Michael Kidd named to Adisseo Endowed Professorship in Global Sustainable Poultry Nutrition
For the first time ever, scientists have been able to prove that commercial probiotic spores become active and grow inside the gut of birds.
Enteromyxosis is an important parasitic disease encountered in the farming of Gilthead seabream in the Mediterranean region. This disease is caused by Enteromyxum leei, a […]
Mycotoxins are poisonous secondary metabolites produced by fungi or moulds. The most significant mycotoxins are those that are present in food and/or feedstuffs as they […]
The history of applied research at the BU Aquaculture started in the late nineties when Dr. Peter Coutteau initiated pioneering research on the development of […]
The presence of mycotoxins in feed and foodstuffs is an important concern for human and animal health. The Aspergillus, Fusarium and Claviceps species of fungi […]