Psittaciformes


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Psittaciformes

the order of birds which includes the parrots.
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Phylogeny of beak and feather disease virus in cockatoos demonstrates host generalism and multiple-variant infections within Psittaciformes. Virology.
Psittacosis or parrot fever is a disease caused by Chlamydophila psittaci, a Gram-negative coccus and obligate intracellular bacteria [9] and has been reported to be most common in orders Psittaciformes and Columbiformes.
En el presente estudio los cinco ejemplares de Mustella putorios furo se encontraban en contacto permanente con las excretas de Psittacula krameri, siendo este un mecanismo de transmision para cualquier especie de la familia Chlamydiaceae que posea como reservorio Psittaciformes. Por ello, es ineludible la aplicacion de tecnicas moleculares para la deteccion de especies Chlamydiales.
The DNA sequences were taken from present study or from NCBI databank; Phylogram is based on ND2 gene sequences of Psittaciformes indicating the molecular classification of the Pakistani rose-ringed parakeet parakeets (including those endemic in other provinces of Pakistan) are clearly warranted.
We also studied the parakeet (budgerigar; order Psittaciformes), a bird found in the wild and in households as a pet, that is known to support the replication of other subtypes of influenza (16-18).
The literature available is mainly directed to the most popular bird orders, such as Psittaciformes and Passeriformes (see: Allgayer & Cziulik, 2007), and mammals bred for the meat market (see: Lopes et al., 2004, Nogueira et al., 2010).
Four birds, a falcon (Falconidae falco), chikore [Chukar partridge (Alectoris chukar)] and two parrots (Phaethontidae psittaciformes) were presented with trauma history and inability to fly.
As neoplasias tem sido mais comumente descritas em Psittaciformes (3,6%), seguido dos Galliformes (1,41%), Anseriformes (0,89%) e Passeriformes (0,46%).