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Эпизоотологические аспекты паразитозов в формировании устойчивости диких животных (обзор)

https://doi.org/10.47612/2224-168X-2021-1-3-8

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Аннотация

Анализ источников литературы показывает актуальность изучения эпизоотологических данных, позволяющих определить влияние паразитозов на формирование устойчивости диких животных.

Об авторах

С. В. Полоз
РУП «Институт рыбного хозяйства» РУП «НПЦ НАН Беларуси по животноводству»
Беларусь
кандидат ветеринарных наук

г. Минск



И. И. Стрельченя
РУП «Институт экспериментальной ветеринарии им. С.Н. Вышелесского»
Беларусь
кандидат ветеринарных наук, доцент

г. Минск



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Для цитирования:


Полоз С.В., Стрельченя И.И. Эпизоотологические аспекты паразитозов в формировании устойчивости диких животных (обзор). Эпизоотология Иммунобиология Фармакология Санитария. 2021;(1):3-8. https://doi.org/10.47612/2224-168X-2021-1-3-8

For citation:


Poloz S.V., Strelchenya I.I. Episootological as-pects of parasitosis in the formation of re-sistance of wild animals (review). Epizootology Immunobiology Pharmacology Sanitation. 2021;(1):3-8. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.47612/2224-168X-2021-1-3-8

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