Scott Dee
Scott Dee (United States)
Technical publication

The risk of viral transmission in feed: What do we know, what do we do?

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Effective biosecurity protocols are essential towards protecting the health status of swine farms. In the United States, tremendous resources have been invested to reduce the risk of viral pathogens, such as the entry of porcine reproductive and...
Basilisa P. Reas
Basilisa P. Reas (Netherlands)
Publication of news release

Feed Technology & Animal Nutrition Conference 2021 on May 18-19

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Feed Technology & Animal Nutrition Conference 2021 on May 18-19
USSEC is pleased to present our regional flagship technical event for 2021 – Feed Technology and Animal Nutrition Conference. This year’s FTANC will be conducted virtually, and will cover the most important issues that the industry is currently...
Wokeh Okechukwu Ken
Technical publication

Masculinization and Effect of Nile Tilapia Oreochromisniloticus Fed with Pawpaw Seed Based Diet and Steroid Hormone

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Masculinization and Effect of Nile Tilapia Oreochromisniloticus Fed with Pawpaw Seed Based Diet and Steroid Hormone
Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) is one of the most commonly cultured freshwater fish species in Nigeria. It is a prolific breeder, widely farmed across the nations of the earth and the third largest cultured finfish...
Petra Louis
Petra Louis (United Kingdom)
Technical publication

Prevalent Human Gut Bacteria Hydrolyse and Metabolise Important Food-Derived Mycotoxins and Masked Mycotoxins

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Prevalent Human Gut Bacteria Hydrolyse and Metabolise Important Food-Derived Mycotoxins and Masked Mycotoxins
Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites of fungi and are frequently found in a variety of agricultural crops such as cereals, fruits, and nuts. Mycotoxin contamination of crops and their carry over into the human food chain are...
Angel Medina Vaya
Cranfield University
Angel Medina Vaya (United Kingdom)
Technical publication

Three-Dimensional Study of F. graminearum Colonisation of Stored Wheat: Post-Harvest Growth Patterns, Dry Matter Losses and Mycotoxin Contamination

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Three-Dimensional Study of F. graminearum Colonisation of Stored Wheat: Post-Harvest Growth Patterns, Dry Matter Losses and Mycotoxin Contamination
Wheat is susceptible to Fusarium head blight (FHB) world-wide which causes both yield and quality losses, in addition to contamination of harvested grain with mycotoxins, particularly zearalenone (ZEN) and type B trichothecenes...
Karlovsky, Petr
Karlovsky, Petr (Germany)
Technical publication

Protection of Citrus Fruits from Postharvest Infection with Penicillium digitatum and Degradation of Patulin by Biocontrol Yeast Clavispora lusitaniae 146

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Protection of Citrus Fruits from Postharvest Infection with Penicillium digitatum and Degradation of Patulin by Biocontrol Yeast Clavispora lusitaniae 146
Fungal diseases are one of the main causes of large economic losses and deterioration in the quality and nutrient composition of fruits during the postharvest stage. They contribute significantly to the reduction of the shelf life...
Eduardo
Eduardo (Spain)
Technical publication

Antifungal Activity against Fusarium culmorum of Stevioside, Silybum marianum Seed Extracts, and Their Conjugate Complexes

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Antifungal Activity against Fusarium culmorum of Stevioside, Silybum marianum Seed Extracts, and Their Conjugate Complexes
Pathogenic microorganisms present in the environment are a menace for crops. At a worldwide level, diseases caused by plant pathogenic fungi significantly contribute to overall losses in terms of crop yield. To face this challenge...
Nelson Ward
Nelson Ward (United States)
Technical publication

Debranching enzymes in corn/soybean meal–based poultry feeds: a review

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Debranching enzymes in corn/soybean meal–based poultry feeds: a review
The nonstarch polysaccharide (NSP) portion of corn and soybean meal (SBM) – the 2 primary ingredients in North American poultry feeds – is complex and varies considerably across both ingredients. Exogenous NSP enzymes are...
John Boney
PennState - University Pennsylvania State
John Boney (United States)
Technical publication

The effect of dietary inclusions of guanidinoacetic acid on D1-42 broiler performance and processing yields

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The effect of dietary inclusions of guanidinoacetic acid on D1-42 broiler performance and processing yields
Creatine is a central constituent in energy metabolism, especially in cells with variable energy demand, such as muscle cells. Animal proteins such as fish meal, poultry meal, and meat meal may provide adequate amounts of creatine when included in...
Hamed Abbas
Hamed Abbas (United States)
Technical publication

First Report of the Production of Mycotoxins and Other Secondary Metabolites by Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid. Isolates from Soybeans (Glycine max L.) Symptomatic with Charcoal Rot Disease

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First Report of the Production of Mycotoxins and Other Secondary Metabolites by Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid. Isolates from Soybeans (Glycine max L.) Symptomatic with Charcoal Rot Disease
One plausible explanation for the greater frequency of charcoal rot disease in soybeans in this region is that M. phaseolina isolates endemic to the region produce unusual levels or diversity of mycotoxins. Therefore, as an approach to exploring...
 
 
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