Scientific Works Series C. Veterinary Medicine

PRINT ISSN 1222-5304, ISSN-L: 2065-1295, ISSN CD: 2343-9394,ISSN ONLINE 2067-3663
 

ENVIROMENTAL PROTECTION OF BIODIVERSITY WITH IMPLICATION IN COMPARATIV ECOPATOLOGY

Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LXI
Written by Iudith IPATE, Alexandru BOGDAN, Constanța STRASSER, Simona IVANA, Horatiu STRASSER, Janos SEREGI, Nicolae IPATE, Gabriela DAVID, Janos TOSSENBERGER

United Nations (UN) has designated the period 2011-2020 as the "United Nations Decade dedicated to biodiversity". The main implications on health status in relation to biodiversity include: health and nutrition security, infectious diseases, medical science and resource development of drugs at social and psychological health and spiritual wellbeing. Bio-security of natural resources is a major need food as a sustainable economy must respect "offer" ecosystems. Requests exceeded global sustainable productivity of natural systems with over 50% of humanity consumes more natural resources since 2007. Food poisoning is a re-emerging health problem, according to reports of drug prevention and control the national and European of communicable diseases which shows an increase in the number of foodborne illnesses caused by microorganisms such as Salmonella, Campylobacter, Escherichia coli, parasites. Such re-emerging disease is caused by a complex of factors acting as a result of the rapid changes taking place globally, including demographic changes, new practices intensive animal husbandry, extensive proliferation of systems for preparing and distributing food, changing eating habits and so on lead to less common pathogen infection and rapid spread and the geographic scope of pathogens already recognized representative.

[Read full article] [Citation]

The publisher is not responsible for the opinions published in the Volume. They represent the authors’ point of view.

© 2019 Scientific Works Series C. Veterinary Medicine. All Rights Reserved. To be cited: Scientific Works Series C. Veterinary Medicine.

Powered by INTELIDEV