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Journal of Dairy Science, ISSN 0022-0302, 06/2016, Volume 99, Issue 6, pp. 4243 - 4250
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Algal Research, ISSN 2211-9264, 07/2017, Volume 25, pp. 584 - 588
In Part I of a two-part study, an experiment was conducted to determine effects of post-extraction algal residue (PEAR) inclusion on nutrient utilization and... 
Beef cattle | Post-extraction algal residue | Intake | Digestion | Algae | FORAGE | MARKER | OLEIC-ACID | INSULIN | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | GLUCOSE | PASSAGE | TISSUES | TITANIUM-DIOXIDE | DIGESTIBILITY
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Freshwater Biology, ISSN 0046-5070, 03/2015, Volume 60, Issue 3, pp. 479 - 489
Summary An outdoor mesocosm experiment was conducted to study the process of phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) release during fish carcass decomposition and its... 
decomposition | algal bloom | fish | mesocosm | phosphorus | Algal bloom | Fish | Phosphorus | Mesocosm | Decomposition | BIOGEOCHEMICAL IMPLICATIONS | BOREAL LAKES | ELEMENTAL STOICHIOMETRY | SEDIMENT | AVAILABILITY | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | SALMON CARCASSES | NUTRIENT EXCRETION | ALGAL PRODUCTION | ECOSYSTEMS | WATER | Mesocosms | Closed ecological systems
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 07/2008, Volume 53, Issue 4, pp. 935 - 941
:  Recently botanical evidence has been studied to determine if it is useful in forensic investigations. This study was performed to examine stillborn piglet... 
forensic science | algae | diatoms | postmortem submersion interval | brackish water environment | Postmortem submersion interval | Brackish water environment | Forensic science | Diatoms | Algae | ALGAL | MEDICINE, LEGAL | GROWTH | Animals | Body Weight | Eukaryota | Swine | Forensic Anthropology | Linear Models | Immersion | Biodiversity | Postmortem Changes
Journal Article
Antarctic Science, ISSN 0954-1020, 2018, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp. 13 - 15
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ALGAL RESEARCH-BIOMASS BIOFUELS AND BIOPRODUCTS, ISSN 2211-9264, 07/2017, Volume 25, pp. 578 - 583
Microalgae cultivation for biofuel will yield a high volume of post-extraction algal residue (PEAR), which could be a viable source of nutrients for ruminants... 
Post-extraction algal residue | MEAT QUALITY | FORAGE | PERFORMANCE | STEAKS | VOLATILE COMPONENTS | Trained panel | AIR | Consumer panel | Flavor | CARCASS CHARACTERISTICS | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | Tenderness | Beef | TISSUES | FED CATTLE | ADIPOSE
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2017, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp. e0176299 - e0176299
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Journal of Forensic Sciences, ISSN 0022-1198, 11/2000, Volume 45, Issue 6, pp. 1280 - 1285
One of the primary goals of forensic pathology is the determination of time of death. In aquatic systems, one method to do this is to analyze the colonization... 
Animal studies | Forensic science | Freshwater | Streams | Algal colonization | Phycology | AQUATIC INSECTS | MEDICINE, LEGAL | streams | SUBMERSION INTERVAL | forensic science | algal colonization | phycology | animal studies | freshwater | LAKE | Water | Forensic Medicine | Animals | Eukaryota - growth & development | Time Factors | Autopsy | Classification | Rats | Postmortem Changes
Journal Article
Journal of Applied Microbiology, ISSN 1364-5072, 05/2003, Volume 94, pp. 131 - 138
Salmonella enteritidis | role of ruminants | rabies virus detection | see also specific pathogens/diseases | sources/survival in soil | skin infections | formal systems | reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT‐PCR) | transmission route | modelling vaccination | plague | and tuberculosis | returning, infectious diseases in | Guanarito virus | Pteropus | interspecies | eosinophilia | hemi‐nested reverse transcriptase (hn‐RT‐PCR) | Rickettsia | prevention | thermophilic | risks of infection | adjunct factors | livestock drinking water | influenza A | ‘mixing vessel’, porcine | temperature effects | human immunoglobulin (HRIG ) | tuberculosis | milk | hypotheses for movement | Staphylococcus aureus resistance | case reproduction ratio | rapid molecular detection | gastrointestinal infections | S. enteritidis | Borrelia | residency status | fluorescent antibody test | Pfiesteria piscicida | drinking water contamination | route of infection | hamburger bug | rainfall events | S. diarizonae | treatment | environment factors | faecal organisms in runoff | population numbers | and diseases of clinical importance | in skin/saliva | outbreaks in UK | virus | survival in sea water | Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV) | Listeria | on cruise ships | Chinese Hippocratic Corpus | waterborne infections | emerging diseases | infection sources in adults | in cattle/sheep | direct contact with faecal wastes | see also surveillance, disease | reactive vaccination | transmission, maternal | food | and Salmonella | house sparrows (Passer domesticus) | dinoflagellates | persistence | quarantine | epidemic, UK 2001 | for rapid rabies diagnosis | Francisella tularensis | couriers, travellers as | population reduction in bats | returning travellers | faecal organisms | Escherichia coli | silent introduction | on farms | likelihood by country | pandemic | S. gallinarum | relapsing fever | S. paratyphi | pigs | Plasmodium | Shigella spp | fruit bats in virus spread | transmission | Norwalk Like Virus | coliform number prediction | Culex spp | reservoir vs source | historical aspects | DNA fingerprinting | ‘mixing vessel’, avian | treatment for VTEC | national bovine tuberculosis eradication programme | in‐flight meals | Safe Sludge Matrix | patterns | post–exposure treatment (PET) | surveillance outcome | in brain samples | survival times | emerging infections | isolation rates at slaughter | A. funereus | virus surveillance | travel‐associated | amoebiasis | surveillance, disease | influenza | Adelaide River virus | bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) | British Egg Industry Council Lion code of practice | faecal wastes | fruit bats, borne by | bio‐terrorism | yellow fever | see also fruit bats | as pandemic virus candidate | as reservoir | Salou gastroenteritis outbreak | as sentinels/couriers | environmental/non‐poultry strains | Strongyloides stercoralis | food hygiene on package holidays | Salmonella in‐flight meals | temperature increase and infectious disease | immunodiagnosis | surveillance | rats | enterotoxogenic (ETEC) | parainfluenza virus | polymerase chain reaction | Tioman virus | clinical properties | deposition | legal basis of controls | virulence factors | management | transmissibility | garbage disposal and West Nile virus | rhabdoviruses | tuberculin | transport process | epidemic, control | as pandemic virus | water pollution/contamination | in New World | in South‐East Asia | shedding | consumer groups | H5N1‐like viruses | as introductory host | output | experimental infections | incident of 1997 | Quiscalus quiscula see common grackle | as zoonosis | rabies‐like viruses | Monte Carlo simulation model | WHO Influenza Collaborating Center | eggs | bat population reduction in | partitioning between water and particles | onchocerciasis | subjective travellers’ diarrhoea (STD) | sentinels, travellers as | algal blooms | blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata) | Portinatx | testing | Cyclospora cayetanensis | hemi‐nested reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (hn‐RT‐PCR) | and climate change | pathogen transport | influenza virus | future spread | lipopolysaccharide | national control programme in cattle | vaccination | consumer satisfaction questionnaire | identification/distribution | WHO Global Agenda on Influenza | in sewage sludge | see also mosquitoes | environmental pollution from farms | Barmah Forest virus | prevalence | pathogens | and temperature | problem herds | ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapillus) | andCampylobacter | population factors | domestic pets | Australian bat lyssavirus | in poultry | Menangle virus | S. typhimurium | dispersing sedentary bird as host | A. aegypti | Switzerland | infectious dose | and West Nile virus | Toxoplasma gondii | diatoms | future | Hemipaviruses | movement | and vector‐borne infections | fish crow (Corvus ossifragus) | vegetable contamination | typhoid fever | tuberculosis testing | restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis | in South–East Asia | bone meal | verocytoxigenic (VTEC) | viral infections | haemolytic uretic syndrome | insect | Mycobacterium bovis infection see tuberculosis | pandemic virus seeding | reassortment | in healthy‐seeming bats | tests vs immunological analysis | biomarkers | Europe | diagnosis | Over Thirty Months scheme | barriers to dispersal | toxins as biomarkers | H5N1/97 | risks of livestock/product movement | slurries | Enternet | economic consequences | manures | population factors in emerging infections | resort staff records | genome sequence | Lyssavirus | Code of Good Agricultural Practice for the Protection of Water | outbreaks | Meyer and Wischmeier's model | organic produce, animal faecal wastes in | transmission mechanisms | Mapuera virus | zoonotic, in animal faeces | ELISA | infection of vegetables | problems | and waterborne infections | public health infrastructure | biological properties | Ciconia ciconia | residency status of bird hosts | infectious period | Yersinia | in sheep | T. cruzi | food/waterborne infections | mass action model | paramyxoviruses | S. pullorum | Corvus brachyrhynchos | foot‐and‐mouth disease | S. agona | geographical variations | oral subunit vaccine | Leishmania/leishmaniasis | cholera | poultry | to rabies endemic countries | refuse disposal | established diseases | rabies | digestion, anaerobic | control | O157:H7 | in zoos | Albufeira | estuary‐associated syndrome | vulnerable targets | strain typing | climate change and epidemiology | epidemics | branching process model | application | control measures | airborne infections | media in pandemic control | and resident bird hosts | encephalitis/encephalitic illness | in cattle faeces | gastroenteritis outbreaks | mortality rates | as transmitters/disseminators | transgenic‐plant produced antigens | red‐tailed hawk | future emergence | Aedes spp | marketing system modification | mathematical models | in animal faecal wastes | water poultry adapting to land poultry | loaiasis | transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) | migratory birds as host | en route transmission | vector‐borne infections | range expansion, rate of | overland flow mitigation methods | identification | BSE | livestock feeds and BSE | anaerobic digestion | empirical transport models | role of hygiene | mosquitoes | resistance and spread of genetic material | models | reactor cattle | Schistosoma/schistosomiasis | water poultry | Stimulation Index analysis | runoff | Strategy for Control of Infectious Diseases | Regional Infectious Disease units | Britain | in Old World | Menangle virus in | host adapted | in badgers | seasonal variation | heavy rainfall events | overland flow transport | Rocky Mountain spotted fever | S. typhi | role of travel in microbial spread | resistance patterns | S. dublin | white storks (Ciconia ciconia) | Asian tiger mosquito see Aedes spp., albopictus | processing | geographical risk | see also flooding | pilgrimage and epidemic | pattern of recurrence | S. senftenberg | hepatitis A | microorganism state | breakbone fever | communicable diseases | in Australia | number/distribution of cases | parenteral TVR | European Commission | Albufeira gastroenteritis outbreak | non‐infectious | Katayama syndrome | rabies virus RNA sequence | current | see also emerging infections; specific diseases | faecal waste production | horses see equine cases | Nipah virus | travel‐related illness | clinical signs | stress and Campylobacter shedding | in Dominican Republic | on package holidays | and water pollution | A. albopictus | Crimean‐Congo haemorrhagic fever | arrival/movement | immunization see vaccination | food‐borne infections | enteroviruses | of travel‐related illness | classic | H9N2 | in travel | rotavirus | in rodents | amoebic meningoencephalitis | Enternet surveillance network | Lyme disease | swine transmissible gastroenteritis virus vaccination | Ross River virus | in soil | survival in faecal wastes | in UK | Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation | vt genes | presentation | Acanthamoeba keratitis | virus typing | immunological response to BCG | Nipah virus in | St Louis encephalitis | trap vaccination release (TVR) programmes | bartonellosis | infections | vehicles of infection | Salou | Catharus swainsonii | S. mansoni | for Campylobacter | badgers (Meles meles) | equine cases | in cattle | insect vectors | epidemic | Seiurus aurocapillus see ovenbird | socioeconomic/political factors | and holiday destination | transmission routes | Neisseria meningitidis | G. duodenalis | soil erosion processes | tick‐borne encephalitis | codes of practice for | PT4 | L. monocytogenes | seasonal effect | lymphocyte transformation assay (LTA) | Salmonella spp | size/vulnerability | hepatitis E | in related diseases | Trypanosoma spp | microsimulation model | Portinatx gastroenteritis outbreak | zoos, hygiene in | C. jejuni | of flooding | vaccines, properties of | wastewater treatment | ruminants | in Salou | Swainson's thrush (Catharus swainsonii) | bacterial infections | C. pipiens | influenza in | epidemiology | ecology | initiation | subjective (STD) | and emerging infections | and shipping | epicentre | Dracunculus medinensis | Campylobacter | bat species | American crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos) | murine typhus | see also composting; manures; slurries | smouldering viruses | future movement | as maintenance host | lessons learned from incidents | Schistosoma | novel viruses in | baseline preparedness | sick migratory birds as host | global warming, future impact of | West Nile virus | soil‐slurry mixture | see also flying foxes | see also cattle; sheep | composting | cutaneous larva migrans | first human case | reviews on | subtypes | erosion calculation | C. parvum | factors affecting | hantaviruses | sentinel posts | vegetative filter strips | boutoneuse fever | Hendra virus | codes of practice for Salmonella | management strategies | rate of reporting | mosquito‐transmitted viruses | land poultry | see also poultry | risk factors | biology | travellers | cruise ships in infection transmission | Mycobacteria | animal faecal wastes | cattle | immediate factors | VTEC survival in | for VTEC | colonization of young animals | H6N1 | eastern equine encephalitis | dengue fever | global warming | International Food Safety Standard for the Tourism Sector | flying foxes | biopsies for rabies virus detection | pathogen diversity | Japanese encephalitis | Health Protection Agency | catchment sources | dengue haemorrhagic fever | Dominican Republic gastroenteritis outbreaks | Vibrio cholerae | and VTEC | Cyanocitta cristata | immunity | birds | future aspects | distribution | Salmonella enteritidis in | in water supplies | sewage sludge | transport in surface runoff | competence | package holidays | phylogenetic analysis | C. nigripalpus | VTEC survival in faecal wastes | virus detection | incubation period | cyanobacteria | sediment yield calculation | reverse transcriptase (RT‐PCR) | transmission data | oral transmission | see also overland flow transport | see also specific diseases | time of consequences | travellers’ diarrhoea | entrainment | Venezuelan haemorrhagic fever | Entamoeba histolytica | Cryptosporidium/cryptosporidiosis | H5N1 | vaccination strategies | VTEC in | meat carcasses/products | travel | tularaemia | dispersal patterns | statistics | G. lamblia | amplification in Campylobacter | HIV virus | avian | host competence | hygiene | VT encoding phages | climate change | infectious intestinal disease | epidemiological analysis | airplanes in infection transmission | legionnaires’ disease | Communicable Disease Report | viruses borne by fruit bats | in Albufeira | oral live vaccine | survival | see also rainfall events | surveillance programmes | flooding | incident of 2001 | incident of 2002 | and temperature change | Scientific Steering Committee | mode of entry | blooms | vectors | see also food/waterborne infections | routes of infection | Rift Valley fever | see also waterborne infections | Rubulavirus | Giardia spp | bats see fruit bats | pigeons | aquaculture, infection transmission in | S. sonnei | O157 | leptospirosis | in fruit bats | resistance spread | advice | Brock test | Chagas disease | pathogen transport processes | scale | investigations | malaria | respiratory tract infections | candidate | rate of movement | dengue shock syndrome | Helicobacter pylori | Kyassanur Forest virus | contaminated runoff | scenario modelling | and malaria | and travel | and migratory birds | sheep | farm visits | in Australian bat lyssavirus | process | confirmations worldwide | Sludge (Use in Agriculture) Regulations | example cases | epidemics and travel | in Portinatx | H3N2 | Campylobacter in | fimbriae | ring vaccination | in humans | VTEC | Meles meles | in organic production | Murray River encephalitis | Dominican Republic | investigation | and dengue fever | common grackle (Quiscalus quiscula) | Passer domesticussee house sparrows
Journal Article
Journal of the North American Benthological Society, ISSN 0887-3593, 2011, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp. 779 - 786
Abstract The literature regarding freshwater and marine exchanges of organic matter (OM) focuses predominantly on the unidirectional delivery of allochthonous... 
ecosystem linkages | sediment transport | organic matter | salmon | flocculation | biofilms | marine derived nutrients | Bridges | Salmon | Flocculation | Fresh water | Watersheds | Nutrients | Flow velocity | Marine ecosystems | Riverbeds | Gravel | Streams | CARCASSES | COMMUNITIES | SUSPENDED SEDIMENT | FOOD WEBS | ALGAL BIOMASS | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | NUTRIENTS | PRODUCTIVITY | DYNAMICS | ECOSYSTEMS | SUBSIDIES
Journal Article
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences CJFSDX, Vol. 48, No. 2, p 191-195, February 1991. 1 fig, 1 tab, 22 ref, 02/1991
The overall dynamics of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) carcass decomposition in a woodland stream ecosystem was examined in two experiments conducted in... 
Trout | Decomposition | Forest ecosystems | Stream biota | Leaching | Water temperature | Mink Creek | Proteins | Leaves | Microorganisms | Algal growth | Seasonal variation | Fish | Nutrients | Headwaters | Decomposing organic matter | Idaho
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