Inoculation and bacterial analyses of fractions obtained from the reference inoculum TEC4 which experimentally reproduces epizootic rabbit enteropathy Huybens N., Houeix J., Licois D., Mainil J., Marlier D.
Influence of age at weaning and nutritive value of weaning diet on growth performance and caecal traits in rabbits Cesari V., Grilli G., Ferrazzi V., Toschi I.
Quality of meat and selenium content in tissues of rabbits fed diets supplemented with sodium selenite, selenized yeast and selenized algae Marounek M., Dokoupilová A., Volek Z., Hoza I.
In vitro effects of tyre debris organic extract on the kinetic and morphologic traits of rabbit spermatozoa Moretti E., Dal Bosco A., Mourvaki E., Cardinali R., Collodel G., Geminiani M., Cetta F., Giannerini V., Castellini C.
Comparison of semen characteristics and histological structure of the testis from transgenic and non-transgenic rabbits Lukac N., Massanyi P., Flesarova S., Danko J., Makarevich A.V., Chrenek P.
ABSTRACTS OF THE GIORNATE DI CONIGLICOLTURA ASIC 2009 FORLÌ, ITALY, APRIL 2-3, 2009
ABSTRACTS OF 3rd INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON RABBIT BIOTECHNOLOGY, XIAN, CHINA, JUNE 2009
ABSTRACTS OF THE GIORNATE DI CONIGLICOLTURA ASIC 2009
The third edition of the Giornate di
Coniglicoltura ASIC 2009 (Italian Rabbit Days), product of the collaboration between
ASIC (Italian Rabbit Scientific Association), Avitalia (Italian Poultry and
Rabbit Producers Association), ASPA (Animal Production Scientific Association)
and Forlì Fair was held in Forlì at 2-3 April 2009. The first day of the
congress was focused on a Round Table entitled Biosecurity and welfare in
rabbit farming. During the second day it were presented three main lectures: Possibilities
to reduce the feed conversion in rabbit production by L. Maertens, Role of
type of fibre on intestinal microbiota and performance in rabbits by J. García,
M. Gómez-Conde, A.Pérez de Rozas, I. Badiola, M.J. Villamide, C. de Blas, R.
Carabaño, The relationship between housing systems and animal welfare by Zs.
Szendrő. Moreover, sessions of oral communications on Reproduction and
Genetics, Nutrition and Physiology, Management and Meat Quality, and Pathology
were held. A Poster Session was through the two days. The congress was attended
by about 80 participants, including researchers from