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Article published the October 20, 2011:

Immune mechanisms in avian Coccidiosis

Introduction Coccidiosis is an intestinal infection caused by protozoa, intracellular parasites of the Eimeria genus present in the whole world, that affects all productive values of commercial birds and it is...
Author/s :
Graciela Pascual
Statistics:
985 1
Article published the September 1, 2011:

Coccidiosis, Enzymes and Nutrient Availability: Effects on Gut Health

Introduction Poor gut health in broiler chickens is a generalized term that means different things to different people (Truscott & Al-Sheikhly, 1977; Tierlynck et al., 2009). Problems associated with shift...
Author/s :
Andres Montoya
Statistics:
1377 2
Article published the June 7, 2011:

Microsatellite mapping of QTLs affecting resistance to coccidiosis (Eimeria tenella) in a Fayoumi × White Leghorn cross

Abstract Background: Avian coccidiosis is a major parasitic disease of poultry, causing severe economical loss to poultry production by affecting growth and feed efficiency of infected birds. Current cont...
Author/s :
Dr. Marie-Hélène Pinard van der LaanPaul Rault
Statistics:
1668 2
Article published the September 6, 2010:

Coccidiosis in Poultry- A Review

IntroductionCoccidiosis causes a great economic loss in the poultry industry due to high rate of morbidity and mortality, sub optimal growth and conversion efficiency and loss of egg production (1). Mortality i...
Author/s :
Dr. Amit Raj GuptaPuneet
Statistics:
8143 16
Article published the June 8, 2010:

Coccidiosis in poultry- a review

Introduction Coccidiosis causes a great economic loss in the poultry industry due to high rate of morbidity and mortality, sub optimal growth and conversion efficiency and loss of egg production (1). Mortali...
Author/s :
Dr. Amit Raj GuptaPuneet
Statistics:
9943 14
Article published the August 4, 2009:

Coccidiosis in Poultry

Introduction Coccidiosis is a realistic problem and one of the most important diseases of poultry worldwide. It is caused by a protozoan parasite known as Eimeria that invade the cells of the poultry intest...
Author/s :
Dr. Justin Tan Yu-Wen
Statistics:
3122 7
Article published the July 15, 2009:

Common External Parasites in Poultry: Lice and Mites

Parasites can be detected on the external surfaces of the body by way of a thorough physical examination. Periodical examination of the flock can help to detect an early infestation and can help to prevent a la...
Author/s :
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Statistics:
1549 10
Article published the February 25, 2009:

A herbal coccidiostat on pathology of coccidiosis in broilers - Effect of Coxynil

Anticoccidial efficacy of ‘Coxynil” a herbal feed additive was tested against Einieria tenella in broilers, vs. a vs. Salinomycin. Body weight of birds challenged with E. tenella in Coxynil treated ...
Author/s :
P Goel
Statistics:
4129 7
Article published the August 24, 2007:

Control of coccidiosis and performance enhancement in poultry in a post-arsenic world

Arsenical feed additives have been used in poultry for control of coccidiosis and enhancement of growth since the discovery of activity in this group of compounds in the years after World War II and are still i...
Author/s :
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2443 2
Article published the July 10, 2007:

Performance of broiler chickens and turkeys exposed to Histomonas meleagridis (blackhead)-infected litter while fed diets supplemented with Natustat™ or Histostat®

Histomoniasis (infectious enterohepatitis) is a disease of broiler chickens on litter or exposed to range and is caused by the fragile protozoa Histomonas meleagridis (Skinner, 2000). First symptoms are a decli...
Author/s :
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Statistics:
3383 0
 
 
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