X hits on this document

359 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

71 / 132

9:30 AM

435

Efficacy of the adsorbent AflaDetox in reducing the toxicity of dietary aflatoxin B1 in broilers. M. Denli*1, J. C. Blandon1, M. E. Guynot2, S. Salado2, and J. F. Perez1, 1Animal Nutrition, Management and Welfare Research Group, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona., Barcelona, Spain, 2Adiveter S.L. Agro-Reus, Tarragona, Spain.

9:45 AM

436

Effect of OcraTox on the performance and egg quality of laying hens exposed to Ochratoxin A. M. Denli*1, J. C. Blandon1, M. E. Guynot2, S. Salado2, and J. F. Perez1, 1Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2Adiveter, Agro-Reus, Tarragona, Spain.

10:00 AM

437

Partitioning of external and internal bacteria carried by broiler chickens before processing. J. A. Cason*, A. Hinton, Jr., J. K. Northcutt, R. J. Buhr, K. D. Ingram, D. P. Smith, and N. A. Cox, Russell Research Center, Athens, GA.

10:15 AM

438

Campylobacter colonization is reduced and gastrointestinal architecture is altered in turkey poults fed bacteriocins. I. Reyes-Herrera*1, K. Cole1, F. Solis de los Santos1, A. M. Donoghue2, N. J. Stern3, E. A. Svetoch4, B. N. Eruslanov4, V. V. Perelygin4, E. V. Mitsevich4, I. P. Mitsevich4, V. P. Levchuk4, M. B. Farnell2, P. J. Blore1, and D. J. Donoghue1, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2PPPSRU, ARS, USDA, Fayetteville, AR, 3PMSRU, ARS, USDA, Russell Research Center, Athens, GA, 4State Research Center for Applied Microbiology, Obolensk, Russian Federation.

1

10:30 AM

439

Litter treatment with aluminum sulfate produced a modest reduction in cecal Campylobacter colonization in chickens. M. L. Dirain, F. Solis de los Santos, I. Reyes-Herrera, P. J. Blore, and D. J. Donoghue*, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

10:45 AM

440

Effect of various concentrations of potassium hydroxide and lauric acid on native bacterial flora of broiler carcasses. A. Hinton Jr*, J. K. Northcutt, J. Cason, D. P. Smith, and K. D. Ingram, Russell Research Center, Athens, GA.

11:00 AM

441

Numbers of bacteria recovered from broiler carcasses and chiller water treated with hypochlorous and carbonic acids. J. K. Northcutt*1, R. I. Huezo2, K. D. Ingram1, D. P. Smith1, A. Hinton, Jr.1, and J. A. Cason1, 1USDA-Agriculture Research Service, Athens, GA, 2The University of Georgia, Athens.

11:15 AM

442

Effect of time and sand abrasion on recovery of aerobic bacteria, Escherichia coli, and coliforms from broiler carcasses. J. F. Hannah*1, N. A. Cox2, D. P. Smith2, J. A. Cason2, D. L. Fletcher3, J. K. Northcutt , R. J. Buhr2, and L. J. Richardson2, University of Georgia, Athens, 2USDA-ARS, Russell Research Center, Athens, GA, University of Connecticut, Storrs.

2 3

1

11:30 AM

443

Bactericide and bacteriostatic activity of Chrysactinia Mexicana Gray in hens challenged with E. coli and S. thypi. J. C. Garcia-Lopez*, L. O. Hernandez-Artega, J. M. Pinos-Rodriguez, and B. I. Juárez-Flores, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi, S.L.P. México.

11:45 AM

444

Reduction of Salmonella in whole and ground turkey meat at refrigerated and elevated temperatures using lactic acid bacteria. J. Johnson*, C. Z. Alvarado, and M. M. Brashears, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.

12:00 PM

445

Evaluation of serum as an indicator of antibiotic residues in edible poultry tissues. I. Reyes-Herrera*, V. Aguiar, M. L. Dirain, F. Solis de los Santos, J. H. Metcalf, P. J. Blore, and D. J. Donoghue, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

12:15 PM

446

Effects of blood in egg albumen on Salmonella survival and growth. D. P . Smith* and M. T. Musgrove, USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Athens, GA.

11:30 AM

431

Cholesterol quantification in meat and meat products. T. T. N. Dinh*1, L. D. Thompson1, J. C. Brooks1, M. F. Miller1, and J. R. Blanton, Jr.2, 1Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 2Intervet Inc., Millsboro, DE.

11:45 AM

432

Round muscle profiling of tenderness and postmortem proteolysis. M. J. Anderson*, S. M. Lonergan, and E. Huff- Lonergan, Iowa State University, Ames.

12:00 PM

433

MSTN regulates IGF-2 but not IGF-1 expression during myogenesis of cattle. M. Miyake*, S. Hayashi, Y. Imai, K. Watanabe, S. Ohwada, H. Aso, and T. Yamaguchi, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.

12:15 PM

434

Predicting lamb tenderness using proteomic analysis of 36 hour postmortem muscle. M. S. Updike*, A. Nichols, J. M. Reddish, H. Zerby, and M. Wick, The Ohio State University, Columbus.

Food Safety - Livestock and Poultry Poultry Chair: Brian W. Sheldon , North Carolina State University 206 A

71

Document info
Document views359
Page views361
Page last viewedThu Dec 08 00:18:29 UTC 2016
Pages132
Paragraphs6241
Words91892

Comments