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On 29 October 2004 bone fragments were ascertained in a ship's cargo of sugar beet chips in Ireland. This is not admissible due to the required zero tolerance for animal ingredients in feeds. This paper presents different views of soil science and agricultural chemistry experts on the...

Author(s)
Kluge, R.; Timmermann, F.; Roth, B.
Publisher
Deutscher Fachverlag GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Citation
Kraftfutter, 2005, 88, 12, pp 23-28
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Samples of pelvic bone were taken between 1978 and 1980 from 230 slaughtered cattle from a region near the Swiss border. Fluoride content of bone was directly related to the concentration of fluorine in the air. Intake of fluorine was by ingestion of contaminated plants rather than by inhalation....

Author(s)
Baum, F.; Scherle, H.; Schmidt, B.; Trautwein, C.
Citation
Tierarztliche Umschau, 1981, 36, 2, pp 84, 86-90, 93-94
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Radionuclide levels, i.e. total artificial "beta" activity, were measured in organs, bones and teeth of 15 cows with lymphatic leukaemia. An UGB-2 apparatus was used together with a Valvo Geiger-Muller counter and a PT-67 counting system. Organ radionuclide levels in cows with leukaemia were higher ...

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Kaszubkiewicz, C.; Madej, J. A.; Nowosad, R.; Kubok-Gotlieb, L.
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Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin, 1982, 36, 6, pp 889-893
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Author(s)
Heimann, W.
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Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1975, 82, No.1, pp 16-17
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Rosenberger, G.
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Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1975, 82, No.6, pp 244
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Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1974, 81, Heft 24, pp 621
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Forms of calcinosis in cattle are reviewed. Methods of estimating the amount of skeletal tissue in cattle are compared. The possibility of accurate determination of a 'cortical index' (CI-ratio of combined cortical thickness to bone diameter) was appraised in isolated metacarpal bones from 80 cows, ...

Author(s)
Feussner, H.
Publisher
Fachbereich Tiermedizin, Munchen.,
Citation
Untersuchungen uber die Brauchbarkeit der Rontgendiagnostik zur Erkennung der enzootischen Kalzinose des Rindes., 1977, pp 85pp.
Abstract

Neoplasms found in the nasal cavity of three cows and a steer aged between 21/2 and 12 years were anaplastic carcinoma, fibromyxochondro-osteoma, myxochondro-osteosarcoma and fibro-osteochondroma. There were no metastases.

Author(s)
Becker, M.; Pohlenz, J.; Ammann-Mann, M.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1972, 114, Heft 8, pp 404-412
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Studies with fattened bulls (age range 12-18 months) following either 1) a restricted diet, 2) normal diet, or 3) an intensive feeding diet showed a correlation between joint lesions and certain aspects of bone growth. At 12 months metacarpus lengths (mm) were: 1) 202, 2) 203, 3) 205; at 15 months: ...

Author(s)
Dammrich, K.; Seibel, S.; Andreae, U.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1977, 84, 3, pp 82-85
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The contents of Ca, inorganic P and Mg in the serum, glucose and ketone bodies in the blood, acetone in urine and ash in bone biopsies were measured in groups of 10 cattle from 5 large-scale dairy units (4 with 2000 dairy cows) at 1, 2-4 and 5-10 weeks after parturition, over a 15-month period....

Author(s)
Rossow, N.; Beier, D.; Bethe, W.; Dudzus, M.; Gerisch, V.; Le minh Chi; Kirchner, K.; Kreuzberg, H.-J.; Launer, P.; Mehnert, E.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1976, 31, 13, pp 486-491

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