geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Effects of late castration on the carcass quality of swine fed on high protein diets


, : Effects of late castration on the carcass quality of swine fed on high protein diets. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia(2): p


US$29.90


Other references

Amano, A., 2007: Disruption of epithelial barrier and impairment of cellular function by Porphyromonas gingivalis. Porphyromonas gingivalis is a predominant periodontal pathogen that expresses a number of potential virulence factors involved in the pathogenesis of periodontitis. Gingival epithelial cells are spontaneously exposed to bacterial attacks and func...

Uchihara, T.; Tsuchiya, K.; Nakamura, A.; Ikeda, K., 2000: Appearance of tau-2 immunoreactivity in glial cells in human brain with cerebral infarction. Appearance of tau epitopes in ischemic foci was investigated immunohistochemically on a series of autopsied human brains using a panel of anti-tau antibodies. While neurons were immunopositive for Alz-50, microglia and oligodendroglia around ische...

Zhou, S.; Hua, X-Wen.; Wei, W.; Gu, Y-Cheng.; Liu, X-Qing.; Chen, J-Huo.; Chen, M-Gui.; Xie, Y-Tao.; Zhou, S.; Meng, X-De.; Zhang, Y.; Li, Y-Hong.; Wang, B-Lei.; Song, H-Bin.; Li, Z-Ming., 2017: Research on Controllable Degradation of Novel Sulfonylurea Herbicides in Acidic and Alkaline Soils. The degradation issue of sulfonylurea (SU) has become one of the biggest challenges that hamper the development and application of this class of herbicides, especially in the alkaline soils of northern China. On the basis of the previous discovery...

Laber, B., 1964: The N-tester in the forest nursery. Absorbent paper, gripped in the tester blade, is placed in the soil. Its subsequent colour reaction to the solutions provided gives approximate values for available N, NH3, , or water. Sold by the Bodenuntersuchungsinstitut, Koldingen bei liannove...

Jun Korenaga; Peter B.K.lemen, 1997: Origin of gabbro sills in the Moho transition zone of the Oman Ophiolite; implications for magma transport in the oceanic lower crust. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 102(B12): 27729-27749

Ikehara, Y.; Oda, K.; Kato, K., 1977: An improved method for the purification of rat serum albumin: removal of contaminants by concanavalin A-Sepharose. Minor contaminants occasionally found in conventionally prepared rat serum albumin were easily and completely removed by concanavalin A-Sepharose chromatography. The unadsorbed fraction from a concanavalin A-Sepharose column contained albumin whic...

Herzog, K.D.; Dunn, S.P.; Langham, M.R.; Marmon, L.M., 1989: Association of parainfluenza virus type 3 infection with allograft rejection in a liver transplant recipient. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 8(8): 534-536

Ifezulike, C.C.; Ezechukwu, C.C.; Egbonu, I.; Chukwuka, J.O., 2006: Tuberculin reaction among healthy BCG vaccinated primary school, children in Nnewi, south eastern Nigeria. To assess the Mantoux test reaction pattern in healthy BCG vaccinated Primary School Children aged 6 -10 years in Nnewi, South -East Nigeria. Four primary schools were randomly selected out of 43 government owned primary schools in the town. The e...

Baumgartner, R.; Wenger, C., 1993: Forest, hurricane and game, as exemplified by Combe-Grede. An account is given of the changing circumstances in Combe-Grede (Switzerland), viz. deforestation by charcoal-burners in the 19th century, very successful reforestation, the increase in the numbers of game (chamois [Rupicapra rupicapra] and roe d...

Polashock, J.J.; Vorsa, N., 1997: Evaluation of fingerprinting techniques for differentiation of cranberry and blueberry varieties. RAPD and AFLP (amplified fragment length polymorphism) analysis were evaluated for identification of cranberry and blueberry cultivars. Both methods are PCR based and thus allow the use of small amounts of DNA. RAPDs have been show to be useful in...