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Interaction between different protein levels in the diet and infection with Haemonchus placet in calves under tropical condition.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 November 2021

H. Louvandini*
Affiliation:
Departamento de Medicina Veterinária Preventiva / FMVZ- , Universidade de São Paulo - São Paulo - Brazil
A. L. Abdalla
Affiliation:
Laboratório de Nutrição Animal, CENA - Universidade de São Paulo. , Piracicaba, SP. Brazil
S. M. Gennari
Affiliation:
Departamento de Medicina Veterinária Preventiva / FMVZ- , Universidade de São Paulo - São Paulo - Brazil
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* Present address: Faculdade de Tecnologia; Departamento de Engenharia Agronômica, Universidade de Brasilia. Brasilia, Brazil
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Haemonchosis in cattle represents one of the biggest problem in Brazil, where an wide variations in dietary protein can be observed in pastures throughout the year. It is thought that this variation in protein intake might have influences on the impact of the parasite host metabolism arid productivity. This experiment was conducted to investigate the influence of dietary protein and the infection with Haemonchus placet upon parasitological parameters in growing calves.

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Copyright © The British Society of Animal Science 1998

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A.F.R.C., 1993. Energy and protein requirement of ruminants, ed. Wallingford, CAB International. 159 p.Google Scholar
Orskov, E.R. Mcdonald, I. 1979. The estimation of protein degradability in the rumen from incubation measurements weighted according to rate of passage. Journal of Agricultural Science, v. 92, n. p. 449453.Google Scholar

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