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Sub-clinical infection with Salmonella in chickens differentially affects behaviour and welfare in three inbred strains.

Abstract:

1. Much evidence exists detailing how animals respond to pathogen challenge, yet information explaining how the various behavioural, immunological, and physiological systems in chickens interplay during such challenges remains limited. 2. To gain an understanding of this interplay while controlling for genetic variation, the current study collected a variety of behavioural, physiological and immunological measures from three inbred lines (P, O and N) of laying hens before and after a sub-clin...

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Journal:
British poultry science
Volume:
51
Issue:
6
Pages:
703-713
Publication date:
2010-12-05
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EISSN:
1466-1799
ISSN:
0007-1668
URN:
uuid:d0fe717d-6465-431c-9a35-58657e3a85ae
Source identifiers:
133226
Local pid:
pubs:133226

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