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- Stalder, K.J., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of dairy science 2018 v.101 no.6 pp. 5444-5448
- Holstein; antimicrobial peptides; antiseptics; appetite; cattle diseases; chlorhexidine; dairy calves; data analysis; dipping; drying; fever; heifers; iodine; liquids; morbidity; mortality; neonates; nisin; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); statistical models; talc; umbilical cord
- ... The goal of dipping the umbilical cord after birth in calves is to promote healing of the umbilical stump, prevent infection, and encourage the umbilical tissue to detach from the body. Treatment applied to the umbilical area is an important management step for preventing morbidity and mortality in calves. The objective of this study was to compare the effect of 4 umbilical dips on the healing rat ...
- Stalder, Nadja Franziska, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Sedimentary geology 2018 v.375 pp. 289-308
- Neogene period; Paleogene period; basins; dolomite; hinterland; provenance; sediments; stratigraphy; tectonics; topography; zircon; Alps region; Italy
- ... The early Messinian Laga Formation represents a turbidite complex deposited in the Late Neogene foreland basin system of the growing Apenninic chain. While the stratigraphy and physiography of the Laga Basin are well known, the source of its sediments is contentiously claimed to be either recycled Apenninic or primary Alpine. Furthermore, a shift in paleocurrent was proposed as a marker of provena ...
- Stalder, Dominique, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Marine biology 2018 v.165 no.5 pp. 95
- Phocoena phocoena; anthropogenic activities; environmental factors; foraging; global positioning systems; habitats; intraspecific variation; predators; protected species; saline water; simulation models; North Sea
- ... Quantifying intraspecific variation in movement behaviour of marine predators and the underlying environmental drivers is important to inform conservation management of protected species. Here, we provide the first empirical data on fine-scale movements of free-ranging harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) in their natural habitat. Data were obtained from six individuals, tagged in two areas of th ...
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