Jackwood


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n.1.Wood of the jack (Artocarpus integrifolia), used in cabinetwork.
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La vacunacion se basa en dos enfoques diferentes, uno es la proteccion de las aves jovenes de la enfermedad subclinica mediante la inmunidad pasiva transmitida por la madre y el otro es la inmunidad activa utilizando vacunas vivas para la evitar la enfermedad clinica, donde el principal problema es determinar el tiempo adecuado de vacunacion que permita la replicacion adecuada del virus de la vacuna y que proteja a las aves de la enfermedad (Van der Berg et al., 1991; Jackwood, 2009; Banda, 2011).
It is ubiquitous in commercial chicken producing regions and economically important worldwide (Jackwood and Wit, 2014).
[11] JONES, C.; NEWBY, T; HOLT T,; DOSTER A,; STONE, M.; CIACCI-ZANELLA J; WEBSTER, C.J.; JACKWOOD, M.W.
These anti-peptide antibodies have been used as a source of safe, non-infectious reagents in immunoassays for sero-diagnosis of Hepatitis C virus (Simmonds et al, 1993), Infectious Bronchitis virus (Jackwood and Hilt, 1995), Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) virus (Saravanan et al, 2004a, b), Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) virus (Dechamma et al, 2006), herpes simplex virus1 (Ran et al, 2014).
Jackwood, "Infectious bursal disease," in A Laboratory Manual for the Isolation and Identification of Avian Pathogens, D.
Jackwood, "Field isolates of transmissible gastroenteritis virus differ at the molecular level from the miller and purdue virulent and attenuated strains and from porcine respiratory coronaviruses," Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, vol.
O genero e separado em tres grupos de acordo com suas caracteristicas geneticas e antigenicas, sendo o VBI pertencente ao grupo 3 (MCKINLEY et al., 2008) e os patogenos desse grupo sao exclusivos de aves (JACKWOOD et al., 2003).
Stage depictions of stock Yankee and black characters showed how the Yankee's compassion for slaves humanized market capitalism in Jonathan Postfree (1807), Love and Friendship (1807), The Liberty Tree (1832), and Neighbor Jackwood (1857).
His works include two antislavery novels--Neighbor Jackwood (1857) and Cudjo's Cave (1864)--and a non-fiction book about the ravages of the Civil War: A Picture of the Desolated States; and the Work of Restoration, 1865-1868 (1868).