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This research describes a nanocomposite coating consisting of polytyramine (PTy) and graphene oxide nanosheets@copper nanoparticles (GO@CuNPs) which is synthesized through one-step electropolymerization mode on the surface of a steel wire. The performance of the PTy/GO@CuNPs nanocomposite was...

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Behzadi, M.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 2023, 117,
CABI Book Info
Cover for Small animal fluid therapy.

This book contains 8 chapters on the importance and role of fluid therapy in small animal practice, body fluid compartments, crystalloid fluid types, colloid fluid types, routes of fluid administration, application and monitoring approaches in fluid therapy, fluid (dextrose, potassium, calcium,...

Author(s)
Cooper, E.; Guillaumin, J.; Her, J.; Yaxley, P.; Young, A.
ISBN
2022 CABI (H ISBN 9781789243383)
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Two new studies from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, describe findings from...

Date
January 2023
Datasheet
Cover for Poland China pigs

Poland China is the oldest American breed of swine. The breed was reportedly developed in the United States between 1800 and 1850 in the Miami Valley...

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Subclinical mastitis (SCM) particularly affects milk yield, quality and health of lactating animals. It is an apparently invisible problem that silently leads to enormous financial damage to the whole dairy industry. It is evident from previous studies that faulty animal husbandry practices...

Date
December 2022
Subjects
animal breeding; antibacterial properties; bacteriophages; biological control; biological control agents; bovine mastitis; cattle feeding; chemical composition; climatic factors; clinical aspects; dairy cattle; dairy cows; dairy hygiene; diets; disease control; disease prevalence; disease prevention; disease resistance; dry period; efficacy; energy balance; epidemiology; factors of production; farm management; immunity; mammary glands; mastitis; milking; pathogenesis; plant composition; plant extracts; potency; reviews; risk factors; selection; subclinical mastitis; natural enemies; cows
Author(s)
Singh, A. K.
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17 - 21 November 2023 - Kruger Park

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Kruger Park
Country
South Africa
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Forming an end of life hospice/Pawspice service.

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March 2017
Author(s)
Villalobos, A. E.
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Intensive greenhouse vegetable production is often associated with a decline of crop productivity due to the increase of soil salinity and/or a reduction of biological fertility. The aim of the current work was to assess the effects of three organic fertilizers on morpho-physiological and agronomic...

Author(s)
Cardarelli, M.; Chami, A. E.; Iovieno, P.; Rouphael, Y.; Bonini, P.; Colla, G.
Publisher
MDPI Publishing
Publication
Agronomy, 2023, 13, 1,
AbstractFull Text

Improving soil organic carbon (SOC) has been considered as a "win-win way" for ensuring high crop productivity and mitigating chemical N input. Improving SOC can achieve higher wheat yield and simultaneously improve nitrogen (N) productivity (defined as kg grain produced per kg total N input from...

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Pan JunXiao; Miao Qi; Zhang WenJie; Wang HongYe; Wang WeiDong; Xue YanFang; Qi ShiJun; Cui ZhenLing
Publisher
MDPI Publishing
Publication
Agronomy, 2023, 13, 1,
AbstractFull Text

Tedera is a valuable high-quality forage for sheep during summer-autumn. There is evidence that prior grazing experience of novel forages influences preference and haymaking of tedera improves preference by goats. In the first experiment, it was hypothesised that the voluntary feed intake (VFI) of...

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Hardy, J.; Oldham, C.; Vercoe, P.; Thomas, D.; Milton, J.; Real, D.; Burgel, A. van; Dobbe, E.
Publisher
MDPI Publishing
Publication
Agronomy, 2023, 13, 1,
AbstractFull Text

An intensive processing mechanism that combined impact and shredding was applied to create physical disruption of whole-plant corn as a means to increase in situ dry matter (DM) digestion in lactating dairy cows. A ratio of treatment leachate conductivity relative to that of an ultimately processed...

Author(s)
Pintens, D. A.; Shinners, K. J.; Friede, J. C.; Digman, M. F.; Kalscheur, K. F.
Publisher
MDPI AG
Publication
Agriculture, 2023, 13, 1,
AbstractFull Text

The sustainability of dairying has been questioned, yet cattle exploit non-food resources (especially forages) and provide key nutrients for consumers' health. This study, using different forage types, considered milk's nutritional quality, focusing on fatty acid profiles alongside methane...

Author(s)
Loza, C.; Davis, H.; Malisch, C.; Taube, F.; Loges, R.; Magistrali, A.; Butler, G.
Publisher
MDPI AG
Publication
Agriculture, 2023, 13, 1,

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