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Competition Horses Housed in Single Stalls (II): Effects of Free Exercise on the Behavior in the Stable, the Behavior during Training, and the Degree of Stress
Although housing horses in single stalls limits their natural behaviour to a great extent, this housing system is widespread in Germany, especially for competition horses. To improve the welfare of this system, free exercise ...
Temporary Turnout for Free Exercise in Groups: Effects on the Behavior of Competition Horses Housed in Single Stalls
In Germany most competition horses are housed in single stalls and free exercise is not permitted in many cases. The reason for not allowing free exercise is mostly the risk of injury. Additionally, opinions exist that the ...
Survey of maize from south-western Nigeria for zearalenone, alpha- and beta-zearalenols, fumonisin B1 and enniatins produced by Fusarium species.
A survey for the natural occurrence of Fusarium mycotoxins in maize for human consumption in four south-western states of Nigeria using High Performance Liquid Chromatography coupled with Mass Spectroscopy (HPLC/MS) showed ...
Bodenmüdigkeit bei Rosen: Neue Forschungsansätze
Bodenmüdigkeit bei Rosen (Rosenmüdigkeit) ist ein schwerwiegendes Problem sowohl in Privatgärten als auch öffentlichen Parks sowie für den kommerziellen Rosenanbau. Im folgenden Artikel wird der Begriff Rosen müdigkeit ...
Components of variance in transcriptomics based on electrophoretic separation of cDNA fragments (cDNA-AFLP)
The sources of variance and errors in transcriptomics based on the electrophoretic separation of amplified cDNA fragments were investigated using cDNA-AFLP. Transcriptome profiles of the plant-pathogenic fungus ...
Point-Of-Care or Point-Of-Need Diagnostic Tests: Time to Change Outbreak Investigation and Pathogen Detection
In the recent years, the progress of international trade and travel has led to an increased risk of emerging infections. Around 75 percent of the pathogens causing these infections are of animal origin. Point-of-care tests ...
A Global Survey on Diseases and Pests in Oilseed Rape—Current Challenges and Innovative Strategies of Control
The introduction of high-yielding and hybrid cultivars and the opening of new markets in the food and feed sector have steadily increased rapeseed production since the 1980s in the main production regions, Canada, Europe, ...