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Spiridoula Athanasiadou
Spiridoula Athanasiadou
Professor of Veterinary Gastrointestinal Health, SRUC
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The effects of tannin-rich plants on parasitic nematodes in ruminants
H Hoste, F Jackson, S Athanasiadou, SM Thamsborg, SO Hoskin
Trends in parasitology 22 (6), 253-261, 2006
9442006
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
8352001
Use of plants in novel approaches for control of gastrointestinal helminths in livestock with emphasis on small ruminants
JB Githiori, S Athanasiadou, SM Thamsborg
Veterinary parasitology 139 (4), 308-320, 2006
5302006
Medicinal plants for helminth parasite control: facts and fiction
S Athanasiadou, J Githiori, I Kyriazakis
Animal 1 (9), 1392-1400, 2007
3502007
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
2642004
Ethno-medicinal study of plants used for treatment of human and livestock ailments by traditional healers in South Omo, Southern Ethiopia
K Tolossa, E Debela, S Athanasiadou, A Tolera, G Ganga, JGM Houdijk
Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 9, 1-15, 2013
2212013
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
2092000
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
2022000
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
Evaluation of efficacy expectations for novel and non-chemical helminth control strategies in ruminants
JK Ketzis, J Vercruysse, BE Stromberg, M Larsen, S Athanasiadou, ...
Veterinary parasitology 139 (4), 321-335, 2006
1542006
Testing for direct anthelmintic effects of bioactive forages against Trichostrongylus colubriformis in grazing sheep
S Athanasiadou, O Tzamaloukas, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
Veterinary parasitology 127 (3-4), 233-243, 2005
1162005
Use of trade‐off theory to advance understanding of herbivore–parasite interactions
MR Hutchings, J Judge, IJ Gordon, S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis
Mammal Review 36 (1), 1-16, 2006
962006
The use of chicory for parasite control in organic ewes and their lambs
S Athanasiadou, D Gray, D Younie, O Tzamaloukas, F Jackson, ...
Parasitology 134 (2), 299-307, 2007
942007
Manipulating small ruminant parasite epidemiology through the combination of nutritional strategies
JGM Houdijk, I Kyriazakis, A Kidane, S Athanasiadou
Veterinary Parasitology 186 (1-2), 38-50, 2012
912012
Direct anthelmintic effects of condensed tannins towards different gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep
S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
vitro and in vivo studies. Vet Parasitol 99, 205-219, 2001
882001
The consequences of short-term grazing of bioactive forages on established adult and incoming larvae populations of Teladorsagia circumcincta in lambs
O Tzamaloukas, S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
International Journal for Parasitology 35 (3), 329-335, 2005
872005
The effect of chicory (Cichorium intybus) and sulla (Hedysarum coronarium) on larval development and mucosal cell responses of growing lambs challenged with Teladorsagia …
O Tzamaloukas, S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, JF Huntley, F Jackson
Parasitology 132 (3), 419-426, 2006
802006
Direct and indirect effects of host nutrition on ruminant gastrointestinal nematodes
JGM Houdijk, S Athanasiadou
VI International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores 213, 2003
782003
The effects of condensed tannins supplementation of foods with different protein content on parasitism, food intake and performance of sheep infected with Trichostrongylus …
S Athanasiadou, I Kyriazakis, F Jackson, RL Coop
British Journal of Nutrition 86 (6), 697-706, 2001
752001
Ubiquitous parasites drive a 33% increase in methane yield from livestock
NJ Fox, LA Smith, JGM Houdijk, S Athanasiadou, MR Hutchings
International Journal for Parasitology 48 (13), 1017-1021, 2018
612018
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