True absorption and endogenous fecal losses of phosphorus for swine in the final of the growing based on the isotopic dilution techinique

Abstract : The experiment was carried out to determine the minimum fecal endogenous losses, the P requirement of pigs, and the true P absorption from phosphate dicalcium using pigs

Presence of Morgan-Line as an indicator of canine hip dysplasia in German Shepherd dogs

Abstract : The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between the presence of Morgan line and hip dysplasia.

Protein and vitamin E levels for broiler breed hens. 1. Effects on broiler breed performance, egg composition and performance of their progeny

Abstract : This study was carried out with the objective of evaluating the effects of supplementation of two levels of crude protein (14 and 16% CP) and vitamin E

Carcass fatty acid composition of broiler fed different sources of energy

Abstract : An experiment was carried out with the objective of evaluating the effect of metabolizable energy levels, normally utilized in ration for broilers by addition of vegetable oils

Protein and vitamin E levels for broiler breed hens. 2. Effects on yolk and tissue a-tocopherol concentration and nitrogen balance

Abstract : Sixteen broiler breed hens were used with the objective of evaluating the effects of supplementation of two crude protein and two vitamin E levels

Making Pavlov’s Cockroach

Scientists are trying to get cockroaches to follow the same trailblazing path as “Pavlov’s Dog"

Seals Protect Brain, Conserve Oxygen By Turning Off Shivering Response On Icy Dives

Seals shiver when exposed to cold air but not when diving in chilly water, a finding that researchers believe allows the diving seal to conserve oxygen and minimize brain damage that could result from long dives.

Cytokine regulation of fever: studies using gene knockout mice

This review summarizes the responses of cytokine and cytokine receptor knockout mice to fevers induced by lipopolysaccharide, turpentine, and sepsis.

UCSD Professor Explains How Elephants Are Able To Snorkel

Scientists have wondered why elephants can snorkel from considerable depths that would rupture the lungs of other mammals. Now, pulmonary physiologist has explained the phenomenon.

Gazelles shrink liver and heart to reduce oxygen consumption during drought

It's about the physiology adjustion of sand gazelles and other large desert mammals during drought period.