Browsing by Author "Abecia, Leticia"

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  • Abecia, Leticia; Waddams, Kate E.; Martinez Fernandez, Gonzalo; Martin-Garcia, A. Ignacio; Ramos Morales, Eva; Newbold, C. Jamie; Yanez-Ruiz, D. R. (2014-01-01)
    The aim of this work was to study whether feeding a methanogen inhibitor from birth of goat kids and their does has an impact on the archaeal population colonizing the rumen and to what extent the impact persists later in ...
  • Abecia, Leticia; Fondevila, Manuel; Balcells, Joaquim; Edwards, Joan E.; Newbold, C. James; McEwan, Neil R. (2007-07)
    The effect feeding antibiotics has on the bacterial population of the rabbit caecum was investigated. No changes in total volatile fatty acid production or total bacterial counts were observed compared with nonantibiotic ...
  • Fondevila, Manuel; Balcells, Joaquim; Abecia, Leticia; McEwan, Neil R. (2007-02-01)
    Aims: To study the effect of microbial community of the rabbit does as influenced by dietary factors, on the development of the gut microbiota of their litters. Methods and Results: Twenty-four lactating does were given a ...
  • McEwan, Neil R.; Lobley, G. E.; Fondevila, Manuel; Abecia, Leticia; Balcells, Joaquim (2007)
    Aims: To study the effect of the type of antibiotic used in medicated diets against pathogens and the feeding level on the microbial biodiversity in the rabbit caecum. Methods and Results: Three groups of eight does were ...
  • Balcells, Joaquim; McEwan, Neil R.; Abecia, Leticia; Fondevila, Manuel; Newbold, C. James; Edwards, Joan E. (2008-12-11)
    The diversity of bacteria present in the caecum of the rabbit was investigated. Partial bacterial 16S rRNA genes from a digested sample collected from the caecum of an adult rabbit were amplified by PCR. Sequence analysis ...
  • Regensbogenova, M.; Newbold, C. James; Findlay, P. A.; Abecia, Leticia; Adam, C. L.; McEwan, Neil R. (2009-10-02)
    Aims: This work was carried out to determine if there was a difference in the microbial population of the rumen associated with daylength at which sheep are housed. Methods and Results: Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis ...
  • McEwan, Neil R.; Abecia, Leticia; Regensbogenova, M.; Adam, C. L.; Findlay, P. A.; Newbold, C. James (2005-07)
    Aims: This work was carried out to determine if there was a difference in the microbial population of the rumen associated with daylength at which sheep are housed. Methods and Results: Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis ...