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The chemical composition of the meat and liver of pigs fattened under production conditions was established with the addition of 3, 4, and 5 per cent bacterial protein to three experimental groups of animals, respectively. A control group of pigs was also used fed with no biomass in their feed. The trial lasted 104 days, the liveweight of the animals in the(More)
An experiment was carried out with 36 pigs, weighing 8 to 70 kg, divided into 4 groups to test the growth-promoting effect of kormogrisin-40 given with the feed. The animals were fed on one and the same standard combined feed--a basic ration to which antibiotics were added in the form of a premix as follows: group I (controls); group II--zinc-bacitracin in(More)
Two experiments were carried out with sows for fattening having a body weight of 20 to 100 kg. The following nutritive antibiotics were tested -- bacipharmin -- 10% (PRB), zinkbacitracin -- 10% (UFRJ), vitamycin 3 (USSR), nitrovin (Peizun, USA) and mekadox -- 5% (USA). It was established that the stimulating effect of these antibiotics was manifested during(More)
Systematic histological and ultra structural studies over operated patients and in experiment on white infantile mouse have revealed very serious liver alterations, when affected by echinococcosis. Alterations advance with disease progress and lead to cytological alterations in the organ in significant percent of the patients. Echinococcosis is accepted as(More)
The morphological characteristics of granulocyte/macrophageal (GM-) colonies and clusters, obtained in vitro (in semi-solid agar cultures) from bone marrow hematopoietic myeloid progenitors pertain to leukocyte hemorheology of healthy persons and patients with myeloid leukemias. The morphological features of in vitro growing myeloid progenitors,(More)
The SVET Space Greenhouse (SG)--the first and the only automated plant growth facility onboard the MIR Space Station in the period 1990-2000 was developed on a Russian-Bulgarian Project in the 80s. The aim was to study plant growth under microgravity in order to include plants as a link of future Biological Life Support Systems for the long-term manned(More)
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