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Mimicking Natural Nursing Conditions Promotes Early Pup Survival in Domestic Rabbits
In the wild rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus, mother-young relationships are based on restricted, once-per-day nursing interactions. Correspondingly, pups have evolved an efficient strategy of energyExpand
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Individual variability in the digestive flora of the broiler chicken analysed by molecular fingerprint.
With the withdrawal of antibiotic growth promotants, a better knowledge and control of the microflora of the digestive tract is essential for animal feeding. The digestive bacterial community variesExpand
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Immediate postnatal sucking in the rabbit: its influence on pup survival and growth.
This study was aimed at characterising the impact of immediate postnatal sucking on pup survival and development. The interactive effects of postnatal success with the day 0 weight of pups, theExpand
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE VIRULENCE OF Pasteurella multocida FROM RABSITS ( O . cuniculus )
Severa! strains of Pasteurella multocida, isolated from New Zea1and rabbits, were tested for their pathogenic effect on rabbits after intramuscular injection. The pathogenic characteristics of theExpand