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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.

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  1. TISSUE DISTRIBUTION AND RESIDUE DEPLETION OF FLUMEQUINE IN THE RABBIT

    Villa, R.; Cagnardi, P.; Bacchetta, S.; Sonzogni, O.; Arioli, F.; Carli, S.
    [EN] Flumequine is a fluoroquinolone derivative used in food-producing species to control systemic infections caused by susceptible microorganisms, in particular Gram negative species such as Escherichia coli, Salmonella spp. and Pasteurella spp. Our study was carried out in order to evaluate the distribution and residue depletion of flumequine in rabbits. Tissue distribution was defined administering a single oral dose of 15 mg of flumequine per kg body weight. Residue depletion was determined administering the drug via drinking water at the ranging dose of 15 mg per kg body weight for 5 days. The tissue concentrations were quantified using a HPLC...
    - 02-jun-2018

  2. THE EFFECTS OF ALFAPROSTOL (PGF2a analogue) AND eCG ON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCES IN POSTPARTUM RABBITS

    Mollo, A.; Veronesi, M.C.; Battocchio, M.; Cairoli, F.; Brecchia, G.; Boiti, C.
    [EN] The aim of this study was to verify the effectiveness of post partum pharmacological oestrus synchronisation with alfaprostol or eCG in improving rabbit doe reproductive performances and to evaluate the incidence of pseudopregnancy in this species. One hundred and eighty commercial hybrid rabbit does, multiparous and lactating, were randomly divided into three groups (n=60) and treated on day 8 post partum (pp) as follows: Group A, 1 mL s.c. vitaminic solution with 200 mg alfaprostol, a synthetic analogue of PGF2a; Group B, 1 mL sc vitaminic solution with 20 I.U eCG; Group C (Control) 1 mL sc vitaminic solution....
    - 02-jun-2018

  3. RESPONSE TO SELECTION FOR GROWTH RATE IN RABBITS ESTIMATED BY USING A CONTROL CRYOPRESERVED POPULATION

    Piles, M.; Blasco, A.
    [EN] An experiment of selection for growth rate in rabbits was carried out. Response to selection was estimated by analyzing a mixed model and estimating the genetic effects of the animals in each generation, and also by comparing the last generation of selection with a control population. Animals originated from a synthetic rabbit line. Embryos from generations 3 and 4 were frozen and thawed in order to be contemporaries of rabbits born in generation 10. Group C was the offspring of generations 3 and 4, and group S was the contemporary offspring of generation 10. Random samples of the posterior...
    - 02-jun-2018

  4. INTERLABORATORY STUDY ON ILEAL DIGESTIBILITY IN RABBITS: THE EFFECT OF DIGESTA COLLECTION TIME AND A SIMPLIFICATION OF THE PROCEDURE.

    Blas, E.; Falcao, L.; Gidenne, T.; Scapinello, C.; Pinheiro, V.; García, A.I.; Carabaño, R.
    [EN] In four laboratories, a total of 52 adult rabbits were fitted with a single T glass cannula at terminal ileum. After surgery recovery, animals were fed ad libitum with the same batch of a diet labelled by the addition of ytterbium attached to fibre particles. The effect of time during the ileal digesta collection period (morning and evening) on ileal digesta composition and ileal digestibility of DM, CP, NDF and ADF was evaluated. Compared with the evening samples, the morning samples had higher content of ytterbium (+5%) and CP (+43%) but lower contents of NDF (-9%) and ADF (-11%)....
    - 02-jun-2018

  5. EFFECTS OF THE TIME OF INSEMINATION AND LITTER SIZE ON THE GESTATION LENGTH OF RABBITS.

    Rashwan, A.A.; Szendrõ, ZS.; Matics, ZS.; Szalai, A.; Biró-Németh, E.; Szendrõ, E.; Nagy, I.
    [EN] Pannon White nulliparous and multiparous does were divided into two groups and inseminated at 8:00 a.m. (n = 587) or at 8:00 p.m. (n = 548). On the basis of 390 and 346 kindlings respectively, it was established that the 12-hour time difference between inseminations had no effect on the length of gestation (31.73 and 31.67 days, respectively). The time of parturition was also influenced by the time of day. Does most often kindled between 22:00 and 04:00 and least often during the day (between 10:00 and 16:00). Parity significantly influenced gestation length (first parity: 31.42 days, 8th -10th...
    - 02-jun-2018

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