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Ilias Kyriazakis
Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor of Animal and Veterinary Science at Queen's University, Belfast
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Nutrition–parasite interaction
RL Coop, I Kyriazakis
Veterinary parasitology 84 (3-4), 187-204, 1999
8151999
Direct anthelmintic effects of condensed tannins towards different gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep: in vitro and in vivo studies
S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
Veterinary parasitology 99 (3), 205-219, 2001
8122001
Influence of host nutrition on the development and consequences of nematode parasitism in ruminants
RL Coop, I Kyriazakis
TRENDS in Parasitology 17 (7), 325-330, 2001
5392001
Changes in feeding behavior as possible indicators for the automatic monitoring of health disorders in dairy cows
LA González, BJ Tolkamp, MP Coffey, A Ferret, I Kyriazakis
Journal of dairy science 91 (3), 1017-1028, 2008
4672008
A systematic review of public attitudes, perceptions and behaviours towards production diseases associated with farm animal welfare
B Clark, GB Stewart, LA Panzone, I Kyriazakis, LJ Frewer
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29 (3), 455-478, 2016
3912016
Citizens, consumers and farm animal welfare: A meta-analysis of willingness-to-pay studies
B Clark, GB Stewart, LA Panzone, I Kyriazakis, LJ Frewer
Food Policy 68, 112-127, 2017
3562017
Medicinal plants for helminth parasite control: facts and fiction
S Athanasiadou, J Githiori, I Kyriazakis
Animal 1 (9), 1392-1400, 2007
3482007
Towards a functional explanation for the occurrence of anorexia during parasitic infections
I Kyriazakis, BJ Tolkamp, MR Hutchings
Animal behaviour 56 (2), 265-274, 1998
3221998
The voluntary feed intake of pigs given feeds based on wheat bran, dried citrus pulp and grass meal, in relation to measurements of feed bulk
I Kyriazakis, GC Emmans
British Journal of Nutrition 73 (2), 191-207, 1995
3201995
Predicting the environmental impacts of chicken systems in the United Kingdom through a life cycle assessment: Broiler production systems
I Leinonen, AG Williams, J Wiseman, J Guy, I Kyriazakis
Poultry science 91 (1), 8-25, 2012
2812012
Early detection of health and welfare compromises through automated detection of behavioural changes in pigs
SG Matthews, AL Miller, J Clapp, T Plötz, I Kyriazakis
The Veterinary Journal 217, 43-51, 2016
2782016
Plant secondary metabolites: antiparasitic effects and their role in ruminant production systems
S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 63 (4), 631-639, 2004
2632004
‘Freedom from hunger’and preventing obesity: the animal welfare implications of reducing food quantity or quality
RB D'Eath, BJ Tolkamp, I Kyriazakis, AB Lawrence
Animal Behaviour 77 (2), 275-288, 2009
2592009
Diet selection in sheep: the ability of growing lambs to select a diet that meets their crude protein (nitrogen× 6.25) requirements
I Kyriazakis, JD Oldham
British journal of Nutrition 69 (3), 617-629, 1993
2541993
Breeding for efficiency in the broiler chicken: A review
CW Tallentire, I Leinonen, I Kyriazakis
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 36, 1-16, 2016
2142016
Whittemore's science and practice of pig production
I Kyriazakis
Blackwell publishing, 2006
2112006
Consequences of long-term feeding with condensed tannins on sheep parasitised with Trichostrongylus colubriformis
S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
International Journal for Parasitology 30 (9), 1025-1033, 2000
2082000
Effects of short-term exposure to condensed tannins on adult Trichostrongylus colubriformis.
S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
The Veterinary Record 146 (25), 728-732, 2000
2012000
Diet selection in pigs: choices made by growing pigs given foods of different protein concentrations
I Kyriazakis, GC Emmans, CT Whittemore
Animal Science 51 (1), 189-199, 1990
1991990
Can animals use foraging behaviour to combat parasites?
MR Hutchings, S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, IJ Gordon
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 62 (2), 361-370, 2003
1932003
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