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    Wageningen PhD theses

    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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A value chain perspective to the control of avian influenza in the Western Java poultry sector [PhD thesis]
Indrawan, Dikky \ 2019
Effective use of product quality information in food supply chain logistics [PhD thesis]
Rijpkema, W.A. \ 2014
logistics - food supply - supply chain management - food quality - decision support systems - modeling - meat
Bruises in Chilean cattle: their characterization, occurrence and relation with pre-slaughter conditions [PhD thesis]
Strappini, A.C. \ 2012
cattle - bruises - bruising - characterization - risk factors - slaughter - abattoirs - carcasses - handling - transport of animals - stunning - chile
Livestock-associated methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in pigs - prevalence, risk factors and transmission dynamics [PhD thesis]
Broens, E.M. \ 2011
pigs - staphylococcus aureus - antibiotics - resistance - methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus - methicillin - transmission
Incentive mechanisms for food safety control in pork supply chains : a study on the relationship between finishing pig producers and slaughterhouses in the Netherlands [PhD thesis]
Wagenberg, C.P.A. van \ 2010
food safety - control - food chains - government policy - pig farming - pigmeat - pigs - finishing - meat animals - slaughter - netherlands - supply chain management - agro-industrial chains
Cost-effectiveness of Escherichia coli O157:H7 control in the beef chain [PhD thesis]
Vosough Ahmadi, B. \ 2007
cost effectiveness analysis - beef - food chains - escherichia coli - food contamination - decontamination - control - disease prevention - abattoirs - dairy farms - netherlands
Circuits in de landbouwvoedselketen : verscheidenheid en samenhang in de productie en vermarkting van rundvlees in Midden-Italië [PhD thesis]
Meulen, H.S. van der \ 2000
beef - meat production - marketing - italy - economic production - authenticity
Preslaughter treatment of pigs : consequences for welfare and meat quality [PhD thesis]
Geverink, N.A. \ 1998
pigs - slaughter - animal behaviour - animal physiology - responses - animal welfare - pig housing - transport - stunning - meat quality - rearing
Anaerobic treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater using the UASB process [PhD thesis]
Sayed, S.K.I. \ 1987
waste water treatment - water treatment - biological treatment - biological fixed-film systems - biofilms - abattoirs - meat - packing - anaerobic treatment
Mechanisme van de bacteriele besmetting tijdens het slachten van pluimvee [PhD thesis]
Notermans, S.H.W. \ 1975
poultry - poultry meat - meat products - meat - hygiene - abattoirs - animal products - bacteriology - bacterial count - processing - freezing - cooling
De frekwentie en de zootechnische preventie van long- en leveraandoeningen bij varkens [PhD thesis]
Tielen, M.J.M. \ 1974
animal housing - hygiene - liver diseases - lungs - pigs - respiratory diseases - veterinary science - care of animals
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