Bacteriose de Interesse em Avicultura e Saúde Pública

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Estudo das principais infecções bacterianas de interesse em avicultura e saúde pública. 1. Aspectos microbiolóigicos, epidemiológicos, higiênico-sanitárias e de prevenção e controle de infecções bacterianas de interesse em avicultura e saúde pública. 2. Infecções causadas por bactérias dos gêneros Salmonella, Escherichia, Clostridium, Campylobacter, Staphylococcus, Strepetococcus, Aeromonas e Pseudomonas.

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Informações adicionais

  • Nível: MESTRADO, DOUTORADO
  • Créditos: 5
  • Docente: Angelo Berchieri Junior
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