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Infectious diseases associated with relation between humans and wildlife - consideration on wild bird mortality and bird-feeding

By D. Fukui

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2013
Publication Title Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine
Volume 18
Issue 2
Pages 41-48
ISBN/ISSN 1342-6133
Language Japanese
Author Address The Commission on Countermeasures to Infectious Diseases, Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, the Commission on Countermeasures to Wildlife, Japan Veterinary Medical Association, Asahikawa Asahiyama Zoological Park & Wildlife Conservation Center, Kuranauma, Higashiasahikawa-cho, Asahikawa 078-8205, Japan.
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Tags
  1. Animal ecology
  2. Animal nutrition
  3. Animals
  4. APEC countries
  5. Asia
  6. Avian influenza
  7. Bacteria
  8. Biodiversity
  9. Biological resources
  10. Birds
  11. Conservation
  12. Countries
  13. Developed countries
  14. Diseases
  15. Epidemiology
  16. Human influenza
  17. Humans
  18. Infectious diseases
  19. Japan
  20. Livestock
  21. Mammals
  22. Men
  23. mortality
  24. OECD countries
  25. outbreaks
  26. pathogens
  27. population density
  28. Primates
  29. prokaryotes
  30. Relationships
  31. Risk Assessment
  32. RNA
  33. Salmonella
  34. Tourism and travel
  35. vertebrates
  36. Virus diseases
  37. wastes
  38. Wild animals
  39. wildlife conservation
  40. Zoonoses