Articles by author - Ha HJ

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Concurrent avian malaria and avipox virus infection in translocated South Island saddlebacks (Philesturnus carunculatus carunculatus)
Authors: Hale KA, Howe L, Ha HJ, Cash W, Alley MR
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 58, Issue 4, pp 218-223, Aug 2010
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Avian, Wildlife
Subject terms: Disease/defect, Disease surveillance, Infectious disease, Integument/skin/wool/hair/fur/feather, Mortality/morbidity, Protozoa, Viral
Article class: Clinical Communication
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The prevalence of beak and feather disease virus infection in wild populations of parrots and cockatoos in New Zealand
Authors: Springett BP, Ha HJ, Anderson IL, Gartrell BD, Alley MR
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 55, Issue 5, pp 235-238, Oct 2007
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Avian
Subject terms: Integument/skin/wool/hair/fur/feather, Disease/defect, Biosecurity, Breed/breeding, Viral, Infectious disease, Disease surveillance, Epidemiology
Article class: Scientific Article
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Re: The prevalence of beak and feather disease virus infection in wild populations of parrots and cockatoos in New Zealand
Authors: Springett BP, Ha HJ, Anderson IL, Gartrell BD, Alley MR
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 55, Issue 6, pp 361, Dec 2007
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Avian
Subject terms: Integument/skin/wool/hair/fur/feather, Disease/defect, Biosecurity, Breed/breeding, Viral, Infectious disease, Disease surveillance, Epidemiology
Article class: Erratum / Corrections
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The prevalence of psittacine beak and feather disease virus infection in native parrots in New Zealand
Authors: Howe L, Ha HJ, Cahill JI, Gartrell BD, Alley MR
Publication: New Zealand Veterinary Journal, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp 50-52, Feb 2009
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Animal type: Avian, Wildlife
Subject terms: Integument/skin/wool/hair/fur/feather, Disease/defect, Biosecurity, Viral, Infectious disease, Disease surveillance, Epidemiology
Article class: Short Communication