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Escherichiosis (colibacteriosis) is a spring disease of bee colonies caused by Escherichia coli and accompanied by the death of adult bees. Distributed where there is a high concentration of animals
Etiology. The causative agent is a tagged Escherichia coli.- gram-negative, motile and motionless bacillus 0.4-0.6 x 1-3 microns in size. Spore and capsules do not form an optional aerobic.
It has many serovariants that differ in antigenic structure, which are established using specific sera.
Symptoms and course are approximately the same as with salmonellosis.
Abdomen enlarged, diarrhea.
The diagnosis is made on the basis of epizootological data, clinical signs and the results of bacteriological analysis.
If the selected microorganisms are not typed, they put a biological test on bees in cages. The diagnosis is considered positive if the isolated E. coli has an antigenic composition or pathogenicity is determined.
Differential diagnosis: exclude salmonellosis, nosematosis.
Treatment. Chlortetracycline, chloramphenicol, gentamicin, streptomycin 0.2 g / l, 1-2 days before recovery.
Prevention and control measures. As with salmonellosis.
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Escherichiosis (lat., English. - Escherichiosis; Escherichiosis) - a disease of adult bees, characterized by diarrhea and death as a result of sepsis. The causative agent of the disease. The causative agent of escherichiosis (colibacteriosis) of bees is Escherichia coli (E. coli), which does not differ in properties from the causative agent of the disease in animals (see part 1, Escherichiosis). Honey bee, bumblebees, like most others
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- Salmonellosis and other acute intestinal diarrheal infections
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- Toxicosis with Exicosis
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- differential diagnosis and treatment
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- Edematous Piggy
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- LABORATORY DIAGNOSTICS
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- Respiratory Mycoplasmosis
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