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Small Ruminant Research

2009, v. 82, n. 1

  • Página 1-6
    Autor/es: El-Agamy, Elsayed I.; Nawar, Mohsen; Shamsia, Sherif M.; Awad, Sameh; Haenlein, George F.W.
    Título: Are camel milk proteins convenient to the nutrition of cow milk allergic children?
    Resumen: Camel, cow and human milk proteins were prepared and analyzed by two different gel electrophoretic techniques. The immunological cross-reactivity between camel and cow milk proteins was tested using immunoblotting and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (EL

  • Página 7-12
    Autor/es: Eguale, T.; Mekonnen, G.A.; Chaka, H.
    Título: Evaluation of variation in susceptibility of three Ethiopian sheep breeds to experimental infection with Fasciola hepatica.
    Resumen: A study was conducted to determine the variation in susceptibility of three Ethiopian sheep breeds (Arsi, Horro and Menz) to experimental infection with Fasciola hepatica. Arsi and Menz breeds of 16 rams each and Horro breed of 14 rams aged between 6 and

  • Página 13-17
    Autor/es: Obeidat, B.S.; Abdullah, A.Y.; Mahmoud, K.Z.; Awawdeh, M.S.; Al-beitawi, N.Z.; Al-Lataifeh, F.A.
    Título: Effects of feeding sesame meal on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and carcass characteristics of Awassi lambs.
    Resumen: Nutrient intake, diet digestibility, N balance, carcass characteristics, and meat quality were evaluated in Awassi lambs fed different levels of sesame meal (SM). Twenty-seven Awassi lambs of similar weight (BW = 18.8 ± 0.74 kg) and age (65 ± 1.09 days) w

  • Página 18-26
    Autor/es: Álvarez-Rodríguez, J.; Sanz, A.; Joy, M.
    Título: The effect of the spring management system on blood metabolites and luteal function of ewes on Mediterranean mountain areas.
    Resumen: Forty-eight adult ewes rearing single lambs were assigned to four management systems with the aim of comparing their productive, metabolic and luteal function response within the anoestrus season: (1) Indoor ewes (IND): Ewes and lambs permanently indoors.

  • Página 27-33
    Autor/es: Afolayan, R.A.; Fogarty, N.M.; Morgan, J.E.; Gaunt, G.M.; Cummins, L.J.; Gilmour, A.R.
    Título: Preliminary genetic correlations of milk production and milk composition with reproduction, growth, wool traits and worm resistance in crossbred ewes.
    Resumen: Genetic correlations were estimated between ewe milk production and composition traits and other production traits, including early growth, wool, worm resistance and reproduction, among 944 crossbred ewes. Daily milk production of the ewes was estimated u

  • Página 34-39
    Autor/es: Bambou, Jean-Christophe; González-García, Eliel; Chevrotière, Claudia de la; Arquet, Rémy; Vachiéry, Nathalie; Mandonnet, Nathalie
    Título: Peripheral immune response in resistant and susceptible Creole kids experimentally infected with Haemonchus contortus.
    Resumen: The objective of this study was to characterize the peripheral immune response during haemonchosis in goats by comparing genetically resistant and susceptible animals. We analyzed the changes of circulating lymphocyte populations after experimental infect

  • Página 40-45
    Autor/es: Hall, Jean A.; Van Saun, Robert J.; Nichols, Tom; Mosher, Wayne; Pirelli, Gene
    Título: Comparison of selenium status in sheep after short-term exposure to high-selenium-fertilized forage or mineral supplement
    Resumen: Sheep grazed in Se-deficient areas without access to Se supplements may be Se deficient by the end of the grazing season. One limitation to feeding mineral mixes and feeds containing inorganic Se-supplements is the short duration of Se storage in the anim

  • Página 46-52
    Autor/es: Arthur, R.L.; Hudson, R.J.; Donkor, N.T.; King, J.R.
    Título: Foraging rates of wapiti on alfalfa/bromegrass pastures.
    Resumen: Within Aspen–Boreal ecosystems, little information exists on functional response of wapiti foraging on improved pastures. We compared feeding rates (g/min) of wapiti (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) on predominant bromegrass (Bromus riparius Rhem. cv. Regar) and

  • Página 53-57
    Autor/es: Obidike, I.R.; Aka, L.O.; Okafor, C.I.
    Título: Time-dependant peri-partum haematological, biochemical and rectal temperature changes in West African dwarf ewes.
    Resumen: Postpartum profiles of haematological components as well as some of the biochemical blood constituents were investigated in 16 West African dwarf ewes for the first 30 days following parturition. Blood samples collected from parturient ewes, managed semi-

  • Página 58-61
    Autor/es: Queiroga, R.C.R.E.; Fernandes, M.F.; Medeiros, A.N.; Costa, R.G.; Oliveira, C.J.B.; Bomfim, M.A.D.; Guerra, I.C.D.
    Título: Physicochemical and sensory effects of cotton seed and sunflower oil supplementation on Moxotó goat milk.
    Resumen: The effects of two levels of cotton seed and sunflower oil supplemented to the concentrate fed to Moxotó milking goats on the physicochemical and sensory characteristics of milk were studied. Treatments consisted of a control group without oil (control),

  • Página 62-65
    Autor/es: Costa, Roberto Germano; Beltrão Filho, Edvaldo Mesquita; Nunes de Medeiros, Ariosvaldo; Naves Givisiez, Patrícia Emília; de Cássia Ramos do Egypto Queiroga, Rita; Silva Melo, Airon Aparecido
    Título: Effects of increasing levels of cactus pear (Opuntia ficus-indica L. Miller) in the diet of dairy goats and its contribution as a source of water.
    Resumen: This study evaluated the effect of substituting corn meal with cactus pear (Opuntia ficus-indica L. Miller) on water intake of dairy goats during lactation. Ten goats (Saanen, n = 5; Alpine, n = 5) were distributed in two 5 × 5 Latin squares according to

  • Página 66-68
    Autor/es: Paraud, C.; Fournier, E.; Robergeot, V.; Kulo, A.; Pors, I.; Baudry, C.; Chartier, C.
    Título: Calicophoron daubneyi infection in grazing goats: Results from a cross-sectional coprological survey in France.
    Resumen: Infection of grazing goats by Calicophoron daubneyi has already been described in France, in particular in the Saône-et-Loire area (eastern France). The aim of the present study was to describe more precisely the distribution of this parasite in this area