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[Is there a relation between the nervous diseases and nutrition in ruminants or is it just another story about BSE?]
Hlasny, J. [dec2002]
The relation between ruminant nutrition and BSE is discussed and an "ammonia-magnesium" theory is proposed. According to this theory the abnormal behaviour and CNS malfunction is a consequence of hyperammonemia and hypomagnesemia.
SUBJECT: consommation alimentaire; animal nutrition; slovak republic; symptome; poland
POSTED TO: Vyzkum v Chovu Skotu (Czech Republic) [0139-7265]
SUBJECT: japan; rendement en viande; south africa; sire evaluation; razas mixtas
POSTED TO: Bulletin - International Bull Evaluation Service (Sweden) [1011-6079]
SUBJECT: suisse; wastes; italie; italia; estonia
POSTED TO: European Papermaker (Sweden)
Chodova, D. et al. [[n.d.]]
This review summarises data from the literature and experimental tests on weed resistance to herbicides. Factors conditioning the origin of resistance are described. The origin of resistant weeds to nine active ingredients with a different mode of action is presented chronologically, and the distribution of resistant weeds around the world outlined. The fundamental modes of action, i.e. reduct ...
SUBJECT: pesticide resistance; pendimethalin; apera spica venti; mutants; amidas
POSTED TO: Plant Protection Science - UZPI (Czech Republic) [1212-2580]
Lampkin, N. et al. 
SUBJECT: irlanda del norte; agriculture biologique; politique agricole; belgium; espagne