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Wild birds as vectors for disease between farm and aquatic environments.

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Wild birds as vectors for disease between farm and aquatic environments. / Jones, Keith.

Proceedings of the Society for Applied Microbiology summer conference on pathogens in the environment and changing ecosystems. 2002.

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Jones, K 2002, Wild birds as vectors for disease between farm and aquatic environments. in Proceedings of the Society for Applied Microbiology summer conference on pathogens in the environment and changing ecosystems.

APA

Jones, K. (2002). Wild birds as vectors for disease between farm and aquatic environments. In Proceedings of the Society for Applied Microbiology summer conference on pathogens in the environment and changing ecosystems

Vancouver

Jones K. Wild birds as vectors for disease between farm and aquatic environments. In Proceedings of the Society for Applied Microbiology summer conference on pathogens in the environment and changing ecosystems. 2002

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Jones, Keith. / Wild birds as vectors for disease between farm and aquatic environments. Proceedings of the Society for Applied Microbiology summer conference on pathogens in the environment and changing ecosystems. 2002.

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