epizootology

epizootiology, epizootology

the science concerned with the factors involved in the occurrence and spread of animal diseases. — epizootiologic, epizootiological, adj.
See also: Animals
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So, the study of the epizootology of ruminant animals' trematodoses and freshwater fauna is closely interrelated and the provision of quality products and profitability of cattle breeding in endemic areas is impossible without comprehensive knowledge about ecology of the gastropods.
Studies on the incidence, epizootology and development of effective vaccines for the control of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia, contagious agalactia in sheep and goats in Balochistan.
An overview of the epidemiology and epizootology of brucellosis in selected countries of Central and Southeast Europe.
50 bacteria strains were studied: 33 strains of Listeria (17--L.monocytogenes 10--L.innocua, 2--L.seeligeri, 3--L.welshimeri, 4 L.grayi, 3--L.ivanovii) and reference strains of other genera stored in the museum of the department of Department of Microbiology, Virology, Epizootology and Veterinary-Sanitary Evaluation of Food Products of Ulyanovsk State Agricultural Academy Named After P.A.
Khan (2007): Epidemiology and epizootology of brucellosis: A review.
Theoretical and practical training of heads and chief epizootology specialists of all regional offices of the NADIS system were held," the Minister said.
Epizootology of internal parasites in lambs and ewes during periparturient period in Kentucky in 1986.
The long-term endemicity of influenza (H5N1) virus in poultry in Egypt has generated substantial viral genetic and antigenic diversity, as has been seen in other areas (1-3), yet the ecology and epizootology of the virus in the various poultry sectors remains unknown.