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content material: Antibiotics use in agriculture : an summary / Richard H. Gustafson --
healing use of antibiotics in cattle / G. Ziv --
Antibiotics in therapy of mastitis / W.D. Schultze --
Antibiotics in beekeeping / Robert J. Argauer --
Antibiotics as crop protectants / Arun okay. Misra --
developments within the use of fermentation items in agriculture / R.W. Burg --
merits and hazards of antibiotics use in agriculture / Virgil W. Hays --
importance of antibiotics in meals and feeds / Khem M. Shahani and Paul J. Whalen --
dangers to human wellbeing and fitness from using antibiotics in animal feeds / Philip J. Frappaolo --
results of low degrees of antibiotics in cattle feeds / Thomas H. Jukes --
Antibiotic residues in foodstuff : regulatory facets / Robert C. Livingston --
The U.S. division of Agriculture meat and chicken antibiotic residue trying out application / Bernard Schwab and Jeffrey Brown --
Microbiological assay strategies for antibiotic residues / Stanley E. Katz --
Physicochemical equipment for picking out antibiotic residues in meals / William A. Moats --
Pharmacokinetics and residues of sulfadimidine and its N⁴-acetyl and hydroxy metabolites in food-producing animals / J.F.M. Nouws, T.B. Vree, R. Aerts, and J. Grondel.
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ARGAUER Antibiotics in Beekeeping 45 and on which the foraging bees feed. These data show that pollens intended for human consumption can become contaminated with trace amounts of oxytetracycline residues i f precautions are not followed. ch004 Safe and E f f i c i e n t Use of Oxytetracycline - Present and Future In t h i s symposium paper we have attempted to provide a synopsis of some of the research that has been performed by industry and government and have emphasized some of our own published research and included new findings concerning marketable pollen, that not only supports but may help to extend the label recommendations for proper use of oxytetracycline i n bee colonies.