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by: Emily Weiler

Diseases NRES 250

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Intro to Fish and Wildlife
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Diseases and wildlife
Intro to Fish and Wildlife
Shelli Dubay
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Weiler on Tuesday October 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to NRES 250 at a university taught by Shelli Dubay in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 43 views.

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Date Created: 10/20/15
Diseases Pathogens and Parasites Introduction to Wildlife and Fisheries An Integrated Approach Disease any departure from health Disease agent physical chemical Pathogens disease causing biological agents Pathogens and parasites can be 0 Viruses bacteria protozoans fungi and helminthes Can be internal or external Epizootics large scale outbreaks Enzootics lowlevel chronic disease problems White tailed deer are susceptible to epizootic hemorrhage disease caused by a virus CWD is a transmissible neurological disease in deer and elk Fish are prone to bacterial diseases such as BKD bacterial kidney disease Treatment of diseases is very expensive and is often questioned by the public as being too costly and not worth it Other people such as animal rights activists advocates for letting them be and not intervening When large populations of animals are present there is more opportunity for diseases to spread This can happen when stocking of sh occurs Exotic organisms can introduce diseases that our natives may not be able to fend off


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