Chlamydiosis, Biology

CHLAMYDIOSIS
Amongst various causes of morbidity and mortality chlamydiosis is recognized as one of the important infectious conditions and emerging as threat to the livestock due to various disease manifestations and disease syndromes. It has gained an importance and considered as one of the agents responsible for infecting both dams and offsprings, causing production losses due to perinatal morality, abortions, pneumonia, polyarthritis, conjunctivitis, encephalitis, genital infections etc.

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