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The occurrence of disease in wild birds associated with Bact. para-coli


, : The occurrence of disease in wild birds associated with Bact. para-coli. Vet. Rec, 66: 460-462

Infection with members of the paracolon group of organisms was detected in a wood pigeon and in a partridge. The author suggested that some of the temporary indefinite reactions to the agglutination test for Salmonella pullorum infection met with in accredited flocks of domestic poultry may be associated with these organisms.

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