Recursos de colección

RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (102.815 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

Mostrando recursos 1 - 8 de 8

  1. Technical Note: A flux chamber for measuring gas emissions from rabbits

    Estellés, F.; Calvet Sanz, Salvador; Blumetto, O.; RODRÍGUEZ LATORRE, ANDRÉS RAFAEL; Torres Salvador, Antonio Germán
    [EN] Atmospheric pollution related to gas emissions from livestock production has become an issue of increasing interest. International commitments bind countries to provide annual reports on national emissions, however there is a lack of information regarding the estimation of emissions from rabbit farms. There are several methodologies available to measure gas emissions, the flux chamber technique being one of the most commonly used. In this study, a flux chamber was designed to measure emissions from small farm animals and their manure, as well as the methodology to calculate ventilation fluxes appropriate for each experiment. After the chamber was constructed, two...

  2. Technical Note: Rabbit welfare during electrical stunning and slaughter at a commercial abattoir

    Rota Nodari, S.; Lavazza, A.; Candotti, P.
    [EN] A total of 1020 crossbreed rabbits were individually examined to evaluate their welfare during electric stunning and slaughter in a commercial abattoir. Stunning (the position of electrodes and repetition of applications of current) and sticking (the position, length and depth of the cut) procedures were checked. The rabbits were monitored behaviourally from the application of the current to death. The stunning system was incorrectly applied one hundred and ten times (10.8%). Three rabbits failed to be stunned and were still conscious at sticking. Eighteen rabbits recovered before the onset of death, as shown by their corneal reflex and in...

  3. Effect of group size and stocking density on productive, carcass, meat quality and aggression traits of growing rabbits

    Szendrö, Zs.; Princz, Z.; Romvári, R.; Locsmándi, L.; Szabó, A.; Bázár, Gy.; Radnai, I.; Biró-Németh, E.; Matics, Zs.; Nagy, I.
    [EN] The aim of the experiment was to examine the effect of group size and stocking density on productive, carcass and meat quality traits. The trial was conducted using 230 Pannon white rabbits weaned at 5 weeks and reared until the age of 11 weeks. Seven groups were formed with different cage/pen sizes (group size) and stocking densities: SC16=small cage (0.12 m2), 16 rabbits/m2 (2 rabbits/cage); LC16=large cage (0.50 m2), 16 rabbits/m2 (8 rabbits/cage); LC12=large cage, 12 rabbits/m2 (6 rabbits/cage); SP16=small pen (0.86 m2), 16 rabbits/m2 (13 rabbits/cage); SP12=small pen, 12 rabbits/m2 (10 rabbits/cage); LP16=large pen (1.72 m2), 16 rabbits/m2...

  4. Impact of concurrent pregnancy and lactation on maternal nestbuilding, estradiol and progesterone concentrations in rabbits

    González-Mariscal, G.; Gallegos, J.A.; Sierra-Ramírez, A.; Garza Flores, J.
    [EN] We evaluated the impact of concurrent pregnancy and lactation on: nest-building (i.e., digging, straw-carrying, hair-pulling), food intake, milk output, body weight, and the concentration of estradiol and progesterone in blood. Digging was lower in pregnant-lactating (PL) rabbits, compared with pregnant-only (PO) does, on 21-23 d (52±64 vs. 104±86 g, respectively; mean±SD; P<0.05). Straw-carrying was also reduced in PL does on 24-26 d (9±27 vs. 79±94 g; P<0.005), 27-29 (27±56 vs. 99±77 g; P<0.005), and in the total amount of material introduced into the nest box (132±167 vs. 286±217 g; P<0.02). Hair-pulling was expressed by practically all animals. Food intake...

  5. Sulfadimethoxine residues in rabbit muscle after extended oral treatment at therapeutic dosage

    Barthe, C.; Guicherd, A.; Quillon, J.P.
    [EN] Sulfadimethoxine is extensively used in rabbit breeding for preventive and curative purpose and residues are sometimes observed in carcasses at slaughter. It has been suggested this is due to dosage and/or duration of treatment not being in compliance with the manufacturer's recommendations, which probably induces residue levels in the meat above the maximum residue limit (MRL) value of 100 ¿g/kg. In order to test this hypothesis, a study was carried out on gravid rabbits and their progeny. The animals were subjected to an extended treatment with sulfadimethoxine at therapeutic level in the feed. The feed was supplemented before pelleting...

  6. Study of urgent visits to commercial rabbit farms in Spain and Portugal during 1997-2007

    Rosell, J.M.; Fuente, L.F. de la; Badiola, J.I.; Fernández de Luco, D.; Casal, J.; Saco, M.
    [EN] This is a report on work carried out on 4307 visits to 868 commercial farms with domestic rabbits in Spain and Portugal from January 1997 to December 2007. Of the total visits, 2237 (52%) were emergencies on 660 farms. The median size of the farms ranged between 450 does in 1997 and 750 in 2007. This retrospective study measures the clinical disease occurrence using the Monthly Risk of urgent visits (MR), i.e. the percentage of visits made as a result of each clinical disease in comparison with the total number of urgent visits made each month. The main reasons...

  7. Main pathologies associated with "Staphylococcus aureus" infections in rabbits: a review

    Corpa, J.M.; Hermans, K.; Haesebrouck, F.
    [EN] Staphylococcus aureus is a versatile opportunistic pathogen that causes a wide spectrum of pathologies. In rabbits, this bacterium infects dermal lesions causing suppurative dermatitis, and invades subcutaneous tissues, causing different well-known disease conditions such as mastitis, abscesses (subcutaneously or affecting internal organs) and pododermatitis. However, the lesions associated with S. aureus have rarely been described in detail in the literature. The aim of this paper is to update the knowledge on rabbit staphylococcosis by focusing mainly on the different pathologies that this organism produces in commercial rabbits.

  8. Letter from editor: Editorial Board changes and Journal Citation Report

    Pascual Amorós, Juan José
    Pascual Amorós, JJ. (2009). Letter from editor: Editorial Board changes and Journal Citation Report. World Rabbit Science. 17(3). doi:10.4995/wrs.2009.650

Aviso de cookies: Usamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar nuestros servicios, para análisis estadístico y para mostrarle publicidad. Si continua navegando consideramos que acepta su uso en los términos establecidos en la Política de cookies.