Definitions

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  • noun pathology infection by bacteria of the genus Chlamydia

Etymologies

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chlamydia +‎ -osis

Examples

  • The listed disease programs for which a PIN will be required include: oTuberculosis oBrucellosis oJohne's disease oPseudorabies oScrapie oChronic Wasting Disease oLow pathogenic Avian Influenza of the H5/H7 strains oCommunicable diseases in horses, asses, ponies, mules, and zebras, which would include equine Infectious Anemia oTexas (splenetic) fever in cattle oScabies in cattle oExotic Newcastle disease and chlamydiosis oPoultry health as addressed in the National Poultry Improvement Plan oSwine Health

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  • Her condition was 'urogenital chlamydiosis' and is caused by a infection of the intracellular bacteria in the genus

    WN.com - Articles related to Federal report faults Dallas Zoo in zebra death

  • Her condition was 'urogenital chlamydiosis' and is caused by a infection of the intracellular bacteria in the genus

    WN.com - Articles related to Federal report faults Dallas Zoo in zebra death

  • Sam recovered from the third-degree burns she received to her paws in the Mirboo North fires in the lead up to February 7, but was later euthanised due to chlamydiosis, a disease that is widespread in koalas and is exacerbated by loss of habitat.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Sam recovered from the third-degree burns she received to her paws in the Mirboo North fires in the lead up to February 7, but was later euthanised due to chlamydiosis, a disease that is widespread in koalas and is exacerbated by loss of habitat.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Her condition was 'urogenital chlamydiosis' and is caused by a infection of the intracellular bacteria in the genus Chlamydia, which is transmitted via sexual activity and also vertically to offspring.

    WN.com - Articles related to Federal report faults Dallas Zoo in zebra death

  • Exotic Newcastle disease and chlamydiosis (9 CFR Part 82)

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  • But shelter spokeswoman Peita Elkhorne said yesterday that Sam had developed abdominal cysts due to a disease called urogenital chlamydiosis, which affects up to 50 per cent of Australia's koala population.

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  • The 4-year-old koala had developed the cysts associated with urogenital chlamydiosis, which affects more than 50 percent of Australia's koala population.

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  • Exotic Newcastle disease and chlamydiosis (9 CFR Part 82)

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