Can plant secondary metabolites have a role in controlling gastrointestinal nematode parasitism in small ruminants?

S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, CA Sandoval-Castro (Editor), FD DeB Hovell (Editor), JFJ Torres-Acosta (Editor), A Ayala-Burgos (Editor)

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBritish Society of Animal Science: Herbivores, the assessment of intake, digestibility and the roles of secondary compounds
EditorsCA Sandoval-Castro, FD DeB Hovell, JFJ Torres-Acosta, A Ayala-Burgos
Place of PublicationNorthampton, UK
PublisherNottingham City Press
Pages197 - 207
Number of pages11
Publication statusFirst published - 2006

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Athanasiadou, S., Kyriazakis, I., Jackson, F., Sandoval-Castro, CA. (Ed.), DeB Hovell, FD. (Ed.), Torres-Acosta, JFJ. (Ed.), & Ayala-Burgos, A. (Ed.) (2006). Can plant secondary metabolites have a role in controlling gastrointestinal nematode parasitism in small ruminants? In CA. Sandoval-Castro, FD. DeB Hovell, JFJ. Torres-Acosta, & A. Ayala-Burgos (Eds.), British Society of Animal Science: Herbivores, the assessment of intake, digestibility and the roles of secondary compounds (pp. 197 - 207). Nottingham City Press.