Anthelmintic activity of Pistacia lentiscus foliage in two Middle Eastern breeds of goats differing in their propensity to consume tannin-rich browse.

@article{Landau2010AnthelminticAO,
  title={Anthelmintic activity of Pistacia lentiscus foliage in two Middle Eastern breeds of goats differing in their propensity to consume tannin-rich browse.},
  author={Serge Yan Landau and Hassan Azaizeh and Hussein Muklada and Tzach Aharon Glasser and Eugene D. Ungar and H Baram and N Abbas and Alex Markovics},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2010},
  volume={173 3-4},
  pages={280-6}
}
The Damascus and Mamber breeds of goats thrive in Middle Eastern Mediterranean regions where the tannin-rich (20% of polyethylene glycol-binding tannins) brush species Pistacia lentiscus L. (lentisk) is ubiquitous. In light of the increasing recognition of the anthelmintic activity of plant tannins, we examined the effect of offering lentisk foliage for 24… CONTINUE READING