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Gastrointestinal microbial ecology and the safety of our food supply as related to Salmonella.
- T. Callaway, T. Edrington, R. Anderson, J. Byrd, D. Nisbet
- Biology, MedicineJournal of animal science
- 1 April 2008
Approaches to reducing Salmonella in animals must take into consideration that the microbial ecology of the animal is a critical factor that should be accounted for when designing intervention strategies, and it is vital to understand how they function so that the law of unintended consequences is not invoked.
Shark fisheries of the Maldives
A rotary piston internal combustion engine with applied ignition by means of a spark plug within an ignition pre-chamber, especially of trochoidal construction, which essentially consists of a casing…
Effect of lactic acid administration in the drinking water during preslaughter feed withdrawal on Salmonella and Campylobacter contamination of broilers.
It is suggested that incorporation of lactic acid in the drinking water during pretransport FW may reduce Salmonella and Campylobacter contamination of crops and broiler carcasses at processing.
Past and present distribution, densities and movements of blue whales Balaenoptera musculus in the Southern Hemisphere and northern Indian Ocean
Blue whales avoid the oligotrophic central gyres of the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, but are more common where phytoplankton densities are high, and where there are dynamic oceanographic processes like upwelling and frontal meandering.
Evaluation of bacterial diversity in the rumen and feces of cattle fed different levels of dried distillers grains plus solubles using bacterial tag-encoded FLX amplicon pyrosequencing.
The normal microbiota of cattle were examined using modern molecular methods to understand how diets affect gastrointestinal ecology and the gastrointestinal contribution of the microbiome to animal health and production.
From monsoons to mantas: seasonal distribution of Manta alfredi in the Maldives
The Republic of Maldives in the central Indian Ocean is home to large numbers of manta rays, Manta alfredi. They are known to undertake seasonal migrations within the Maldives, but these movements…
Do dragonflies migrate across the western Indian Ocean?
- R. Anderson
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Tropical Ecology
- 1 July 2009
It is proposed that this massive movement of dragonflies is part of an annual migration across the western Indian Ocean from India to East Africa, and arrival dates in the Maldives and India demonstrate that the dragonflies travel from southern India, a distance of some 500–1000 km.
THE ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS OF MENINGEAL WORM AND NATIVE CERVIDS IN NORTH AMERICA*
- R. Anderson
- Environmental ScienceJournal of wildlife diseases
- 1 October 1972
Meningeal worm can apparently have considerable impact on moose populations in endemic areas and the existence of clinical disease in moose in an area should be regarded as evidence of a much more widespread disease problem which may have eventually a serious impact on the population.
Ionophores: their use as ruminant growth promotants and impact on food safety.
- T. Callaway, T. Edrington, D. Nisbet
- Biology, MedicineCurrent issues in intestinal microbiology
- 1 September 2003
Because of the complexity and high degree of specificity of ionophore resistance, it appears that ionophores do not contribute to the development of antibiotic resistance to important human drugs.
Forage feeding to reduce preharvest Escherichia coli populations in cattle, a review.
- T. Callaway, R. Elder, J. Keen, R. Anderson, D. Nisbet
- Biology, MedicineJournal of dairy science
- 1 March 2003
Results indicate that switching cattle from grain to forage could potentially reduce EHEC populations in cattle prior to slaughter; however the economic impact of this needs to be examined.