Article published the September 8, 2020
Saccharomyces boulardii as a probiotic yeast
“Probiotics” were first conceptualized at the start of the 20th century by Elie Metchnikoff’s discovery of the immunological benefit of lactic acid bacteria in fermented milk. Today, lactobacilli and bifidobacteria are among the most important and widely consumed probiotics (Table 1). Species from other bacterial genera ...
Article published the August 4, 2020
Modern feed mills produce a wide range of products on a daily basis, regardless of whether they have one or several processing lines. Formulated diets are often composed of more than 20 ingredients and each of the ingredients is carefully selected based on the nutritional quality, safety, price, and availability . Safe ingredients are important for the production of safe animal ...
Article published the March 6, 2019
Maize is one of the most important cereals in the world. This crop is a regular host of toxigenic fungi infecting the ears, which can cause very high losses in crop yield. In contrary to wheat where F. graminearum is the leading toxigenic species nearly everywhere, the situation is more complex in maize, where at least two leading species exist from Fusarium and Aspergillus, with ...
Participation in Forum on July 18, 2018
Dear Joe,Hope you are doing great.Thank you for opening a very interesting topic.Can you share some more details on the trials you have performed on the tuna feed production? What was the proximate moisture content in the feeding section before steam and slurry addition and what was calculated moisture content in the barrel (counting the steam and slurry part as well)? Did you use glycerol as the ...
Article published the April 3, 2013
The production of olive oil has raised over the past decade, as a result of objective circumstances: incentives (state, county and local), high price of oil, positive attitudes about olive oil nutritional value, the introduction of new technology of growing olives, a sufficient number of mills, etc. In Croatia, the annual production of olive oil is 5 to 5.5 million liters, with an av ...
Article published the August 23, 2012
Linseed (Linum usitatissimum) is an annual or biannual plant, one of the most useful crops, that has been cultivated as a commercial plant in over thirty countries all over the world (Karlovic & Andric 1996, Gabiana 2005). It yields seeds that mature 30-60 days after flowering (Matheson 1976), and which are rich source of both edible and non-edible oils. Containing about 40% of ...
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