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Khouloud Khachlouf, Houda Hamed, Radhouane Gdoura and Ahmed Gargouri

References Bergero D., Rumello G., Sara C., D ’ Angelo A. (1997). Effect of natural clinoptilolite or phillipsite in the feeding of lactating dairy cows. In: Natural zeolites sofia’95, Kirov G., Filizova L., Petrov O. (eds). Pensoft, Sofia, pp. 75–82. Boisclair Y., Grieve D.G., Stone J.B., Allen O.B., Macleod G.K. (1986). Effect of pre-partum energy, body condition, and sodium bicarbonate on production of cows in early lactation. J. Dairy Sci., 69: 2636–2647. Bosi P., Creston D., Casin L. (2002). Production performance of dairy cows after the

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Qiu Jue Wu, Qin Yu Wang, Tian Wang and Yan Min Zhou

.B., Kubena L.F., Ellisalde M.H., Phillips T.D. (1993). Efficacy of zeolitic ore compounds on the toxicity of aflatoxin to growing broiler chickens. Avian Dis., 37: 67-73. Ivkovic S., Zabcic D. (2002 a). The effect of tribomechanically activated zeolite (TMAZ) on total antioxidant status of healthy individuals and patients with malignant disease. Free Radical Bio Med., 33 (suppl 1), p. 172. Ivkovic S., Zabcic D. (2002 b). Antioxidative Therapy: nanotechnology product TMA-Zeolite reduces oxidative stress in cancer and diabetic patients. Free

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Milutin Djordjević, Milorad Mirilović, Novica Stajković, Ljiljana Janković, Branislav Pešić, Dubravko Bokonjić and Spomenka Djurić

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Diflubezuron is increasingly used in areas where mosquito larvae developed resistance to other insecticides. In our community diflubenzuron is not used to control mosquito larvae. Two formulations of 1% diflubenzuron (on corn-cob EF-1, and zeolite EF-2) were tested on Culex pipiens L (larvae) on one canal in the Belgrade suburb area. The effect was followed for seven weeks after application of the formulations. Formulation EF1 achieved a reduction in mosquito L1L2 larvae between 23.9% and 89.4%. The change was statistically significant the 21st and 28th day (p<0.001), 35th and 42nd day (p<0.01) and 49th day (p<0.05). The maximal reduction obtained by formulation EF2 was 69.1%. The accomplished reduction was significant on the 28th and 42nd day (p<0.001), 35th day (p<0.01) and 21st (p<0.05). Both formulations have maintained a good residual effect on the lower developmental larval stages. Maximum reduction achieved by EF1 on L3L4 larvae was 97.4%. Reduction of larvae was high between the 7th and 42nd day (66.4 - 97%). Statistically significant values were recorded on the 21st, 28th and 35th day. Formulation EF2 achieved a reduction of 99.5%. A statistically significant reduction in the value of mosquito larvae was obtained on the 14th, 21st, 28th, 35th and 42nd day.

Between the two used formulations there was no significant difference in the number reduction of lower larval stages, but for the higher larval stages EF1 proved to be more efficient.

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Ante Vučemilović, Mirko Hadžija and Ivan Jukić

Tribomechanically Activated micronized mineral zeolite, in Croatian]. Research study. Zagreb: Ruđer Bošković Institute; 1999. Vučemilović A. Učinci zeolita na nokse [Influence of zeolites on harmful substances, in Croatian]. [MSc thesis]. Zagreb: Faculty of Natural Science and Matematics University of Zagreb; 2001. Zakon o prihvaćanju Konvencije za zabranu kemijskog oružja [Chemical Weapons Convention Adoption Act, in Croatian]. Narodne novine 1995;(4). Weil CS. Tables for convenient calculation of

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Ante Vučemilović, Mirko Hadžija and Ivan Jukić

, Hadžija M. The zeolites as skin decontaminants against nerve agent sarine in vivo. First World Congress on Chemical and Biological Terrorism. CBMTS - Industry II. Dubrovnik 2001. Abstracts p. 257--9. Hadžija M, Križanac S. Studija akutne, subkronične i kronične toksičnosti tribomehanički aktiviranog zeolita [Acute, subchronic and chronic toxicity study of tribomechanically activated micronized mineral zeolite, in Croatian]. Research study. Zagreb: Ruđer Bošković Institute; 1999. Vučemilović A. Učinci zeolita na nokse

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Hazel Turingan, Krishnamurthy Govindaraj, Dione Parreno-Sacdalan, George McNamee, Tiffani Slaughter, Clifford Lutz, Pei-Hua Dai and David Burris

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Z. Adamiak, P. Jastrzębski, A. Pomianowski, I. Otrocka-Domagała, P. Holak, Y. Zhalniarovich, P. Przyborowska and J. Głodek

References Arnaud F, Teranishi K, Tomori T, Carr W, McCarron R (2009) Comparison of 10 hemostatic dressings in a groin puncture model in swine. J Vasc Surg 50: 632-639. Arnaud F, Tomori T, Carr W, McKeague A, Teranishi K, Prusaczyk K, McCarron R (2008) Exothermic reaction in zeolite hemostatic dressings: QuikClot ACS and ACS +. Ann Biomed Eng 36: 1708-1713. Devlin JJ, Kircher S, Kozen BG, Littlejohn LF, Johnson AS (2011) Comparison of ChitoFlexR, CeloxTM, and Quik- ClotR in control of hemorrhage. J Emerg Med 41

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P. Jastrzębski, Z. Adamiak, A. Pomianowski, W. Krystkiewicz, P. Holak, S. Sawicki, P. Przyborowska, Y. Zhalniarovich and G. Gudzbeler

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Aidin Azizpour and Navid Moghadam

-122. 10. Karaman M., Basmacioglu H., Ortatatli M., Oguz H.: Evaluation of the detoxifying effect of yeast glucomannan on aflatoxicosis in broilers as assessed by gross examination and histopathology. Brit Poult Sci 2005, 46, 394-400. 11. Kececi T., Oguz H., Kurtoglu V., Demet O.: Effects of polyvinyl polypyrrolidone, synthetic zeolite and bentonite on serum biochemical and haematological characters of broiler chickens during aflatoxicosis. Brit Poult Sci 1998, 39, 452-458. 12. Khadem A.A., Sharifi S.D., Barati M., Borji M .: Evaluation of

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M. Levkut, M. Fukasová, K. Bobíková, M. Levkutová, K. Čobanová and M. Levkut

Zn-supplemented rats. Br. J. Nutr. , 55, 603—611. 12. Sunder, G. S., Panda, A. K., Gopinath, N. C. S., Rama Rao, S. V., Raju, M. V. L. N., Reddy, M. R., et al., 2008: Effects of higher levels of zinc supplementation on performance, mineral availability, and immune competence in broiler chickens. J. Appl. Poult. Res. , 17, 79—86. 13. Tang, Z., Wen, C., Li, P., Wang, T., Zhou, Y, 2014: Effect of zinc-bearing zeolite clinoptololite on growth performance, nutrient retention, digestive enzyme activities, and intestinal function of broiler chickens. Biol