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Scrapie: EFSA says reduction unlikely without effective breeding programme

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) assessed the state of scrapie in the EU since the introduction in 2002 of a series of measures to monitor...

Date
July 2014
Miscellaneous

Final report on aquaculture (part A).

This final report discusses the regulations and restrictions on organic aquaculture production in correlation with seed stocks, nutrients and nutrition, management and aquaculture. Topics discussed are: the use of non-organic juveniles; lack of organic juveniles; restocking in lakes, earth ponds of...

Publisher
European Commission, DG Agriculture and Rural Development
Publication
Final report on aquaculture (part A), 2013, pp 35 pp.
Event

British Society of Animal Science: “R” and Statistics Workshop

8 - 9 September 2014 - Leeds

Venue
Leeds
Country
UK
Contact Details
British Society of Animal Science, PO Box 3, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 OR7, UK.
Tel
+44 (0)131 650 8784
Fax
+44 (0)131 650 8821
CAB ReviewFull Text

Neosporosis in dogs.

Neospora caninum is a protozoan parasite of animals. Until 1988, it was misdiagnosed as Toxoplasma gondii. Since its first recognition in 1984 and the description of a new genus and species N. caninum in 1988, neosporosis has emerged as a serious disease of dogs and cattle worldwide. In addition,...

Date
June 2014
Subjects
antiprotozoal agents; Boxer; bradyzoites; clinical aspects; cysts (developmental stages); diagnosis; diagnostic techniques; disease control; disease prevention; emerging infectious diseases; infections; Labrador Retriever; life cycle; neosporosis; oocysts; parasites; predisposition; protozoal infections; resistance mechanisms; tachyzoites
Authors
Dubey, J. P.
AbstractFull Text

Progress in microRNAs in honey bees.

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a class of 18-24-nucleotide (nt), endogenously initiated, small noncoding, single stranded RNAs that can regulate target gene expression via either translational repression or mRNA degradation by combining with target mRNA complementarily. Honey bees are important eusocial...

Authors
Shi TengFei; Yu LinSheng; Liu Fang; Zong Chao; Wang TianShu
Publisher
Editorial Office of Acta Entomologica Sinica
Publication
Acta Entomologica Sinica, 2014, 57, 5, pp 601-606

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