What are samples of animals diseases?
- African horse sickness
- African swine fever
- Anaplasmosis in tick free areas
- Aujeszky's disease
- Australian bat lyssavirus
- Avian Influenza
- Avian tuberculosis
- Babesiosis in tick free areas
- Bluetongue (clinical disease)
- Borna disease
- Bovine Virus DiarrhoeaType 2
- Brucellosis - (B.abortus, B suis, B canis and B. melitensis)
- Chagas' disease (T cruzi)
- Classical swine fever
- Contagious agalactia
- Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia
- Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia
- Contagious equine metritis
- Crimean Congo Haemhorragic Fever
- Cysticercus bovis (Taenia saginata)
- Devil Facial Tumour Disease
- Duck virus enteritis (duck plague)
- Duck virus hepatitis
- East Coast Fever (Theileria parva) and Mediterranean Theilerosis (Theileria annulata)
- Encephalitides (tick-borne)
- Enzootic bovine leucosis
- Epizootic haemhorragic disease (clinical disease)
- Epizootic lymphangitis
- Enzootic abortion of ewes
- Equine encephalomyelitis (eastern, western and Venezuelan)
- Equine encephalosis
- Equine herpes-virus 1 - (abortigenic and neurological strains)
- Equine infectious anaemia
- Equine influenza
- Equine piroplasmosis (Babesia caballi and Theileria equi)
- Equine viral arteritis
- Foot and mouth disease
- Fowl typhoid
- Getah virus infection
- Haemorrhagic septicaemia
- Hendra virus infection
- Infectious bursal disease (hypervirulent and exotic antigenic variant forms)
- Japanese encephalitis
- Jembrana disease
- Leishmaniosis of any species
- Louping ill
- Lumpy skin disease
- Malignant catarrhal fever - (wildebeest-associated)
- Menangle virus infection
- Nairobi sheep disease
- Newcastle disease (virulent)
- Nipah virus infection
- Paratuberculosis (Johne's disease)
- Peste des petits ruminants
- Porcine enterovirus encephalomyelitis (Teschen)
- Porcine cysticercosis (C. cellulosae)
- Porcine myocarditis (Bungowannah virus infection)
- Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome
- Post-weaning multi-systemic wasting syndrome
- Potomac fever
- Pullorum disease (Salmonella pullorum)
- Pulmonary adenomatosis (Jaagsiekte)
- Rift Valley fever
- Salmonella enteritidis infection in poultry
- Salmonellosis (S. abortus-equi)
- Salmonellosis (S. abortus-ovis)
- Screw-worm fly - New World - (Cochliomyia hominivorax)
- Screw-worm fly - Old World - (Chrysomya bezziana)
- Sheep pox and goat pox
- Sheep scab
- Surra (Trypanosoma evansi)
- Swine influenza
- Swine vesicular disease
- Transmissible gastroenteritis
- Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (bovine spongiform encephalopathy, chronic wasting disease of deer, feline spongiform encephalopathy, scrapie)
- Trypanosomosis (tsetse fly associated)
- Tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis)
- Turkey rhinotracheitis (avian metapneumovirus)
- Vesicular exanthema
- Vesicular stomatitis
- Warble-fly myiasis
- Wesselsbron disease
- West Nile virus infection - clinical
- Acariasis tracheal mite (Acarapsis woodi)
- American foulbrood (Paenibacillus larvae)
- European foulbrood (Melissococcus pluten)
- Small hive beetle (Aethina tumida)
- Tropilaelaps mite (Tropilaelaps clareae)
- Varroasis (Varroa destructor)
- Varroasis (Varroa jacobsoni)
All animals carry diseases All animals can carry diseases!
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There are many animals that carry diseases. Rodents such as mice and rats carry a lot of diseases. Bird also carry diseases.
A pooled blood product is a collection of multiple donated blood samples in order to test 10 samples at a time to see whether the blood tests positive or negative for certain diseases. If negative, then the cost of testing the other 9 samples has been saved!
William Arthur Hagan has written: 'The infectious diseases of domestic animals' -- subject(s): Communicable diseases in animals, Livestock, Diseases
All animals have diseases specific to their species.
Some zoonotic diseases are found only in animals, while others (such as the flu) are shared with humans.
A. McDiarmid has written: 'Diseases of free-living wild animals' -- subject(s): Communicable diseases in animals
They get them from un-specified animals & plants.
Wild Animals and insects.
Yes , there are about 40 diseases that can be spread from animals to human ; These are known as Zoonoses . See related link below .
Many diseases are transmitted from animals to man. Such diseases are called as zoonoses. Rabies is noted example of such disease.
diseases are created by germs on animals or human, or even plants
B. M. Arora has written: 'A colour atlas of wildlife diseases and disorders' -- subject(s): Animals, Diseases 'A colour atlas of wildlife diseases and disorders' -- subject(s): Atlases, Animals, Diseases
Such animals are called as carriers. The same term is used for humans who carry communicable diseases but do not suffer from them.
Scientists inject diseases into the animals to see how long it takes for them to die or to see what kind of cures they can make for the diseases. Personally, i think it's wrong to test on animals.
There are several zoonotic diseases, or diseases that can be passed on from animals to humans. The most common ones out of all of them are rabies, anthrax, tapeworm, encephalitis, influenza, the virus Salmonella enterica, Q-fever, and plague.
You seem to be under the impression that there are "zoo-caused" diseases. The keeping of animals doesn't create new viruses, bacteria, or congenital diseases. However, since animals generally live longer in captivity, there is an increase in geriatric problems that are rarely seen in wild animals that don't live as long.
there wouldnt be any diseases if you didnt shove your penis uo there but
Americans should keep the country so that humans and animals don't get diseases or spread those horrible diseases Americans should keep the country so that humans and animals don't get diseases or spread those horrible diseases
Mark M. Rweyemamu has written: 'Infectious diseases' -- subject(s): Animals, Diseases, Plant diseases, Communicable diseases
There are many infectious diseases that can affect animals, some of these may be passed on to humans (zoonotic diseases). Infectious disease may be caused by; bacteria, viruses, protozoa, parasites and many other classes of pathogens.
Of coarse they can!! Animals drink the water infested with diseases and then they drink it, and get harmed by disease. Also if they swim in the water they will get sick.
A zoonotic disease is a disease spread between animals and people. Zoonotic diseases can be caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi.
Some of the animals that can get diseases in Zoo Tycoon 2 are rhinos and cats. The elephants can also get a disease called Pink Elephant.
Veterinarians cute diseases of the animals in much the same way that doctors cure people. They use testing, medication and sometimes surgery.
Because meat is made from wild animals and most animals get diseases from the filth of the wilderness and the region they reside. FYI: Most meat does NOT have diseases but it is likely that if you don't wash it and prepare it properly then it will be ridden with harmful bacteria and/or viruses.
To have your pet boarding in a petcare center, it will need to have vaccinations against certain diseases. The center will need proof that your pet is protected, otherwise diseases can spread between animals.
The science of the causes and effects of diseases, especially the branch of medicine that deals with the laboratory examination of samples of body tissue for diagnostic or forensic purposes.
what is a pathogen called that causes diseases in animals by forming protein clumps?
Why do agricultural inspectors check samples of grain with a microscope before permitting the grains?
Because the grains might have fungus diseases and a few of these diseases change the kernels of growing grain into bags of useless fungal spores. Farmers and gardeners spend millions of dollars on fungicides each year because of these diseases.
There are several social and economic implications of diseases in plants and animals. Specifically, if the plants and animals in an area are dying off, this poses a threat to the animals in other communities. Additionally, this may mean that people who farm or hunt the animals in these communities, are losing revenue.
There are several different diseases that cockroaches can spread to humans and other animals. Some of these diseases include dysentery, typhoid, poliomyelitis, and gastroenteritis.
Deborah Middleton has written: 'Exotic infectious diseases of sheep' -- subject(s): Sheep, Communicable diseases in animals, Diseases
Yes, you actually only need one eukaryotic cell (the one that has a nucleus).
Smallpox is a strictly human disease, it is not carried by animals. It is also extinct in the wild, although laboratory samples still exist.
Several fungal diseases of animals include Candida (yeast), Blastomycoses, and Coccidiodomycoses.
veterinary Microbiology- This branch involves study of microbes that causes diseases in animals.
animals are harmful at times because they can steal your food and carry harmful diseases
Animals die from old age and diseases
It depends on the disease.
Diseases and other animals
Zoopathology is the study and science of the diseases of animals.
a tick is a vector for diseases such as lyme disease, so it can trasmit diseases from animals (deer) to humans in this case.
only if the toad had the disease then yes but all animals and bugs can carry diseases depending on the circumstances
Rinderpest and Smallpox are the only two in history to be considered fully wiped out, although there are some samples of the Smallpox virus being stored in a lab.
well if your talking infectious diseases then probably none but without regular excercise arthreitis can set in making it difficult for many animals to go about there regular routine.
Hi. Diseases that are caused by bacteria in animals are as follows: Tuberculosis, Lyme Disease, Leprosy, vibrosis Hope this helps you as much as it helped me.
Diseases passed to humans from animals are called zoonoses.