fecal concentration

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fecal concentration

preparation using centrifugation and either flotation or sedimentation methods to separate parasitic elements from fecal debris.

fe·cal con·cen·tra·tion

(fē'kăl kon'sĕn-trā'shŭn)
Preparation using centrifugation and either flotation or sedimentation methods to separate parasitic elements from fecal debris.
Synonym(s): faecal concentration.
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2012), faecal concentrations of propionate were higher in cats fed with diets supplemented with WB than in cats fed with diets supplemented with sugarcane fibre, which is primarily a source of insoluble fibre as well as the CGF.
In our study, faecal concentration of Lactobacillus was lower (p<0.
2010), and to decrease faecal concentrations of bacterial populations such as total coliform and Escherichia coli (Jacques and Newman, 1994; Ghosh and Mehla, 2012).
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