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fowl:

see poultrypoultry,
domesticated fowl kept primarily for meat and eggs; including birds of the order Galliformes, e.g., the chicken, turkey, guinea fowl, pheasant, quail, and peacock; and natatorial (swimming) birds, e.g., the duck and goose.
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fowl

[fau̇l]
(agriculture)
A domestic cock or hen, especially an adult hen, such as among chickens or several other gallinaceous birds.

fowl

2. any other bird, esp any gallinaceous bird, that is used as food or hunted as game
3. an archaic word for any bird
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Respiratory responses of domestic fowl to hyperthermia following selective air sac occlusions.
However, wild birds associating with free-ranging domestic fowl at farm ponds, or captive exotic birds at city parks or zoological gardens, may receive some of the same benefits as laboratory birds, experiencing conditions conducive to survival of infection by HPAI H5N1.
Vidyadaran (1987) reported that the lung volume of the adult female domestic fowl, whether it is from a layer or broiler strain, has become smaller relative to body weight than the lung of the adult female of RJF.
The results obtained in this study were compared with values from studies done in houbara bustards (Chlamydotis undulata), kori bustards (Ardeotis kori), stone curlews (Burhinus oedicnemus), and taxonomically related species from the order Galliformes, family Phasianidae, including ring-necked pheasants (Phasianus colchicus), red-legged partridges (Alectoris rufa), Kashmir native fowl (Kashmir favorella), and domestic fowl (Assil, Fayoumi, and Bangladesh native fowl) (Gallus domesticus).
Comparison of various anesthetic regimens in the domestic fowl.
While the coronaviruses in these species have all been in coronavirus Group 3, as for the better known coronaviruses of the domestic fowl (infectious bronchitis virus [IBV], in Gallus gallus), turkey (Meleagris gallopavo), and pheasant (Phasianus colchicus), there is experimental evidence to suggest that birds are not limited to infection with Group 3 coronaviruses.
while Ordinance 43 made it "unlawful for any domestic fowl of the species of chicken, turkey, guinea, duck or geese to run or go at large within city limits subject to a penalty of one dollar for each offense.
There is little or no variation observed in the organisation of interstitial tissue of the guinea fowl from the domestic fowl (GonzalezMoran & Soria-Castro, 2010).
The new law allows producers to sell up to 1,000 domestic fowl of their own raising every year without regulation.
35 g/L) was significantly lower compared with the data published for wild peafowl reared in India and China, and the values were closely related with those of pheasants and various breeds of domestic fowl (Lashev et al.
They were both jailed for 16 weeks each and banned indefinitely from keeping domestic fowl.
Completed procedures on dogs (4,932) were up 6% and domestic fowl (138,000) 9%.