typical clinical signs and presence of coccidial oocysts in feces (Fig.
Effects of whole wheat substitution in broiler diets and viscosity on a coccidial infection in broilers, British Poult.
La coccidioidomicosis (CDM), conocida tambien como enfermedad de California, fiebre del Valle de San Joaquin, enfermedad de Posadas --Wernicke y granuloma coccidial, es una micosis sistemica, endemica del continente americano, producida por un hongo dimorfico descrito por primera vez en Argentina en 1892 por Alejandro Posadas, estudiante de medicina que trabajaba en el laboratorio del Dr.
Peripheral blood leucocyte response to coccidial infection: a comparison of the response in rats and chickens and its correlation with resistance to reinfection.
Melanin-based plumage coloration in the house finch is unaffected by coccidial infection.