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Preparatory work for the future development of animal based measures for assessing the welfare of pig ‐ Report 2: Preparatory work for the future development of animal based measures for assessing the welfare of weaned, growing and fattening pigs including aspects related to space allowance, floor types, tail biting and need for tail docking

Hans Spoolder, Marc Bracke, Christine Mueller‐Graf, Sandra Edwards
2011 EFSA Supporting Publications  
Acknowledgements This part updates the underlying report on tail biting: The risks associated with tail biting in pigs and possible means to reduce the need for tail docking considering the different housing  ...  EFSA reserves its rights, view and position as regards the issues addressed and the conclusions reached in the present document, without prejudice to the rights of the authors.  ...  By reducing the pen-level biting prevalence to 30 or 40%, only 6 and 12% of pigs suffer from tail biting, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.2903/sp.efsa.2011.en-181 fatcat:jvlii2n5sfhe5oegfsd3zasqgi

Protecting Groundwater for Health: Managing the Quality of Drinking-water Sources

Oliver Schmoll
2013 Water Intelligence Online  
This book points to a rational and systematic way of assessing the risks and to cost-effective approaches to manage them.  ...  It is widely assumed that faeces of animals represents a lesser risk to human health than human faeces of because of the 'species barrier' and especially the species-specificity of most viruses.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Funding for writing this chapter was provided in part by grants from U.S. EPA and from the Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture.  ... 
doi:10.2166/9781780405810 fatcat:fxsp6ktocfgmfezrf4cge6hy3e

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2005 Clinical Microbiology and Infection  
Quality controls ranges for FO, Fresh and AO were all in compliance, but Aged panels were out of range 29.3% of the time.  ...  members of Acinetobacter spp. and Pseudomonas aeruginosa collected from hospitals in North America, Europe and Asia.  ...  Methods: We studied the biological properties of 30 anthrax strains from our collection: 16 from humans, 4 from soil, 5 from sheepskins, 2 from sheep organs, and 3 from the external environment.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-0691.2005.clm_1134_02.x fatcat:ao6lemnsubdebket2q3mmwgrta


Dr. Anil Kumar Gupta
2021 Zenodo  
ASSESSING NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN IN PRESCHOOL AGE: D.Sc Thesis.  ...  I am highly indebted to my father for instilling the habit of learning in me, since my school days. Throughout the period of writing, I had encountered a number of obstacles.  ...  However, my wife has been a source of motivation to me to come out successfully through thick and thin. Further, I owe my gratitude to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5148803 fatcat:x5ohmgd7pjgihi65mqyrgf7q6i

Joseph Jones, M.D.: Scientist of the Old South

James L. Roark, James O. Breeden
1976 The Journal of southern history  
This report consists of three large, handwritten volumes; volumes 1 and 3 are in JJ- TU and Report of the, etc., Among the Pri.roner.r at Ander.ronrilte, Ga.  ...  Surgeon General's Office, Medical and Surgical Hi.rtory of the War of  ...  Almost 41,000 Union soldiers, Jones learned, had been sent to Andersonville from the opening of the prison in February 1864 to the time of his visit in September.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2206770 fatcat:ybxqwodylvd75gvox6k6r6n7ri

Midwestern Regional Meeting, April 20–21, 2017, Chicago, IL

2017 Journal of Investigative Medicine  
Conclusions B7-33 mitigates the MBG-induced and hyperglycemia-induced dysfunction of CTBs by attenuating anti-angiogenic phenotype similar to that seen in PreE.  ...  B7-33 also causes increased expression of mTOR and pAKT in CTBs.  ...  Future studies in other hospital settings should examine if perspectives in academic learning centers differ from those found in non-academic learning centers and by healthcare worker role.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jim-2017-000448 fatcat:eo42ew5wsbdgtp3zshbavbomle

Dogs, Zoonoses and Public Health 2nd Edition

Calum Macpherson, François-Xavier Meslin, Alexander Wandeler
Transmission from intermediate hosts to dogs is more predictable.  ...  All of the US studies using reported bite-rate data show the same pattern: people aged 4-19 receive about 20% of all dog bites (Beck, 1991; Beck et al., 1975; Hanna and Selby, 1981; Harris et al., 1974  ...  , to prevent females in oestrus from attracting males, and aggression and roaming in males.  ... 

Scientific report on the effects of farming systems on dairy cow welfare and disease

2009 EFSA Journal  
of pigs.  ...  Data from National Milk Records in the UK show an increase in average yields of dairy cows of about 200 kg/year from 1996 to 2002 and 50% of the progress in milk yield is attributed to genetics (Pryce  ...  Zero-grazing Feeding cattle with pasture plants or other food in a system that does not involve any time at pasture. Abbreviations  ... 
doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2009.1143r pmid:32313580 pmcid:PMC7163606 fatcat:5z6v4wtglrbtlprzuhjsaqrlcu

The Condition of the Working Class in England

Friedrich Engels
2003 American Journal of Public Health  
a time goes by, a time almost within the power of man to predict, must break out into a revolution in comparison with which the French Revolution, and the year 1794, will prove to have been child's play  ...  any inaccuracy, and to prove it by data as authentic as mine.  ...  I will now make good this unavoidable deficiency and, from time to time, will present facts as I find them in the sources available to me.  ... 
doi:10.2105/ajph.93.8.1246 pmid:12893604 fatcat:7tequswdrjeibef5zts2exm3yy

Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11 Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11

Jane Hurst, Robert Beynon, S Roberts, Tristram Wyatt, Jane Hurst, Robert Beynon, S Roberts, Tristram Wyatt
The use in this publication of trade names, trademarks, service marks, and similar terms, even if they are not identified as such, is not to be taken as an expression of opinion as to whether or not they  ...  Use in connection with any form of information storage and retrieval, electronic adaptation, computer software, or by similar or dissimilar methodology now known or hereafter developed is forbidden.  ...  Kuczynski and K. Pyle provided valuable assistance in data collection. J. Kolowski and J. Tanner provided many helpful suggestions.  ... 

Biological and Environmental Control of Disease Vectors Edited by

M Cameron, L Lorenz
Acknowledgements The author wishes to acknowledge the comments and contributions of Seth Irish, Steve Lindsay, Lorenz von Seidlein, Ayubo Kampango, Derek Charlwood, Mary Cameron and Lena Lorenz to earlier  ...  Acknowledgements Professor Brian Kay (Queensland Institute of Medical Research) and Professor Gerry Marten (University of Hawaii) provided copepod Figs 2.1 and 2.2, respectively, and are thanked.  ...  rmatory bite is received (time to fi rst bite), or until repellent effi cacy had decayed to 80%.  ... 

Why do individuals comply with mass drug administration for lymphatic filariasis? A case study from Alor District, Indonesia

Alison Krentel
The research demonstrates the complexities of interventions in societies undergoing transition from traditionally-based towards increased development.  ...  By using theoretical perspectives from social dilemma theory and health promotion theories, the research examines how various elements may influence a person to cooperate and consume LF treatment.  ...  I am certain that I will neglect to include someone, and for that, I must apologise in advance.  ... 
doi:10.17037/pubs.01742274 fatcat:p5ofeg4445hn7hlpy36pnjeitq

Papers in Australian Linguistics No. 13: Contributions to Australian Linguistics

Rigsby, B. (Ed.), Sutton, P. (Ed.), CRCL, CRCL, Pacific Linguistics And/Or The Author(S)
Whereas most Pama-Maric languages contrast lamino-dental � and n with lamino-palatal t Y and n Y , Hale was able to derive both series from a single laminal series in the protolanguage ; see and Sutton  ...  Aside from this significant tendency for -n-to funct ion as an accusative marker, the pat ient series has more in common with the intransitive subj ect series than does the 'agent ' series .  ...  Such cognitive models , beside s being part of the data which has to be accounted for, are useful in providing an additional ( and convenient ) methodological grid through whi ch man-environment systems  ... 
doi:10.15144/pl-a59 fatcat:5jly34japbdajde2al63njzrma

Goat Meat Production and Quality imillig1111101 Airs lig"' FaX wets pik Edited by , Goat Meat Production and Quality Goat Meat Production and Quality Edited by CABI is a trading name of CAB International CABI

Osman Mahgoub, Isam Kadini, Rhea, Mahgoub, I Kadim, E Webb, Nosworthy Way
As forage availability decreases, bite size declines, which results in at least partial compensatory changes in grazing time and rate of biting (Davies and Southey, 2001) .  ...  The change in the duration of the night-time melatonin pattern alters the hypothalamic responsiveness to oestradiol, and this leads to changes in the frequency of LH pulses.  ...  The proportions of vaccinic acid (C18:1 trans-11) and rumenic acid (C18:2 cis-9, trans-11) increased from 0.20 and 0.26% to 1.15 and 0.81%, respectively, when the concentration of SFAs, and C18:1 and w  ... 

Falling on deaf ears? Listening to Indigenous voices regarding ear disease ('otitis media') and hearing loss [article]

Corinne Walsh, University, The Australian National
To achieve this, 8 months was spent (from February to September 2017) undertaking fieldwork in the Aboriginal community of Yarrabah in Far North Queensland.  ...  In particular, the voices and discourses of Indigenous community members are noticeably absent in the framing of ear and hearing issues, and this is the main gap this Ph.D. aims to fill.  ...  Another said, "from time to time people still hunt dugongs, if they come in close enough to shore, and they'll bottle up the oil."  ... 
doi:10.25911/xdav-r302 fatcat:dtjkcnttjzed5lp4xgglf5aomy
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