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Background: 15 years ago the VATEM video based optometric system was created for the body measurement of populations kept extensively. Since then with the VATEM1 software we have measured 10 thousand animals (cattle, buffalos, sheep, horses, dogs) in seven countries. We would like to introduce a...

Author(s)
Maróti-Agóts, Á.; Bodó, I.; Zenke, P.; Jávorka, L.; Kaltenecker, E.; Baracskay, L.; Beck, A.; Fürlinger, D.; Szemenyei, M.; Ratkóczi, O.; Gáspárdy, Á.
Publisher
NAKVI, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 2017, 139, 8, pp 501-508
Abstract

A brief discussion of practical aspects non-sexual reproduction including molecular cloning, cellular cloning, organism cloning, embryo splitting, somatic cell nuclear transfer, the progress of cloning research of various species from 1952 to 2006, involving frog, carp, sheep, mouse, cattle, pig,...

Author(s)
Bánáti, D.
Publisher
Hungarian Scientific Society for Food Industry, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Élelmezési Ipar, 2009, 63, 5, pp 129-132
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Author(s)
Bicserdy, G.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1975, 30, 11, pp 751-752
Abstract

From 1966 to 1968, 54 Salmonella serotypes were isolated in Hungary from detained meat and products of meat which had passed inspection. The findings are tabulated as follows: the distribution of positive findings in meat according to species of origin and in meat products of different kinds; the...

Author(s)
Takács, J.; Nagy, B. G.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1969, 24, pp 576-582
Abstract

A method of kidney clearance estimation in cattle, sheep, horses, and dogs involves a single i/v injection of phenol red and two blood samples within 20-60 minutes after the injection. It was found that on an average 87.3% of the injected phenol red is excreted by the kidneys, rate being in...

Author(s)
HorváTh, Z.; Karsai, F.
Publisher
Lapja.,
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1962, 17, pp 223-226
Abstract

The average amino-acid content of horse urine was found to be 11.84 mg. % by the formaldehyde method and 11.93 mg. % by the Folin method. The urine of cattle gave values of 11 and 11.26 mg. %, and of sheep, 6.09 and 5.99 mg. , by the two methods. In pigs, the values were 11.29 and 11.41 mg. %...

Author(s)
SZERAFIN, J.
Publisher
Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Amino Acid Content of Urine of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs., 1942, pp 24 pp.

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