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Research (Published online: 31-07-2014)

18. The comparative analysis of infection pattern and oocyst output in Eimeria tenella, E. maxima and E. acervulina in young broiler chicken - Myung-Jo You
Veterinary World, 7(7): 542-547

 

 

   doi: 10.14202/vetworld.2014.542-547

 


Myung-Jo You:
Laboratory of Veterinary Parasitology, College of Veterinary Medicine and Bio-safety Research Centre, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju 561-756, Republic of Korea; tick@chonbuk.ac.kr, Phone no. +82 63 270 3887, Fax. +82 63 270 3780.


Received: 25-04-2014, Revised: 21-06-2014, Accepted: 27-06-2014, Published online: 31-07-2014

 

Corresponding author: Myung-Jo You, email: tick@chonbuk.ac.kr





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