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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 5)
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Ethnoveterinary Knowledge of Azarbaijanian People about the Terminology and Pathogenesis of the Animal Infectious Diseases: A Historical and Modern Review of Iranian Native Veterinary Medicine

Jalal Shayegh and Peyman Mikaili
Corresponding Author:  Peyman Mikaili 

Key words:  Ancient terminology, azerbaijan, ethnomedicine, Iran, traditional remedies, veterinary,
Vol. 3 , (5): 316-321
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2011 July, 28 2011 September, 25 2011 October, 15
Abstract:

This a unique report about the ethnoveterinary knowledge of Azarbaijanian people about the terminology and pathogenesis of the animal infectious diseases in folkloric literature and the part of literature which has prolonged among the villagers and conserved its own existence but its terms have not registered in their written forms. Collecting and reviewing these terms about the animal diseases put an apparent persistence on the long experience among native Azerbaijani people (Iran) in its veterinarian aspect. We tried our best to have a good clarification over these terms.
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Jalal Shayegh and Peyman Mikaili, 2011. Ethnoveterinary Knowledge of Azarbaijanian People about the Terminology and Pathogenesis of the Animal Infectious Diseases: A Historical and Modern Review of Iranian Native Veterinary Medicine.  International Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 3(5): 316-321.
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