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Contents include:

Avian Mycosis Caused by Dermatophytes 25 1.1. Avian Favus 25 2. Avian Mycosis Caused by Yeasts 36 2.1. Avian Candidosis 36 2.2. Avian Cryptococcosis 61 2.3. Avian Macrorhabdiosis 82 2.4. Avian Rhodotorulosis 105 3. Avian Mycosis Caused by Moulds 106 3.1. Avian aspergillosis 106 3.2. Avian mucormycosis 198 3.3. Avian dactylariosis (mycotic encephalitis) 206 4. Avian Mycotoxicosis 215 4.1. Aflatoxicosis (AF) 215 4.2. Ochratoxicosis (OT) 301 4.3. Sterigmatocystin (STC) mycotoxicosis 370 4.4. Cyclopiazonic acid (CPA) mycotoxicosis 386 4.5. Citrinin (CTN) mycotoxicosis 407 4.6. Penicillic acid (PA) mycotoxicosis 434 4.7. Avian fusariotoxicosis 446 4.7.1. Deoxynivalenol (DON) mycotoxicosis 459 4.7.2. Fumonisin (FB1) mycotoxicosis 503 4.7.3. Moniliformin (M) mycotoxicosis 549 4.7.4. T-2 mycotoxicosis 573 4.7.5. Fusaric acid (FA) mycotoxicosis 616 4.7.6. Zearalenone (ZEN) mycotoxicosis 637 4.8. Oosporein Toxicosis (Avian gout) 647 4.9. Avian ergotism 65. 675 p.

 

Authors expertises affiliations

  • Mohamed K Refai, Professor. Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza (Egypt).
  • Amir Elbatrawi, Professor. Department of Poultry Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza (Egypt).
  • Gamil Osman, Professor. Department of Poultry Diseases, Animal Health Research Institute, Dokki District, Giza (Egypt). Et al...



  • Publisher: Not mentioned
  • Publication date (print): 2016-06
  • ISBN: Monograph published without ISBN

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