Juan Felipe de Jesús Torres-Acosta spends much of his time researching Anthelmintic, Host, Nematode, Haemonchus contortus and Biotechnology. His study in Anthelmintic is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Agriculture and Ivermectin. Juan Felipe de Jesús Torres-Acosta has included themes like Chemical control, Agronomy, Digestive tract, Livestock and Nutraceutical in his Host study.
His studies in Nematode integrate themes in fields like Herd, Host resistance and Wet season. His study looks at the relationship between Haemonchus contortus and topics such as Lysiloma latisiliquum, which overlap with Fodder. The Biotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Infective larvae, Flock, Resistance and Parasitism.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Haemonchus contortus, Anthelmintic, Feces and Veterinary medicine. The concepts of his Animal science study are interwoven with issues in Piscidia piscipula, Fodder, Lysiloma latisiliquum and Grazing. The Haemonchus contortus study which covers Food science that intersects with Egg hatch assay.
His studies deal with areas such as Levamisole, In vitro, Biotechnology, In vivo and Flock as well as Anthelmintic. His Biotechnology research incorporates themes from Livestock, Host and Resistance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chlamydospore, Helminths and Humid tropics in addition to Feces.
Anthelmintic, Animal science, Nutraceutical, Haemonchus contortus and Feces are his primary areas of study. Juan Felipe de Jesús Torres-Acosta interconnects EC50 and Levamisole in the investigation of issues within Anthelmintic. His Live weight study in the realm of Animal science interacts with subjects such as PEG ratio.
His Nutraceutical research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of CLARITY and Herbivore. His Haemonchus contortus study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Traditional medicine, Hatching and Dry matter. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Yucatan peninsula and Ivermectin.
His primary areas of study are Anthelmintic, Livestock, Edible mushroom, Bioproducts and Alternative methods. His Anthelmintic research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Trichostrongylus colubriformis, In vitro, Larva and Animal science. His Livestock study combines topics in areas such as CLARITY, Nutraceutical, Vegetation and Herbivore.
Juan Felipe de Jesús Torres-Acosta incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Edible mushroom, Agriculture, Biotechnology and Pesticide.
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Alternative or improved methods to limit gastro-intestinal parasitism in grazing sheep and goats
J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;H. Hoste.
Small Ruminant Research (2008)
Interactions between nutrition and gastrointestinal infections with parasitic nematodes in goats
Hervé Hoste;J.F. Torres-Acosta;V. Paolini;A. Aguilar-Caballero.
Small Ruminant Research (2005)
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)
Anthelmintic resistance in sheep farms: update of the situation in the American continent.
J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;P. Mendoza-de-Gives;A.J. Aguilar-Caballero;J.A. Cuéllar-Ordaz.
Veterinary Parasitology (2012)
Non chemical control of helminths in ruminants: adapting solutions for changing worms in a changing world.
H. Hoste;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta.
Veterinary Parasitology (2011)
Exploiting the effect of dietary supplementation of small ruminants on resilience and resistance against gastrointestinal nematodes
M.R. Knox;J.F.J. Torres-Acosta;A.J. Aguilar-Caballero.
Veterinary Parasitology (2006)
Nutrition-parasite interactions in goats: is immunoregulation involved in the control of gastrointestinal nematodes?
H. Hoste;J. F. J. Torres-Acosta;A. J. Aguilar-Caballero.
Parasite Immunology (2007)
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)
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)
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