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Definition of Foulbrood
1. [n -S]
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1. Income Opportunities in Special Forest Products: Self-Help Suggestions for by Margaret G. Thomas (1994)
"Most common brood diseases are American foulbrood, European foulbrood, and chalk brood. Among adult bees, Nosema disease is one of the most serious. ..."
2. Micro-organisms and Disease: An Introduction to the Study of Specific Micro by Edward Klein (1896)
"Bacillus of foulbrood.—Messrs. F. Cheshire and Watson Cheyne described (Microsc. Journ., August, 1885) a peculiar bacillus, bacillus alvei, which occurs in ..."
3. Agricultural Bacteriology: A Study of the Relation of Bacteria to by H[erbert] W[illiam] Conn (1901)
"foulbrood of Bees.—The only other bacterial disease of animals which we need mention is that quite common in beehives, known as foulbrood. ..."
4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1919)
"In a paper "Further Studies on American foulbrood " to be published in the Journal of Agricultural Research reference is made to the employment of such ..."