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  • Effect of dried Citrus sinensis peel on gastrointestinal microbiota and immune system traits of broiler chickens | Ebrahimi | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    Submission Editorial Board Advisory Board Impact Factor 2014 0 718 Impact Factor Metrics DOAJ Web statistics Advertising Alert me Thanks to reviewers 2014 Indexes of volumes 1 8 Book Reviews Remembrances We fight plagiarism SNIP 0 579 IPP 0 545 SJR 0 24 Current Issue Home Vol 14 No 4 2015 Ebrahimi Download this PDF file Article Metrics Metrics Loading Metrics powered by PLOS ALM The Italian Journal of Animal

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.4194/2995 (2016-04-25)
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  • In vitro methane production and quality of corn silage treated with maleic acid | Kara | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    University Kayseri Turkey karakanber hotmail com Abstract This study aimed to determine the effects of maleic acid MA addition to corn at ensiling on silage quality and in vitro methane and total gas production metabolisable energy ME and organic matter digestibility OMD parameters by using in vitro gas production techniques Forage corn was ensiled either without control group MA 0 or with three different dosages of maleic acid 0 5 MA 0 5 1 0 MA 1 0 and 1 5 MA 1 5 w w of the fresh material for 60 days As a result of this study neutral detergent fibre level was decreased in the MA 1 5 group P 0 05 The 0 5 1 0 and 1 5 addition of maleic acid to forage corn at ensiling increased lactic acid concentration P 0 05 in silage and reduced propionic acid P 0 05 Iso valeric acid concentration in the organic acids of the silage was decreased with maleic acid addition P 0 05 The maleic acid addition decreased in vitro ruminal methane production P 0 01 The silage pH value and acetic butyric and isobutyric acid concentrations and in vitro total gas production OMD and ME

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.3994 (2016-04-25)
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  • In vitro methane production and quality of corn silage treated with maleic acid | Kara | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    Submission Editorial Board Advisory Board Impact Factor 2014 0 718 Impact Factor Metrics DOAJ Web statistics Advertising Alert me Thanks to reviewers 2014 Indexes of volumes 1 8 Book Reviews Remembrances We fight plagiarism SNIP 0 579 IPP 0 545 SJR 0 24 Current Issue Home Vol 14 No 4 2015 Kara Download this PDF file Article Metrics Metrics Loading Metrics powered by PLOS ALM The Italian Journal of Animal

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.3994/2993 (2016-04-25)
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  • Performance, carcass traits and meat quality of crossbred lambs fed whole cottonseed levels | Corte | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    2015 3685 Rosana Ruegger Corte Department of Animal Science University of São Paulo Pirassununga Brazil rosanaruegger gmail com Gabriela Aferri Pole Midwest São Paulo Agency for Agribusiness Technology Jaú Brazil Angélica Simone Cravo Pereira Department of Nutrition and Animal Production University of São Paulo Pirassununga Brazil Saulo Luz e Silva Department of Animal Science University of São Paulo Pirassununga Brazil Domingos Marcelo Cenachi Pesci Veterinarian Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais Poços de Caldas Brazil Paulo Roberto Leme Department of Animal Science University of São Paulo Pirassununga Brazil Abstract Byproduct as whole cottonseed WCS and soybean hulls are quite used in finishing diets to feedlot lambs and WCS is a potential source to be included in lambs diet when prices are advantageous The most part of the studies with WCS is used as a replacement of cereals as corn Thus this study was conducted to evaluate the effect of replacing a fibrous byproduct soybean hulls with increasing levels of WCS 0 10 and 20 on the performance carcass traits and meat quality of feedlot lambs Thirty crossbred lambs 15 males and 15 females 20 1 6 kg were fed 1 of 3 high concentration diets CTL without WCS WCS10 with 10 WCS and WCS20 with 20 WCS in a block design sex for 56 days Feeding 10 or 20 WCS significantly P 0 013 improved the feed conversion without affecting the final weight gain average daily gain or dry matter intake in kg d However the DMI in of live weight was affected by treatments P 0 0001 lambs fed the CTL and the WCS10 diet consumed more DMI than the lambs from WCS20 diet 4 19 4 03 and 3 6 respectively The hot carcass weight dressing percentage longissimus muscle area and fat thickness were not affected by the

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  • Performance, carcass traits and meat quality of crossbred lambs fed whole cottonseed levels | Corte | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    Submission Editorial Board Advisory Board Impact Factor 2014 0 718 Impact Factor Metrics DOAJ Web statistics Advertising Alert me Thanks to reviewers 2014 Indexes of volumes 1 8 Book Reviews Remembrances We fight plagiarism SNIP 0 579 IPP 0 545 SJR 0 24 Current Issue Home Vol 14 No 4 2015 Corte Download this PDF file Article Metrics Metrics Loading Metrics powered by PLOS ALM The Italian Journal of Animal

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.3685/2996 (2016-04-25)
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  • Multilocus sequence typing of commensal and enteropathogenic Escherichia coli from domestic and wild lagomorphs in Italy | Dotto | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    4081 ijas 2015 4139 Giorgia Dotto Dipartimento di Biomedicina Comparata e Alimentazione University of Padua Italy Giovanni Franzo Dipartimento di Medicina Animale Produzioni e Salute University of Padua Italy Guido Grilli Dipartimento di Scienze Veterinarie e Sanità Pubblica University of Milan Italy Alessandra Piccirillo Dipartimento di Biomedicina Comparata e Alimentazione University of Padua Italy alessandra piccirillo unipd it Abstract The aim of the study was to determine the multilocus sequence types of Escherichia coli from diseased farm rabbits and apparently healthy wild lagomorphs and the genetic relatedness among them Fifty five enteropathogenic E coli from reared rabbits and 32 from wild rabbits and hares were characterised by multilocus sequence typing MLST according to the Michigan State University Ec MLST scheme Isolates were differentiated into 37 sequence types STs which were grouped into 8 clonal complexes CCs The most common ST was ST140 CC31 followed by ST238 and ST119 CC17 MLST analysis revealed 22 novel STs Phylogenetic analyses showed a heterogeneous distribution of STs into 3 clusters of genetically related strains The genetic relationship among STs of different origin and the detection of new as well as previously described STs as human pathogens indicate a widespread distribution and adaptability of particular

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.4139 (2016-04-25)
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  • Multilocus sequence typing of commensal and enteropathogenic Escherichia coli from domestic and wild lagomorphs in Italy | Dotto | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    Submission Editorial Board Advisory Board Impact Factor 2014 0 718 Impact Factor Metrics DOAJ Web statistics Advertising Alert me Thanks to reviewers 2014 Indexes of volumes 1 8 Book Reviews Remembrances We fight plagiarism SNIP 0 579 IPP 0 545 SJR 0 24 Current Issue Home Vol 14 No 4 2015 Dotto Download this PDF file Article Metrics Metrics Loading Metrics powered by PLOS ALM The Italian Journal of Animal

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.4139/2991 (2016-04-25)
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  • Biodiversity and genetic polymorphisms against scrapie in Sopravissana sheep breed | Curcio | Italian Journal of Animal Science
    Ludovica Curcio Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie Alimentari e Ambientali University of Perugia Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell Umbria e delle Marche Area Ricerca e Sviluppo Perugia Italy Emiliano Lasagna Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie Alimentari e Ambientali University of Perugia Italy emiliano lasagna unipg it Francesca M Sarti Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie Alimentari e Ambientali University of Perugia Italy Carla Sebastiani Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell Umbria e delle Marche Area Ricerca e Sviluppo Perugia Italy Giovanni Pezzotti Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell Umbria e delle Marche Area Ricerca e Sviluppo Perugia Italy Massimo Biagetti Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell Umbria e delle Marche Area Ricerca e Sviluppo Perugia Italy Abstract Scrapie is a neurodegenerative disease affecting ovine and it is one of several transmissible spongiform encephalopathies TSEs Scrapie is recognized as two forms classical and atypical Susceptibility or resistance to classical scrapie is strongly regulated by the polymorphisms at codons 136 154 and 171 of the PRNP gene Genetic role in atypical scrapie has been described at codons 141 and 154 these ones are involved in the occurrence of the disease at different risk degrees The aim of this study was to assess the allelic and genotypic frequencies in Sopravissana breed an endangered autochthon breed of central Italy in addition the presence and the frequency of potential protective ARQ allele variants able to increase scrapie resistance by preserving a higher variability of PRNP were evaluated Three alleles ARQ ARR and AHQ and seven genotypes were observed based on codons 136 154 and 171 with different frequencies Moreover the entire coding sequence of prion protein PRNP of the ARQ ARQ was sequenced two non synonymous L141F 23 8 and H143R 16 7 also two synonymous polymorphisms codons 231 and 237 were found The results showed that the ARQ ARQ sheep should be considered as a

    Original URL path: http://ijas.pagepress.org/index.php/ijas/article/view/ijas.2015.4251 (2016-04-25)
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