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Parasite, ISSN 1252-607X, 2014, Volume 21, p. 71
The aim of the study was to compare the in vivo anthelmintic activity of sainfoin hay (Onobrychis viciifolia) and carob pod meal (Ceratonia siliqua) against... 
Polyphenol | Gastrointestinal nematodes | Tannin | Sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia) | Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) | Nutraceuticals | PARASITIC NEMATODES | SERICEA-LESPEDEZA HAY | COOPERIA-CURTICEI | SULLA HEDYSARUM-CORONARIUM | TANNIN-RICH PLANTS | LUCERNE MEDICAGO-SATIVA | Tannin Polyphenol | ONOBRYCHIS-VICIIFOLIA | CONDENSED TANNINS | IN-VITRO | PARASITOLOGY | Haemonchus - isolation & purification | Galactans - chemistry | Intestine, Small - parasitology | Trichostrongylosis - veterinary | Tannins - therapeutic use | Male | Trichostrongylosis - blood | Haemonchiasis - parasitology | Galactans - therapeutic use | Haemonchiasis - diet therapy | Sheep Diseases - diet therapy | Haemonchiasis - drug therapy | Mannans - chemistry | Fertility | Haemonchiasis - veterinary | Trichostrongylosis - drug therapy | Female | Phytotherapy | Weight Gain | Anthelmintics - therapeutic use | Mannans - therapeutic use | Plant Gums - therapeutic use | Albendazole - therapeutic use | Trichostrongylosis - parasitology | Fabaceae - chemistry | Parasite Egg Count | Medicago | Trichostrongylus - isolation & purification | Haemonchiasis - blood | Tannins - administration & dosage | Flour | Plant Gums - chemistry | Abomasum - parasitology | Animals | Trichostrongylosis - diet therapy | Sheep | Dietary Supplements | Animal Feed | Tannic acid | Larvae | Hay | Excretion | Autopsies | Populations | Body weight | Alfalfa | Infections | Eggs | Tannins | Secondary metabolites | Albendazole | Metabolites | Carob pods | Necropsy | Nematodes | Polyphenols | In vivo methods and tests | Cell size | Fecundity | Novel Approaches to the Control of Parasites in Goats and Sheep. Invited editors | Hervé Hoste, Smaragda Sotiraki and Michel Alvinerie
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Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, ISSN 0021-8561, 03/2018, Volume 66, Issue 9, pp. 2136 - 2142
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Oikos, ISSN 0030-1299, 09/2014, Volume 123, Issue 9, pp. 1121 - 1125
Parasite abundance has been shown to have major consequences for host fitness components such as survival and reproduction. However, although natal dispersal... 
HOSTS | BEHAVIOR | ECTOPARASITISM | ECOLOGY | CLIFF SWALLOWS | NATAL DISPERSAL | STRATEGIES | Nematodes | Animal populations | Parasites | Dispersal
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Applied Animal Behaviour Science, ISSN 0168-1591, 06/2018, Volume 203, p. 11
Ruminants select nutritious feeds and avoid deleterious ones by relying on a learning process. We tested the hypothesis that they may similarly be able to... 
Tannic acid | Legumes | Larvae | Toxicity | Memory | Fodder | Learning | Organic chemistry | Drug self-administration | Tannins | Chemotherapy | Animals | Animal behavior | Aversion | Nematodes | Sheep | Sensory properties | Biocompatibility | Parasitism | Livestock | Conditioning | Feeds | Pellets
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PARASITE, ISSN 1252-607X, 11/2019, Volume 26, p. 65
This study assessed the ultrastructural changes caused in adult Haemonchus contortus obtained from goats fed fodder based on polyphenol-rich plants Lysiloma... 
VITRO | Haemonchus contortus | SAINFOIN HAY | MONOMERS | SERICEA-LESPEDEZA HAY | Polyphenol-rich plants | Goats | ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY | GASTROINTESTINAL NEMATODES | CONDENSED TANNINS | Ultrastructural changes | EXSHEATHMENT | INFECTIVE LARVAE | CONSUMPTION | PARASITOLOGY | haemonchus contortus | polyphenol-rich plants | ultrastructural changes | goats
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