fecal concentration

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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Compared to Balili, Bued River's pollution is slightly lower, Abrera said, adding that the highest fecal concentration is found in the waterway along Kennon Road, where more than 1,000 piggeries operate.
Fecal Concentration of Gal-3 Associated to Histopathologic Characteristics of CRC.
Although these alkanes were dosed only once daily, Mayes et al (1986) observed relatively low diurnal variation in fecal concentration of [C.sub.32] relative to the concentration of [C.sub.33].
Effects of dietary treatments on growth performance, feces characteristics, nitrogen balance, digestibility and fecal concentration of purine bases and VFAs of pigs were analysed using analysis of variance (ANOVA) according to model 1 and a post-hoc Dunnett test by SPSS (version 24.0) to compare the difference between each treatment and the control when the p value of the ANOVA <0.05.
Where F32 is the mean fecal concentration of even chain n-alkane after CRC dosed, [B.sub.32] is the background concentration of even-chain n-alkane before CRC administrated; FO is the mean fecal DM output measured during 3 days after CRC administration; [AFR.sub.32] is the recovery rate of [C.sub.32] alkane in feces measured in previous study (Sun et al., 2008).
At the end of each experiment, fresh feces were collected from three randomly selected pigs in each pen to determine the fecal concentration of carbon dioxide and ammonia.
Changes in the fecal concentrations of cortisol metabolites in response to stress in Gaurs (Bos gaurus) in three wildlife regions with respect to climatic change and conflict occurence--A noninvasive study.
In our study of a wild herd of American plains bison (Bison bison), we hoped to determine whether environmental covariates could explain variations in the fecal concentrations of corticosterone (CORT), thus elucidating spatiotemporal variations in the stress state of the herd.
If we eat uranium-rich algae (spirulina #3 and #4), as shown in Table 3, we can expect fecal concentrations representing the uranium intake.
(4) Although sex steroid hormone concentrations in excreta have been evaluated, (5-7) no studies have compared fecal concentrations with blood levels or gonadal status.
The highest fecal concentrations of virus were detected in 11 (69%) participants after their clinical signs had resolved.
Fecal concentrations of all the bacteria in the cocktail increased, compared with their basal levels in all patients.