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Microbial health risk posed by table eggs in Trinidad
Failure to properly handle or heat table eggs sold in Trinidad poses a potential health hazard to consumers because of their poor microbial quality.
Medicinal and ethnoveterinary remedies of hunters in Trinidad
- C. Lans, T. Harper, K. Georges, E. Bridgewater
- BiologyBMC complementary and alternative medicine
- 30 November 2001
Ethnomedicines are used by hunters for themselves and their hunting dogs in Trinidad and it is suggested that the medicinal plants exerted a physiological action on the hunter or his dog.
Medicinal plants used for dogs in Trinidad and Tobago.
Prevalence of antimicrobial residues in table eggs in Trinidad.
- A. Adesiyun, N. Offiah, V. Lashley, N. Seepersadsingh, S. Rodrigo, K. Georges
- Biology, MedicineJournal of food protection
- 1 July 2005
It was concluded that the presence of antimicrobial residues, particularly sulfonamides, in table eggs could be of public health significance to the consumer.
Characterization of Giardia duodenalis infections in dogs in Trinidad and Tobago.
Prevalence and serotypes of Salmonella spp. on chickens sold at retail outlets in Trinidad
Raw chicken carcasses purchased from cottage poultry processors pose a significantly higher risk of contamination with Salmonella spp.
Non-experimental validation of ethnoveterinary plants and indigenous knowledge used for backyard pigs and chickens in Trinidad and Tobago
An exploratory study on ethnoveterinary medicines used for backyard pigs and backyard chickens in Trinidad and Tobago revealed few toxicity concerns and the potential usefulness of the plants.
Women’s Knowledge of Herbs used in Reproduction in Trinidad and Tobago
Evaluation of the bacteriological quality of ice cream sold in Trinidad
Ethnoveterinary medicines used for horses in Trinidad and in British Columbia, Canada
- C. Lans, N. Turner, Gerhard Brauer, Grant Lourenco, K. Georges
- Environmental ScienceJournal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine
- 7 August 2006
Of these the most-evidently effective plants 19 of the plants used in Trinidad and 66 of those used in BC are described and evaluated in this paper.