The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Animal science, Haemonchus contortus, Lysiloma latisiliquum and Fodder. His Botany research focuses on subjects like In vivo, which are linked to Dose–response relationship, Trichostrongylus colubriformis and Infective stage. His work carried out in the field of Haemonchus contortus brings together such families of science as Host, Feces, In vitro and Meal.
His Lysiloma latisiliquum study combines topics in areas such as Fabaceae, Onobrychis, Resistance and Anthelmintic. His Fodder study deals with Forage intersecting with Food science and Tannin. His work in Piscidia piscipula tackles topics such as Dry matter which are related to areas like Latin square.
His main research concerns Animal science, Dry matter, Haemonchus contortus, Botany and Agronomy. His Animal science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nutrient, Leucaena leucocephala, Lysiloma latisiliquum and Fodder. The various areas that he examines in his Dry matter study include Organic matter, Criollo tobacco, Deciduous and Mucuna pruriens.
His Haemonchus contortus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Veterinary medicine, Anthelmintic and Food science. His Tannin and Onobrychis viciifolia study in the realm of Botany connects with subjects such as Brosimum alicastrum, Disease control and Chemical composition. His Agronomy research incorporates themes from Fermentation, Feces and Pelibüey sheep.
Carlos A. Sandoval-Castro spends much of his time researching Animal science, Dry matter, Haemonchus contortus, Anthelmintic and Live weight. His work deals with themes such as Criollo tobacco and Deciduous, which intersect with Animal science. His Dry matter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ruminant, Tropical forest, Woody plant and Vegetation.
His studies deal with areas such as Piscidia piscipula, Food science, Nutraceutical and Fodder as well as Haemonchus contortus. His Fodder research incorporates elements of Eggs per gram, Meal and In vivo. His research in Anthelmintic intersects with topics in EC50, In vitro, Larva, Nematode and Lysiloma latisiliquum.
Animal science, Dry matter, Anthelmintic, Senegalia gaumeri and Food science are his primary areas of study. When carried out as part of a general Animal science research project, his work on Young sheep and Pelibüey sheep is frequently linked to work in Flight distance, Direct observation and Habituation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Carlos A. Sandoval-Castro works mostly in the field of Dry matter, limiting it down to topics relating to Live weight and, in certain cases, Neutral Detergent Fiber and Feed consumption.
His research integrates issues of Agriculture, Pesticide, Biotechnology and Bioproducts in his study of Anthelmintic. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Piscidia piscipula, Leucaena leucocephala and Acacia. He specializes in Haemonchus contortus, namely Egg hatch assay.
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Tannin containing legumes as a model for nutraceuticals against digestive parasites in livestock.
H. Hoste;H. Hoste;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;C.A. Sandoval-Castro;I. Mueller-Harvey.
Veterinary Parasitology (2015)
Direct and indirect effects of bioactive tannin-rich tropical and temperate legumes against nematode infections
H. Hoste;C. Martinez-Ortiz-De-Montellano;C. Martinez-Ortiz-De-Montellano;C. Martinez-Ortiz-De-Montellano;F. Manolaraki;F. Manolaraki;S. Brunet;S. Brunet.
Veterinary Parasitology (2012)
Tannins in tropical tree fodders fed to small ruminants: A friendly foe?
M.A. Alonso-Díaz;M.A. Alonso-Díaz;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;C.A. Sandoval-Castro;H. Hoste;H. Hoste.
Small Ruminant Research (2010)
In vitro larval migration and kinetics of exsheathment of Haemonchus contortus larvae exposed to four tropical tanniniferous plant extracts
M.A. Alonso-Díaz;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;C.A. Sandoval-Castro;A.J. Aguilar-Caballero.
Veterinary Parasitology (2008)
Effect of a tropical tannin-rich plant Lysiloma latisiliquum on adult populations of Haemonchus contortus in sheep
C. Martínez-Ortíz-de-Montellano;J.J. Vargas-Magaña;H.L. Canul-Ku;R. Miranda-Soberanis.
Veterinary Parasitology (2010)
Scanning electron microscopy of Haemonchus contortus exposed to tannin-rich plants under in vivo and in vitro conditions
C. Martínez-Ortíz-de-Montellano;C. Arroyo-López;C. Arroyo-López;I. Fourquaux;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta.
Experimental Parasitology (2013)
Is goats’ preference of forage trees affected by their tannin or fiber content when offered in cafeteria experiments?
M.A. Alonso-Díaz;M.A. Alonso-Díaz;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;C.A. Sandoval-Castro;H. Hoste.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
Defaunating capacity of tropical fodder trees: Effects of polyethylene glycol and its relationship to in vitro gas production
Gregorio E. Monforte-Briceño;Carlos A. Sandoval-Castro;Luis Ramírez-Avilés;Concepción M. Capetillo Leal.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2005)
Anthelmintic activity of acetone-water extracts against Haemonchus contortus eggs: interactions between tannins and other plant secondary compounds.
J.J. Vargas-Magaña;J.J. Vargas-Magaña;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;A.J. Aguilar-Caballero;C.A. Sandoval-Castro.
Veterinary Parasitology (2014)
Nutritional manipulation of sheep and goats for the control of gastrointestinal nematodes under hot humid and subhumid tropical conditions
J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;C.A. Sandoval-Castro;H. Hoste;A.J. Aguilar-Caballero.
Small Ruminant Research (2012)
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