Karolina Jadwiga Skowron

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Fish meals, added to feeds as a source of protein, may contain pathogenic bacteria. Therefore, effective methods for their sanitizing, such as UV-C radiation, are needed to minimize the epidemiological risk. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of UV-C radiation on the sanitary state of fish meals. The research materials included salmon(More)
The aim of this study was to estimate the usefulness of mesophilic anaerobic digestion and aeration for sanitization of slurry from the aspect of limiting transmission of Salmonella into the environment. Material for the study was fresh pig slurry. Collected samples were subjected to anaerobic digestion at 35°C and aeration with an initial temperature of(More)
The aim of this study was to determine under laboratory conditions the percentage and rate of reduction in invasive Ascaris suum eggs, as well as the maximal time of invasiveness retaining by them in swine slurry and 3 soil types. A. suum eggs were introduced into perforated perlon bags which then were placed in samples of slurry and in humus layers of the(More)
Slurry, due to high microbiological contamination, requires hygienization before spreading. The agricultural usage of treated slurry has to guarantee biosafety. Therefore, constant monitoring of the slurry treatment process should be conducted. The use of Filter-Sandwich carriers seems to be a prospective solution. The aim of the research was to test(More)
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