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Tracking domestic ducks : a novel approach for documenting poultry market chains in the context of avian influenza transmission

Tracking domestic ducks : a novel approach for documenting poultry market chains in the context of avian influenza transmission

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CHOI, Chang-Yong, John Y TAKEKAWA, Ying LIU, Martin WIKELSKI, Georg HEINE, Diann J PROSSER, Scott H NEWMAN, John EDWARDS, Fusheng GUO, Xiangming XIAO, 2016. Tracking domestic ducks : a novel approach for documenting poultry market chains in the context of avian influenza transmission. In: Journal of Integrative Agriculture. 15(7), pp. 1584-1594. eISSN 2095-3119. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S2095-3119(15)61292-8

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