Carole Jabbour

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Microsporidia are a group of highly adapted obligate intracellular parasites that are now recognized as close relatives of fungi. Their adaptation to parasitism has resulted in broad and severe reduction at (i) a genomic level by extensive gene loss, gene compaction, and gene shortening; (ii) a biochemical level with the loss of much basic metabolism; and(More)
A trial was conducted to study the influence of CP and fat content of the diet on performance and egg quality traits of brown egg-laying hens from 22 to 50 wk of age. The experiment was conducted as a completely randomized design with 8 treatments arranged factorially with 4 diets and 2 initial BW of the hens (1,592 vs. 1,860 g). Three of these diets(More)
A 42d study was conducted to determine the performance and oxidative stability effects of synthetic antioxidant {Santoquin M6 containing 66.6% Ethoxyquin (AOX)} in broilers fed diets containing either oxidized or non-oxidized fat. A total of 640 Ross-708 male chicks were assigned to 4 treatments with 8 pens/treatment and 20 chicks/pen. The study was carried(More)
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