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Silver and Zinc Nanoparticles in Animal Nutrition – A Review

.V., Bachurin S.O., Dzantiev B.B. (2016). Toxicity of nanosilver in intragastric studies: Biodistribution and metabolic effects. Toxicol. Lett., 241: 184–192. Houtkooper R.H., Argmann C., Houten S.M., Cantó C., Jeninga E.H., Andreux P.A., Thomas C., Doenlen R., Schoonjans K., Auwerx J. (2011). The metabolic footprint of aging in mice. Sci. Rep., 1: 134. Hwang M.G., Katayama H., Ohgaki S. (2007). Inactivation of Legionella pneumophila and Pseudomonas aeruginosa : evaluation of the bactericidal ability of silver cations. Water Res., 41: 4097–4104. Kędziora

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Effect of Indigenous Pseudomonas sp. and Bacillus sp. Strains on Yield and Main Chemical Growth Parameters of Radicchio

REFERENCES ADESEMOYE AO, OBINI M, UGOJI EO: Comparison of plant growth-promotion with Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bacillus subtilis in three vegetables. Braz. J. Microbiol., 39(3)423-426, 2008. BANCHIO E, BOGINO PC, ZYGADLO J, GIORDANO W: Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria improve growth and essential oil yield in Origanum majorana L. Biochem. Syst. Ecol., 36(10)766-771, 2008. BARCACCIA G, PALLOTTINI L, SOATTIN M, LAZZARIN R, PARRINI P, LUCCHIN M: Genomic DNA fingerprints as a tool for identifying cultivated types of radicchio ( Cichorium

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