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Nutrition

Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 22/10/2018

Necrosis by trichothecenes

Trichotheces belong to the sesquiterpenes mycototoxin group. They cause burns of a different severity when are in contact with mucosae...


Blogs

Lda. Maria Sabaté - 25/09/2018

Dr. Roberto Minetti: “Any change in the legislation modifies behavior in the producers”

We interviewed Roberto Minetti, member of the register Department of the National Service of health and agro-food quality (SENASA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Dr. Minetti has been a member of the SENASA Veterinary team for 23 years. In this interview he...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 12/09/2018

Avian clostridiosis

Clostridium perfringens es un microorganismo de origen telúrico que se introduce con facilidad en la cadena alimentaria. Prolifera en alimentos ricos en proteína o en alimentos con un porcentaje elevado de proteína no digestible y actúa ocasionando...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 11/02/2018

Biotin deficiency and Eimeria acervulina

Biotin deficiency in feed is one of the main causes of intestinal mucosa's poor integrity.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 3/06/2017

Differential diagnosis in oral plaque

Although the presence of oral plaques in the tongue or in the palate of birds has traditionally been attributed to the presence of mycotoxins of the sesquiterpene group, there are other causes that must be taken into account to establish a differential...


Blogs

VD - 1/04/2017

Codium bursa: Example of nutritional transfer between minerals and animals. Dissemination 105th

Classified by Carl Adolph Agardh (1817), it forms part of the group of chlorophytic and photophilous algae. It is attached to sea very deep or rocky bottoms between 3 and 40 m depth. It is formed by a hollow sphere filled with water, with internal...


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