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Book Review: Drought, livestock losses and the potential for feed production from arable land in Afghanistan: A case study of 183 villages with mixed crop/livestock farming systems.

Journal Article
Smith, D. (2004)
Drought, livestock losses and the potential for feed production from arable land in Afghanistan: A case study of 183 villages with mixed crop/livestock farming systems. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 36, 566. https://doi.org/10.1023/B%3ATROP.0000041126.04636.09
Of all the problems that Afghanistan has faced during the last twenty years, perhaps the least well known is the regular occurrence of drought. As frequently as four years in...

Book review - Reptilian Incubation. Environment, Evolution and Behaviour

Journal Article
Smith, D. (2006)
Book review - Reptilian Incubation. Environment, Evolution and Behaviour. Biologist, 53, 151
Both professional and amateur herpetologists will find Reptile Incubation: Environment, Evolution and Behaviour a fascinating read. The book provides detailed academic discus...

Characterisation of proteins extracted from the surface of Salmonella Typhimurium grown under SPI-2-inducing conditions by LC-ESI/MS/MS sequencing.

Journal Article
Sherry, A. E., Inglis, N. F., Stevenson, A., Fraser-Pitt, D. J., Everest, P., Smith, D. G. E., & Roberts, M. (2011)
Characterisation of proteins extracted from the surface of Salmonella Typhimurium grown under SPI-2-inducing conditions by LC-ESI/MS/MS sequencing. Proteomics, 11, 361-370. https://doi.org/10.1002/pmic.200900802
Salmonella enterica has two pathogenicity islands encoding separate type three secretion systems (T3SS). Proteins secreted through these systems facilitate invasion and surviv...

'Big Brother' researchers to rein in horse obesity

Journal Article
Smith, D. (2010)
'Big Brother' researchers to rein in horse obesity. Inspiring Futures,
RESEARCHERS have adopted Big Brother tactics to tackle growing levels of obesity in Britain’s horse population. One in three horses, and over 80% of ponies, are currently bel...

FINAL REPORT – DECEMBER 2001: The effects of Biosaf Sc47 on the dry matter (DM), neutral detergent fibre (NDF) and acid detergent fibre (ADF) disappearance from four different forages using equine faecal inoculum in an in vitro system

Report
Cuddeford, D., Smith, D. & Stebbens, H. (2001)
FINAL REPORT – DECEMBER 2001: The effects of Biosaf Sc47 on the dry matter (DM), neutral detergent fibre (NDF) and acid detergent fibre (ADF) disappearance from four different forages using equine faecal inoculum in an in vitro system
The beneficial effects of feeding Biosaf Sc47 are well established in both ruminant and non-ruminant farm animals. In beef and dairy cattle, the addition of Biosaf Sc47 to th...

FINAL REPORT – MAY 2002 Trial 3: In vivo evaluation of the effect of Biosaf Sc47 on fibre digestibility in ponies fed haylage

Report
Cuddeford, D., Smith, D. & Stebbens, H. (2002)
FINAL REPORT – MAY 2002 Trial 3: In vivo evaluation of the effect of Biosaf Sc47 on fibre digestibility in ponies fed haylage
The beneficial effects of feeding Biosaf Sc47 are well established in both ruminant and non-ruminant farm animals. In beef and dairy cattle, the addition of Biosaf Sc47 to th...

IN VITRO ACID EXPOSURE REPORT – AUGUST 2002.

Report
Cuddeford, D., Smith, D. & Stebbens, H. (2001)
IN VITRO ACID EXPOSURE REPORT – AUGUST 2002
In monogastic herbivores such as the horse, yeast based probiotics (YBP) feed additives must survive exposure to acid digestion in the stomach if they are to pass through to t...

¿Existe un papel para biosaf en las dietas de equinos?

Presentation / Conference
Stebbens, H. R., Smith, D., & Cuddeford, D. (2002, January)
¿Existe un papel para biosaf en las dietas de equinos?. Paper presented at el V Seminario Internacional de Microbiología Aplicada a la Nutrición Animal, Guadalajara, 2002, Guadalajara
Translation from Spanish: BIOSAF Sc47 has been incorporated into the diets of rabbits, sheep, cattle, and pigs, where has allowed a better use of the food, high consumption an...