The History and Prevalence of Cystic Hydatidosis (Hydatid Disease) in Sheep, Goats, Cattle and Camels in Libya: A Review

Cystic hydatid disease is caused by Echinococcus granulosus, a cestode parasite. Hydatid cysts are one of the most common parasitic infections in Libya, causing a variety of health problems in humans and financial losses due to the condemnation of infected

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Study on Effect of Fibrolytic Enzymes Supplementation on in vitro Gas Production Kinetics and Ruminal Fermentation of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) By-Products

One of the suggested stunning methods that is consistent with animal welfare is electric field exposure during fish harvesting at an aquaculture farm or sample site. The goal of this study is to examine the microbiological and psychochemical quality of

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Effects of Electric Field Exposure on Microbiological and Physiochemical Quality in Climbing Perch (Anabas testudines)

One of the suggested stunning methods that is consistent with animal welfare is electric field exposure during fish harvesting at an aquaculture farm or sample site. The goal of this study is to examine the microbiological and psychochemical quality of

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Carcass Characteristics of Commercial Broiler Chicks Affected by Probiotic Supplementation

The goal of this study was to see how probiotics affected the carcass characteristics of commercial broiler chicks. The study looked at two probiotic levels (without and with probiotic supplementation). The probiotic groups had two replicates in the trial. At

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Study on Production of Microbial Lignolytic Enzymes for Deconstruction of Lignocellulosic Biomass for Feeding Ruminants: Current Trends and Future Prospects

Lignolytic enzymes secreted by ligninolytic fungi, such as laccase, manganese peroxidase, lignin peroxidase, and versatile peroxidase, have been employed to deconstruct lignocellulosic material for feeding ruminants. The focus of the study is on the structures, catalysis, and reaction processes of

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Study on the Effect of Different Rearing Conditions during Milk Drinking Period on Performance and Behaviour of Dairy Cows in their First Lactation

The researchers wanted to see if the sire lineage and rearing conditions until weaning affected cow growth, milk yield, and maze learning behaviour. 35 Holstein heifers were randomly assigned to one of three treatments: SM, n=13, in hutch from 2nd

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Dental Resorption without Hypercementosis in Horses: Case Reports and Discussion

Over the course of 17 months, a horse with poor body condition, periodontal infection, and pain around the mandibular incisors with only fragments of teeth was investigated and radiographed before and after surgery. Another horse with a mandibular fracture and

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Feasibility of Artificial Insemination Network for Egyptian Buffalo Development: A Literature Reviews

Egypt has a competitive advantage in milk production rather than red meat production, particularly from buffalo, according to literature evaluations. Furthermore, water resources are becoming increasingly restricted, limiting fodder acreage horizontal expansion. Furthermore, there is strong competition for available agricultural

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An Advance Study on Dairy Buffalo Development through Investment in Genetic Improvement

In Asian countries, dairy products are an essential source of animal protein, particularly for nutritionally disadvantaged groups and vegetarians. As a result, raising buffalo milk output through genetic improvement from the sperm of a selected buffalo sire with a high

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The Chalactalistcs of Inhalational Anesthesia for Cats

While sevoflurane is becoming more often used in veterinary medicine, it can produce dose-dependent hypotension, hypoventilation, decreased cardiac contractility, and hypothermia. To avoid excessive anaesthetic depth, sevoflurane must be carefully titrated and monitored due to these adverse effects. “Produces immobility

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