Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture Rev

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  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 4 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
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Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture Rev

Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture    Rev
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 May 2022
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There is increasing concern that the use of antimicrobials, including antibiotics, in agricultural production systems may contribute to antimicrobial resistance, primarily in zoonotic bacteria. Zoonotic bacteria can cause disease in both animals and humans. Other areas of concern are transference of resistance, and multi-drug resistance. This document discusses these concerns and describes measures taken by the governments of Canada and Ontario to reduce the risk of antimicrobial resistance in agriculture.

Antimicrobials and Agriculture

Antimicrobials and Agriculture
  • Author : Malcolm Woodbine
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 January 2016
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Studies in the Agricultural and Food Sciences: Antimicrobials and Agriculture presents the benefits and disadvantages of antibiotics application in agriculture. It discusses the biochemical properties and bacteriological application of beta-lactamase inhibitors. It addresses the nitrification and nitrogen cycling in soils. Some of the topics covered in the book are the nitrification inhibition properties of etrodiazol; perturbations in soil activity caused by agrochemicals; effects of fungicides on soil populations; taxonomic implications of phytoalexin accumulation; fungal antagonism in relation to peaches; and

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 46

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 46
  • Author : Harsh Panwar,Chetan Sharma,Eric Lichtfouse
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 29 September 2020
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According to the World Health Organization, antimicrobial resistance is a major threat to global health because the number of alternative antibiotics is very limited. Antimicrobial resistance is a slow evolutionary process that has been accelerated by human activities in health, environment and agriculture sectors. Due to their wide application, antibiotics and their residues have been found in almost all food products and natural ecosystems. This book reviews the drivers, impact and mitigation of antimicrobial resistance, with focus on methods and

Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture

Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture
  • Author : Indranil Samanta,Samiran Bandyopadhyay
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 25 September 2019
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Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture: Perspective, Policy and Mitigation is a valuable industrial resource that addresses complex, multi-factorial topics regarding farm, wild, companion animals, fish, and how the environment plays an important role in amplification and transmission of resistant bugs into the human food chain. Information of phenotypical and genotypical properties of each bacterial genus associated with antimicrobial resistance, transmission dynamics from different reservoirs (food animals, poultry, fishes) and control measures with alternative therapy, such as phytobiotics and nanomaterials are provided.

Advances in microbial food safety

Advances in microbial food safety
  • Author : B. ter Kuile,S. Brul
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 31 July 2013
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Antibiotic resistance in human pathogens is becoming a major threat to human health. This is partly due to agriculture, because large amounts of antibiotics are used to treat animals, which encourages resistant genes to appear and transfer to humans through foodstuffs. This is a food safety issue. Measures against selection of resistance in agriculture have long been limited to monitoring. The scientific knowledge acquired in recent years can be used to introduce cost-effective measures, such as harmonized monitoring and prudent

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 49

Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 49
  • Author : Harsh Panwar,Chetan Sharma,Eric Lichtfouse
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 07 January 2021
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This book presents advanced therapies based on new and complementary drugs, and alternative techniques and strategies, such as phages, probiotics, flavonoids, essential oils, cellulose, peptides, nano delivery, iron starvation and vaccines.

Antimicrobial Resistance

Antimicrobial Resistance
  • Author : Donna U. Vogt,Brian A. Jackson
  • Publisher : Nova Science Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 18 May 2022
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Antimicrobials -- a set of agents which includes antibiotics, synthetic anti-effective drugs, antibacterial agents, and disinfectants -- had had significant beneficial effects on public health, medicine, animal husbandry, agriculture, and food processing. By making many diseases and infections, which were once difficult to treat and often lethal, readily curable, antibiotics have revolutionised human and veterinary medicine. In agricultural use, besides treating specific infections in animals, antibiotics are also given to farm animals to speed their growth, to promote the efficient

Joint FAO WHO Expert Meeting in collaboration with OIE on Foodborne Antimicrobial Resistance Role of the Environment Crops and Biocides

Joint FAO WHO Expert Meeting in collaboration with OIE on Foodborne Antimicrobial Resistance  Role of the Environment  Crops and Biocides
  • Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,World Health Organization
  • Publisher : Food & Agriculture Org.
  • Release : 06 November 2019
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Responding to the request from the 39th Session Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) and the ad hoc Codex Intergovernmental Task Force on Antimicrobial Resistance (TFAMR) for information about antimimcrobial resistance, this report provides scientific advice on the subject derived from a joint “FAO/WHO expert meeting on foodborne antimicrobial resistance: role of environment, crops and biocides” on 11-15 June 2018 in Rome, Italy. There is clear scientific evidence that foods of plant origin may serve as a vehicle of foodborne exposure to

Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Aquaculture

Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Aquaculture
  • Author : Pilar Hernández Serrano,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Publisher : Food & Agriculture Org.
  • Release : 18 May 2022
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Antibiotics are drugs of natural or synthetic origin that have the capacity to kill or to inhibit the growth of micro-organisms. Antibiotics that are sufficiently non-toxic to the host are used as chemotherapeutic agents in the treatment of infectious diseases of human, animals and plants. They have long been present in the environment and have played a crucial role in the battle between man and microbe. Many bacterial species multiply rapidly enough to double their numbers every 20-30 minutes, so

Superbugs

Superbugs
  • Author : William Hall
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release : 09 April 2018
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Antibiotics are powerful drugs that can prevent and treat infections, but they are becoming less effective as a result of drug resistance. Resistance develops because the bacteria that antibiotics target can evolve ways to defend themselves against these drugs. When antibiotics fail, there is very little else to prevent an infection from spreading. Unnecessary use of antibiotics in both humans and animals accelerates the evolution of drug-resistant bacteria, with potentially catastrophic personal and global consequences. Our best defenses against infectious

Antibiotics and Antibiosis in Agriculture

Antibiotics and Antibiosis in Agriculture
  • Author : M. Woodbine
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 19 April 2016
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Antibiotics and Antibiosis in Agriculture: With Special Reference to Synergism is a collection of papers dealing with the properties of penicillins, cephalosporins, sulfonamides, as well as the synergistic combinations of these and other antibacterial substances. One paper discusses issues regarding antibiotics such as the sufficiency of supply, the need for more and new antibiotics, and the period of obsolescence of antibiotics. Another paper explains the use of pairs of agents as synergic combinations, for example, novobiocin and tetracycline combined together

One Health and the Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance

One Health and the Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance
  • Author : Laura H. Kahn
  • Publisher : JHU Press
  • Release : 15 August 2016
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Zoonoses—infectious diseases, such as SARS and mad cow, that originate in animals and spread to humans—reveal how intimately animal and human health are linked. Complicating this relationship further, when livestock are given antibiotics to increase growth, it can lead to resistant bacteria. Unfortunately, there are few formal channels for practitioners of human medicine and veterinary medicine to communicate about threats to public health. To address this problem, Dr. Laura H. Kahn and her colleagues are promoting the One