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In order to obtain better knowledge about the physiological mechanism of endurance shade in different soybean cultivars, two soybean cultivars soybean with different levels of shade endurance was plant under two different light condition and the characteristics of expansins in soybean internodes and their responses to shade stress were studied. Expansin proteins were extracted from the cell wa ...

SUBJECT: expansins; relay cropping; soybean; cell wall; shade stress

POSTED TO: Asian Journal of Crop Science [1994-7879]

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This research was undertaken to determine the effect of sowing dates and integrated use of inorganic and organic fertilizers on growth and forage yield of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.), in newly cultivated land. The experiment was conducted at the experimental farm Faculty of Agriculture, South Valley University at Qena Governorate, Egypt, during the years 2009 and 2010. Three ...

SUBJECT: forage pearl millet; sowing dates; cutting; crude protein; green fodder

POSTED TO: Asian Journal of Crop Science [1994-7879]

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Micronutrient malnutrition, resulting from dietary deficiency of important minerals such as zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe), is a widespread food-related health problem. In a recent initiative of CGIAR’s HarvestPlus challenge program is embarked upon to address this issue through the development of biofortified cultivars with elevated levels of these micronutrients in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L ...

SUBJECT: core-collection; genetic variation; durum wheat; micronutrients; bread wheat

POSTED TO: Asian Journal of Crop Science [1994-7879]

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The awareness that natural and semi-natural ecosystems provide benefits to human society, which are of great economic, ecological and socio-cultural value, can be dated back to the mid-1960s and early 1970s. More recently, there has been an almost exponential growth in publications on the benefits of natural ecosystems to human society. However, despite the enhancing interest in ecosystem serv ...

SUBJECT: valuation; ecosystem services/functions; landscape services/functions; quantifying and mapping; classifying

POSTED TO: Living Reviews in Landscape Research [1863-7329]

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An abattoir based study was conducted to determine the incidence of hydatid cyst disease in cattle, camel, sheep and goats, over a one year period (Oct 2003- Sept 2004). Forty six thousand two hundred and twenty three (46223) cattle; 3545 camel; 16345 sheep and 14134 goats were examined at post mortem for evidence of hydatid cyst lesions. Incidences of 34 (0.07%), 318 (8.97%), 23 (0.14%) and 4 ...

SUBJECT: abattoir; parasite; food animal; zoonosis; camel

POSTED TO: Veterinary World [0972-8988]

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This study aimed to isolate and enumerate Nocardiae from the examined raw milk samples. 240 random milk samples were collected from cows, buffaloes, sheep and goats from different localities in Assiut city- Egypt. The incidences of Nocardia spp. were 47.8, 43.3, 53.3 and 66.7% with average counts of 3.8 x104, 4.5x104, 1.4x104 and 7.6x103/CFUmL of the examined samples, respectively. Pathogenici ...

SUBJECT: pathogenicity; nocardia species; raw milk,incidence; zoonosis

POSTED TO: Veterinary World [0972-8988]

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Among 190 milk samples confirmed positive for bovine mastitis by California mastitis test, Somatic cell count and White side test. Among 190 samples, 138 (72.63 %) samples. Staphylococcus aureus (27.37%) was found to be the most prevalent organism followed by coagulase negative Staphylococcus spp. (12.63%), E. coli. (08.95%), Pseudomonas spp. (07.89%), Streptococcus spp. (05.79%), mixed bacter ...

SUBJECT: bovine mastitis; climatic condition; incidence

POSTED TO: Veterinary World [0972-8988]

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A study was undertaken in southern peninsular State of India, the Tamil Nadu State, (i) to ascertain the time costs of animal health care and bovine breeding services, and (ii) to comprehend the perceptions of farmers on the livestock services rendered by different service providers. The districts of the state were categorized as 'Livestock Developed' (LD) and 'Livestock Under Developed' (LUD) ...

SUBJECT: livestock services; service time; travel time; waiting time; service quality

POSTED TO: Veterinary World [0972-8988]

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[Vet. World 2011; 4(5.000): 213-214]

POSTED TO: Veterinary World [0972-8988]

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Streptococcus suis is a major porcine pathogen, causing economical health worldwide problems in the global swine industry. It is also emerging as a zoonotic agent capable of causing severe invasive disease in humans exposed to pigs or pork products. The most important clinical sign in swine and human is meningitis, but other pathological conditions have also been described. Serotype 2 is the m ...

SUBJECT: swine; streptococcus suis; pork meat; zoonotic risk; human

POSTED TO: Veterinary World [0972-8988]

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