Mycoses in animals: fungal characteristics and prevention strategies

Subha Ganguly, Shivchand Yadav

Abstract


There are various mycotic diseases of veterinary importance affecting the domestic animals. The diagnosis of the causative fungi or yeast responsible for those infections is essential in veterinary microbiological laboratories for confirmative diagnosis followed by its treatment and control. 


Keywords


Animals, Control and prevention, Fungus, Mycoses

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26510/2394-0859.pbe.2017.13

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