Natural Sciences Repository Publishes Animal Food and Mice Resources

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The novel Natural Sciences Repository aims to provide reliable information on various areas of scientific interest and presents its content in the simplest words and terms possible. The site has now added the categories Animal Food and Mice to its Animals section. The first new category contains scientific information on animal food, which may refer to commercial compound feed, fodder, or growing plants eaten by domestic livestock whereas the second newly included category contains scientific information on the animal mice, which are small rodents that have pointed snouts, rounded ears, and a hairless tail.

The aim of the Repository for Life Sciences Information is to provide reliable information on various areas of scientific interest in a format that can be digested easily. The information is presented in the simplest words and terms possible and that can be easily searched for within the website.

The Animal/Heterotrophs Section contains scientific information about living organism that feeds on organic matter. Because of this feeding habit, all animals can be called "heterotrophs," which means that they ingest other organisms or these organisms’ products in order to sustain life. This term is used for multicellular and eukaryotic organisms belonging to the kingdoms Animalia and Metazoa. After inclusion of the two new categories, this section contains ten categories including Breeding, Cattle, Farm, feeding, Food, Mice, Milk, Muscle, Pigs and Sheep. Users can receive alerts for newly published content in this section by subscribing to the Animal/Heterotrophs Section RSS feed.

The newly published category Animal Food contains scientific information on animal food, which may refer to commercial compound feed, fodder, or growing plants eaten by domestic livestock. There are different kinds of animal feed that are given to domestic livestock as a source of nourishment and sustenance. While the first kind is commercial compound feeds, which is a kind of feedstuff blended from various raw materials and additional ingredients, the other kind is fodder which is sued specifically for cattle, goats, sheep, horses, chickens, and pigs. Users can receive alerts for newly published content in this section by subscribing to the Animal Food Category RSS feed. The category currently contains over 220 articles including one on the bioavailability of seocalcitol III Administration of lipid-based formulations to minipigs in the fasted and fed state, crop-livestock interaction in the savannas of Nigeria Nature and determinants of farmer decision to use manure for soil fertility maintenance, and one on pasture and grazing land assessment of sustainability using invertebrate bioindicators.

The new Mice category contains scientific information on the animal mice, which are small rodents that have pointed snouts, rounded ears, and a hairless tail. There are thirty known species of mice, but the best-known species is the common house mouse, or Mus musculus. Mice are generally nocturnal animals, and therefore they have poor eyesight in daylight. They compensate for this with their extremely keen senses of hearing and smell—especially when they are trying to locate food or avoid predators. The Peromyscus leucopus (or the American white-footed mouse) and the Peromyscus maniculatus (the deer mouse) are included in the list of most common mouse-like rodents in most places in the world, and they are also often considered as household pets. Users can receive alerts for newly published content in this section by subscribing to the Mice Category RSS feed. The category currently contains over 4,500 articles including one on a 26-week dermal oncogenicity study evaluating pure trans-capsaicin in TgAC hemizygous mice FBV/N, Antipsychotic profile of rolipram efficacy in rats and reduced sensitivity in mice deficient in the phosphodiesterase-4B PDE4B enzyme, and blood-brain barrier penetration and pharmacokinetics of amitriptyline and its metabolites in p-glycoprotein abcb1ab knock-out mice and controls.

The repository groups information in the natural sciences according to interrelated sections and categories that will help readers understand the context of whatever topic is searched information on. It is composed of eleven sections which are subdivided into up to ten categories. Each unit contains a definition composed in an understandable way. Each item in these sections and categories contains up to twenty clickable tags. All content is delivered through RSS feeds.

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