Means birds aged not more than 72 hours after hatching.
Means the irreversible loss of brain activity demonstrable by the loss of brain stem reflexes.
Removal of bark from round wood (debarking does not necessarily make the wood bark-free) [FAO, 1990]
Survey conducted to establish the boundaries of an area considered to be infested by or free from a pest [FAO, 1990]
Survey conducted in an area to determine if pests are present [FAO, 1990, revised FAO, 1995]
Keeping a consignment in official custody or confinement, as a phytosanitary measure (see quarantine) [FAO, 1990; revised FAO, 1995; CEPM, 1999; ICPM, 2005]
A procedure rendering plants or plant products incapable of germination, growth or further reproduction [ICPM, 2001]
Means determination of the nature of a disease.
ort-distance dispersal … considered to be primarily between adjacent, or nearly adjacent, environments.
Means blood or water from the slaughtering or processing of aquatic animals.