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- n. Any disease caused by infection with bacteria of the genus Pasteurella
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- n. An acute infectious disease characterized by pneumonia and blood infection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A generic name including a group of highly fatal infectious diseases in different species of animals, characterized by sudden onset, rapid course, marked hyperthermia, accelerated breathing and pulse, and caused by bacilli of the hemorrhagic septicemia group.
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- n. an acute infectious disease characterized by pneumonia and blood infection
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They are also susceptible to cholera (pasteurellosis) and botulism, either of which may wipe out entire flocks.
Buffaloes are more susceptible to it than cattle and die in large numbers where pasteurellosis occurs.
Pasteurellosis - Probably the water buffalo's most serious disease, pasteurellosis, or hemorrhagic septicemia, is caused by the bacterium Pasteurella multocida (P. septica).
A vaccine against pasteurellosis is effective in protecting both buffaloes and cattle; it is cheap and easily made.
• Beri cukup kolostrum pada anak kambing baru lahir • Isolasi kambing yang sakit •Vaksinasi untuk pasteurellosis Disusun oleh: LM.