Diatoms – literature

[1]. Małgorzata Wiewióra, Department of Animal Breeding and Production, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, 2016. The influence of amorphous diatomite on the production results and health status of laying hens. Available from the author: mg.wiewiora@gmail.com.

[2]. Małgorzata Wiewióra,  Monika Łukasiewicz. Amorphous diatomaceous earth – its properties and application. Journal “Polish Poultry”, 4 / 2017. Available from the authors: mg.wiewiora@gmail.com.

[3]. Edith M. Carlisle, Ciba Found Symp. 1986;121:123-39. Silicon as an essential trace element in animal nutrition. Link

[4]. Carlisle EM, Curran MJ. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord. 1987;1(2):83-9. Effect of dietary silicon and aluminum on silicon and aluminum levels in rat brain. Link

[5]. Life Extension Magazine, April 2003, Report. Silicon: An Overlooked Trace Mineral. Link

[6]. Hinner Köster. Diatomite in Animal Feeds. Link

[7]. Gregory Bernard*, Mulumebet Worku**, and Mohamed Ahmedna**. *Fungal Genomics Laboratory, North Carolina State University, 840 Main Campus Drive, Suite 1200 Raleigh, NC 27606, USA, ** North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, B.C. Webb Hall, 1601 East Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411, USA (Presented by Academy Member N. Aleksidze). The Effects of Diatomaceous Earth on Parasite Infected Goats. Link

[8]. Małgorzata Wiewióra, Monika Łukasiewicz, Justyna Bartosik, Mateusz Makarski, Tomasz Niemiec.  Department of Animal Breeding and Production, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Animal Science No 54 (2), 2015. Diatomaceous earth in the prevention of worm infestation in purebred pigeons. Link

[9]. Edith M. Carlisle. J Nutr. 1980 Feb;110(2):352-9. A silicon requirement for normal skull formation in chicks. Link

[10]. Edith M. Carlisle. J Nutr. 1976 Apr;106(4):478-84. In vivo requirement for silicon in articular cartilage and connective tissue formation in the chick. Link

[11]. Edith M. Carlisle. Science. 1972 Nov 10;178(4061):619-21. Silicon: an essential element for the chick. Link

[12]. United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Library. A New Litter Disinfectant for Poultry Pathogen Control. Link

[13]. Poultry Science. Effects of a silica-based feed supplement on performance, health, and litter quality of growing turkeys. Link

[14]. Poultry Word. Effect of Silica+ in turkey diets. Link

[15]. Bennett DC1, Yee A, Rhee YJ, Cheng KM.. Poult Sci. 2011 Jul;90(7):1416-26. doi: 10.3382/ps.2010-01256. Effect of diatomaceous earth on parasite load, egg production, and egg quality of free-range organic laying hens. Link

[16]. Diatomaceous Earth and Bees. wormfarmingrevealed.com. Link

[17]. Bees: The Effects of Chemical Insecticides. Link

[18]. Diatomaceous Earth and Bees. Planet natural. Link

[19]. Alternative control of Aethina tumida Murray (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) with lime and diatomaceous earth. ECO Sciences Journal. Link

[20]. Diatomaceous earth as a feed additive for poultry. Dorota Szablicka, Marcin Różewicz; University of Natural Sciences and Humanities in Siedlce, Institute of Bioengineering and Animal Breeding, article published in Wiadomości Zootechniczne, R. LV (2017), 4: 112-117. Link

[21]. Growth performance parameters and selected quality traits of meat and femoral bone of broiler chickens fed diet supplemented with amorphous diatomaceous earth.  Małgorzata Wiewióra, Monika Łukasiewicz, Faculty of Animal Sciences, Aves Scientific Circle, Department of Animal Breeding and Production, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW Link

[22].  A guide on how to use diatomaceous earth for pest control, How I Get Rid Of – the pest control authority for home owners looking to find the most effective solutions to pest related problems Link

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