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Poultry Physiology and Diseases
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Poultry diseases are diseases that afflict poultry. Poultry diseases are diseases that afflict poultry. The eradication of poultry disease is very important to the poultry industry. Major types of poultry include chicken, turkey, duck, ostrich, cornish game hen, etc. A list of major poultry diseases includes coccidiosis.streptococcosis, staphylococcosis, spyrochetosis, erysipelas, lysteriosis, pasteurellosis, infectious coryza, bordetellosis, moraxellosis, infections caused by E. coli (colisepticemia, coligranulomatosis), typhoid infections, specific salmonellosis of poultry, avian arizonosois, tuberculosis, borelliosis, leptospyrosis, campylobacteriosis, erysipelas, infections by aeromonas, clostridiosis, avian mycoplasmosis, avian chlamydiosis. The eradication of poultry disease is very important to the poultry industry. Major types of poultry include chicken, turkey, duck, ostrich, cornish game hen, etc. A list of major poultry diseases includes coccidiosis. Related Journals of Poultry Physiology and Diseases Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, Human-Wildlife Interactions, Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation Wildlife Conservation Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting wild plant and animal species and their habitats. The goal of wildlife conservation is to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and also to recognize the importance of wildlife and wilderness for humans and other species alike. Wildlife conservation is an activity in which people make conscious efforts to protect earth’s biological diversity. In the U.S., there are legislations that aim to conserve wildlife and endangered species. The African Elephant Conservation Act, Airborne Hunting Act, Bald Eagle Protection Act, and Migratory Bird Conservation Act are examples of such legislations. Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting wild plant and animal species and their habitats

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