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Clinical and Laboratory Findings in Equine Piroplasmosis
Abstract The objective of this study was to evaluate equine piroplasmosis (EP) as a cause of morbidity in horses in Sardinia (Italy), describe the clinical signs and altered hematologic andExpand
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Ehrlichiosis and Rickettsiosis in a Canine Population of Northern Sardinia
Abstract: Ehrlichiosis and rickettsiosis are very common, widespread diseases. These diseases are present in Sardinia year round because its temperate weather permits the survival of many kinds ofExpand
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Enhanced microbial degradation implicated in rapid loss of chlorpyrifos from the controlled-release formulation suSCon® Blue in soil
Abstract Microbial degradation is considered to have contributed to rapid loss of chlorpyrifos from a controlled-release formulation (suSCon ® Blue) in Australian sugarcane where control of greybackExpand
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Behavioral Disturbances: An Innovative Approach to Monitor the Modulatory Effects of a Nutraceutical Diet
In dogs, diets are often used to modulate behavioral disturbances related to chronic anxiety and stress caused by intense and restless activity. However, the traditional ways to monitor behavioralExpand
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Commonalities in Development of Pure Breeds and Population Isolates Revealed in the Genome of the Sardinian Fonni's Dog
The island inhabitants of Sardinia have long been a focus for studies of complex human traits due to their unique ancestral background and population isolation reflecting geographic and culturalExpand
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Oxidative stress and food supplementation with antioxidants in therapy dogs.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the ability of a long-term antioxidant-supplemented diet to regulate the oxidative stress and general health status of dogs involved in animal-assistedExpand
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Studies of modern Italian dog populations reveal multiple patterns for domestic breed evolution
Abstract Through thousands of years of breeding and strong human selection, the dog (Canis lupus familiaris) exists today within hundreds of closed populations throughout the world, each with definedExpand
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DEVELOPING AND EXTENDING 'GRUBPLAN' FOR MANAGEMENT OF GREYBACK CANEGRUB DAMAGE IN QUEENSLAND SUGARCANE
GrubPlan is an extension package developed by BSES to train growers and advisory staff in strategies to manage greyback canegrub populations in subsequent crops. GrubPlan assists growers to assessExpand
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Nodular lesions of the tongue in canine leishmaniosis.
In this case report, an atypical clinical presentation of leishmaniosis in a dog with multiple nodular lesions of the tongue is described. Haematological and biochemical analysis, serological testExpand
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