The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science

Vol.80, No.4 April 2018

Vol.80, No.4 April 2018
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Microbiological identification and analysis of waterfowl livers collected from backyard farms in southern China

Rongchang LIU et al. (pp. 667–671)

Ducks infected with Muscovy duck parvovirus (MDPV) or goose parvovirus (GPV) causing the newly emerged “Dwarf Syndrome”. A) Mule duck infection with MDPV results in dwarfism (age: 37 days); B) Mule duck infection with MDPV results in short beak (age: 37 days); C) Cherry Valley duck infection with GPV results in dwarfism (age: 41 days); D) Cherry Valley duck infected with GPV results in short beak and protruding tongue (age: 41 days). All the “Dwarf Syndrome” ducks are indicated by “▲”.

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