Coccidiosis in Poultry Technical Articles
Article published the August 24, 2020:
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Article published the February 10, 2020:
Avian coccidiosis is one of the most costly infectious diseases affecting the commercial poultry industry . Coccidia that infect chickens include Eimeria acervulina, E. tenella, E. maxima, E. b...
Article published the January 6, 2020:
Avian coccidiosis is caused by seven species of Eimeria protozoa (E. acervulina, E. maxima, E. tenella, E. mitis, E. necatrix, E. praecox, and E. brunetti) that differ in pathogenicity and immunog...
Article published the December 18, 2019:
Coccidiosis is considered one of the most important poultry diseases worldwide due to the economic losses it produces in performance and due to medication usage (Williams, 2002; Dalloul and Lilleh...
Article published the December 10, 2019:
Avian coccidiosis impairs the growth and feed efficiency of infected chickens . There were evidences that resistance to avian coccidiosis is associated with inheritance and coccidiosis resistant ...
Article published the September 18, 2019:
Avian coccidiosis is major parasitic disease of high economic concern in the poultry industry worldwide and is caused by at least seven distinct species of Eimeria apicomplexan protozoa that infec...
Article published the September 3, 2019:
Coccidiosis is a ubiquitous intestinal protozoan infection of poultry seriously impairing the growth and feed utilization of infected animals (Lillehoj et al., 2007; Lillehoj and Lillehoj, 2000). ...
Article published the August 5, 2019:
The apicomplexan E.acervulina specifically infects the duodenum resulting in diarrhea, poor feed conversion, and reduced body weight gain, thereby incurring large economic losses to the poultry indu...