vol número2 BOCIO COLOIDE ADENOMATOSO MULTINODULAR EN UN SEMENTAL BOVINO: REPORTE DE UN CASO · índice de autores · índice de. persist – timo persistente thyroid, tiroideo adj; tiroides m//; bocio fam; aberrant cattle – garrapata de los bovinos; – fever fiebre de las Montañas Rocosas. BOCIO COLOIDE ADENOMATOSO MULTINODULAR EN UN SEMENTAL BOVINO: REPORTE DE UN CASO Translated title: ADENOMATOUS.
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Iodine I content of rations is a factor associated with the blood concentration of thyroxine T 4 and triiodothyronine T 3 in cattle. Epidemiologia de las enfermedades del ganado bovino en Suriname. Experimental reproduction of iodine deficiency in cattle. The prevalence of parainfluenza 3 and bovine viral diarrhea was low compared with rates in other countries.
Prevalence of iodine, selenium, copper and cobalt deficiencies on Irish cattle farms. Palmerston North, New Zealand. During forage samples were taken from 25 dairy farms located in both Regions. Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia. R ; Vaz, V Barteling 4 described the use of serum from cattle vaccinated against foot-and-mouth disease FMDfrom which antibodies and other factors which inhibit the replication of virus had been removed by precipitation with Translated title Epidemiology of cattle diseases in Suriname.
In herds from southern Chile, low blood concentrations of T 4 in grazing dairy cows have been reported. The study included a total of animals, which were tested by indirect immunofluorescence for each of the diseases selected. Effect of a selenium-deficient diet on blood values of T 3 and T 4 in cows.
Iodine absorption, excretion, recycling, and tissue distribution in the dairy cow. Minerals in animal and human nutrition.
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The objective was to obtain information about the I content in forage samples from dairy farms in the IXth and Xth Regions of Chile. El Bbocio presente en los forrajes es la principal fuente del mineral para los animales mantenidos a pastoreo Miller y col. Clinical biochemistry of domestic animals. It is recommended that a system, specially designed to meet the needs of this country, be established for the ongoing surveillance of data on animal health.
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Boco, standard deviation and ranges and the frequency of samples with values below 0. Determination of iodine in food samples by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry after alkaline extraction.
No se observaron concentraciones adecuadas de I en las muestras de forraje analizadas en ambas Regiones, siendo 0. En vacas lecheras a pastoreo en el sur de Chile, se han observado concentraciones bajas bovinks T 4.
The mineral requirements of grazing ruminants. Basically the serologic study revealed the presence of brucellosis, bovine viral diarrhea, parainfluenza 3, bovine infectious rhinotracheitis, and bovine coronavirus but not respiratory syncytial virus. The objective was bovnos compare the response of pigs to vaccines prepared by each of the Centers from an identical source of antigen.
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These results suggest an I deficiency in forage from southern Chile, and may be associated with low blood concentrations of T 4 in grazing dairy cows. Metadata Show full item record. Frecuency of forages samples with an iodine concentration dry matter basis classified as deficient 0.
Epidemiologia de las enfermedades del ganado bovino en Suriname
The average of I concentration in the forage samples was 0. Abstract The prevalence of certain cattle diseases in Suriname was studied over the period June-August Thyroxine, triiodothyronine and reverse-triiodothyronine concentrations in blood plasma in relation to lactational stage, milk yield, energy and dietary protein intake in Estonian dairy cows.
Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile. Managing trace element deficiencies. Some features of this site may not work without it. The diseases were selected for their economic importance and association observed in the cattle with respiratory diseases, reproductive inefficiency, and neonatal mortality. The I concentration was analysed by a kinetic-colorimetric method. Random samples were taken at two cattle-raising ranches, a dairy farm, and an abattoir in the District of Suriname.
Forage with normal concentrations were not found.