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Kokcydiozy swin


, : Kokcydiozy swin. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 58(12): 921-924

The article is a review of literature dealing with the prevalence, diagnosis, prophylactics and treatment of coccidia invasions (Eimeria and Isospora type) in various age groups of swine.

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