anticoccidials

anticoccidials

chemicals effective in the treatment and control of coccidiosis in birds and animals. Include clopidol, quinolones, monensin, lasalocid, robenidine, amprolium, dinitolmide, nicarbazin, toltrazuril and sulfonamide. Called also coccidiostatic drugs.
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The efficient role of anticoccidials derived from plants for the controlling of coccidiosis has been previously documented (Abbas et al.
This was likely because of the seasonal examination of the birds: the breeder birds were brought to the clinics for general examination after relatively long periods of resting in the pens without prophylactic anticoccidials.
Among herbal anticoccidials, Camellia sinensis (green tea) has received a great attention especially due to its polyphenolic contents having strong antioxidant properties (Izzreen and Mohd-Fadzelly, 2013).
For the prevention and control of coccidiosis, anticoccidials and vaccines are major contributors; however, their use has been described with uneven success (Basu and Aaldar, 1994).
Studies on the development of resistance in Eimeria tenella field isolates against commonly used anticoccidials.
Hence, mean lesion score below 2 indicated a mild coccidiosis in groups administered with developed and commercial vaccines, and anticoccidials.
For only about $100, you can get a microscope and slides to run your own fecals, and pay for it all in the first year by not purchasing the dewormers and anticoccidials that you may have been giving willy-nilly.
This enteric infection is commonly well controlled by anticoccidials or antibiotic growth promoters, but the use of these compounds has been banned in animal feed in the European Union, and there is pressure to reduce their use worldwide because of the risk of multiple antimicrobial-resistant strains (VAN IMMERSEEL et al.
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D-Xylose absorption test: A tool for the assessment of the effect of anticoccidials on the intestinal absorptive capacity of broilers during experimental coccidiosis.
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Effects of in ovo vaccination and anticoccidials on the distribution of Eimeria spp.