An In Vitro Study on the Effect of some Pre and Probiotics on some pathogenic Bacteria

Published on: 07/01/2013
Author/s : A. M. Abdelhamid*,and Manal I. El-Barbary** (*Animal Production Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Al-Mansourah University, Egypt) ** Fish Pathology Lab., National Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography, Egypt.

INTRODUCTIONPotential strategies that could be incorporated with the current management practices include the use of probiotics (Poole et al., 2007). However, specific attention is also given to modern approaches for improving or stabilizing the intestinal system and its functioning by the deliberate application of viable microbial culture, so-called "probiotics", selected for special functional p...

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William Alberto Rojas Vargas William Alberto Rojas Vargas
Licenciado en Agronomía
July 1, 2013
Congratulations Mr. Abdelhamid, working with microorganisms (EM) in birds and I have seen advantages in nutrition and animal health. In their investigation in vitro is observed success of a technique of holistic or ecological production. You have any reference to the use of effective microorganisms (EM) of Dr. Higa?
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