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Biochanin a and Daidzein Influence Meiotic Maturation of Pig Oocytes in a Different Manner

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Fenugreek seeds estrogenic activity in ovariectomized female rats

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8-Prenylnaringenin from hop (Humulus lupulus L.) – a panacea for menopause?

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Isoflavonoids — an overview of their biological activities and potential health benefits

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Determination of genistein in rat liver and kidney by a HPLC/UV method. Possible extrapolation from animals to humans

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Effects of isoflavones on testicular weight and testosterone secretion in ISA Brown roosters

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The Morpho-Functional Parameters of Rat Pituitary Hormone Producing Cells After Genistein Treatment

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The Effect of a Protein-Xanthophyll Concentrate from Alfalfa (Phytobiotic) on Animal Production - A Current Review

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Overview of Linseed Production in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.), as one of the richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids, antitumoral phytoestrogens and plant mucilage, has great importance for human health. For this reason, the Agricultural Institute of Republic of Srpska promotes linseed production and processing through practical research activities. This paper provides an overview of linseed production and research activities on linseed since 2004, when this crop was returned into production in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most important findings regarding linseed production and quality in recent years are discussed. So far, it seems that organic linseed production has better perspective in mountain regions compared to lowlands, mainly due to lack of invasive weeds 500 m above sea level. Until now, linseed diseases that can spoil the quality of seed, have not been recorded, due to extensive linseed production. The first comprehensive technological analyses of cold extracted linseed oil from the mountain region Petrovac showed unique quality characteristics. This mountain region is well known for its virgin nature and sunny microclimate. This has resulted in increased interest for linseed oil, as well as raised the price of domestic linseed oil.

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Influence of dietary soy isoflavones on immature hamster uterotrophic and Hershberger assays

of a robust yeast estrogen bioassay for the screening of estrogenic activity in animal feed. Food Addit Contam 2006, 23, 556-568. 6. Brown N.M., Setchell K.D.R.: Animal models impacted by phytoestrogens in commercial chow: implications for pathways influenced by hormones. Lab Invest 2001, 81, 735-747. 7. Casanova M., You L., Gaido K.W., Archibeque-Engle S., Janszen D.B., Heck H.d’A.: Developmental effects of dietary phytoestrogens in Sprague-Dawley rats and interactions of genistein and daidzein with rat estrogen receptors α and β

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