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Colic is a common and potentially life-threatening condition of horses. Multiple risk factors have been previously identified and it is known that a careful management routine can help reduce colic rates. The British military working horse population represents a unique cohort of horses that are...

Author(s)
Tannahill, V. J.; Cardwell, J. M.; Witte, T. H.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2019, 184, 1, pp 24
Abstract

Just 20 years ago, over half of the genetic material for the breeding of Braunvieh cattle was imported - primarily from North America - despite the fact that Switzerland is the genetic centre for Braunvieh. Today, however, the self-sufficiency level for Braunvieh breeding material is just shy of...

Author(s)
Mann, S.
Publisher
Agroscope FAL Reckenholz, Zürich, Switzerland
Citation
Recherche Agronomique Suisse, 2019, No.1, pp 26-31
Abstract

Chemometric analysis of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) data was applied to investigate the possibility to rapidly authenticate European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.) according to production method (wild or farmed), rearing system (extensive, semi-intensive or intensive), and geographical...

Author(s)
Ghidini, S.; Varrà, M. O.; Dall'Asta, C.; Badiani, A.; Ianieri, A.; Zanardi, E.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Food Chemistry, 2019, 280, pp 321-327
Abstract

The aim of this study was to predict the geographical origin of acacia honey of China through analysis of physicochemical parameters combination with chemometrics. Samples from six different origins were investigated on parameters of δ13C value, oligosaccharides and polyphenols, using...

Author(s)
She Seng; Chen LanZhen; Song HongBo; Lin GuangHui; Li Yi; Zhou JinHui; Liu CuiLing
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Food Chemistry, 2019, 272, pp 580-585
Abstract

Because honey is a natural product synthetized by bees from secretions of various flowers and plants, its composition and properties are determined by those unique floral origins. Aside from honey's sweet and distinctive flavor, it can provide various human health benefits, which makes its market...

Author(s)
Maione, C.; Barbosa, F., Jr.; Barbosa, R. M.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2019, 157, pp 436-446
Abstract

The Friesian horse is one of the most iconic horse breeds in the world. The question how, why and when Frisian horse breeders established their 'ideal' - high-stepping and exclusively black - Friesian raises other questions: what is a Friesian horse? When was the breed developed and how Frisian is...

Author(s)
Savelkouls, J.
Publisher
Veterinair Historisch Genootschap, Utrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Argos, 2019, No.60, pp 393-397
Abstract

This study is focused on the potential antimicrobial activity of honey phenolic compounds against Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria. For this purpose phenolic compounds were isolated from 33 Iranian honeys obtained from different botanical and geographical origins using solid-phase...

Author(s)
Leyva-Jimenez, F. J.; Lozano-Sanchez, J.; Borras-Linares, I.; Cadiz-Gurrea, M. de la L.; Mahmoodi-Khaledi, E.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
LWT - Food Science and Technology, 2019, 101, pp 236-245
Abstract

Background: Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) equipped with attenuated total reflectance accessory was used to determine honey adulteration. Adulterated honey samples were prepared by adding corn syrup, beet sugar and water as adulterants to the pure honey samples in various amounts....

Author(s)
Bașar, B.; Özdemİr, D.
Publisher
Wiley, Chichester, UK
Citation
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2018, 98, 15, pp 5616-5624
Abstract

The commercial interest in honeydew honeys (from the secretions of plants or the excretions of plant-sucking insects found on plants) is increasing because of their higher therapeutic properties compared with those of most blossom honeys (from nectar). However, honeydew honeys have been less...

Author(s)
Pita-Calvo, C.; Vázquez, M.
Publisher
American Chemical Society, Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2018, 66, 11, pp 2523-2537
Abstract

In this study, we determined four sulfonamide compounds (sulfadiazine, sulfadoxine, sulfamethoxazole, and sulfathiazole) in honey marketed in the Czech Republic (Brno). The content of these compounds was monitored in 50 honeys with different botanical and geographical origin. Preanalytical...

Author(s)
Dluhošová, S.; Borkovcová, I.; Kaniová, L.; Vorlová, L.
Publisher
Hindawi, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Food Quality, 2018, 2018, pp Article ID 2939207

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