AVM volume 11, issue 1, P3-15 2018 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v11i1.12 View full text
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Aleksandar Pavlićević, Radomir Ratajac, Danijela Horvatek Tomić, Igor Stojanov, Igor Pavlović

Abstract: The generally accepted approach to D. gallinae control is based on the control of infestations. The reduction of D. gallinae infection to an acceptable level can temporarily prevent its harmful effects on the health status ofpoultry. However, the reduced number of D. gallinae continues to persist in poultry environment resulting in an intensive increase of infestation rate and consequent transmission of infectious and contagious diseases. Contrary to suppression, the eradication approach completely eliminates …

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