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Bersényi András

Name

Dr. Bersényi András

Degree
Ph.D.
Department
Laboratory Animal Science and Animal Protection Unit
Position: senior lecturer
Email
bersenyi.andras[PUT_AT_HERE]univet.hu
Phone
+361 478 4291
Extension
+361 478 4100 / 8643
Location
Building J III. Floor Building
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Introduction

ASSIGNMENT: research fellow

GRADUATION: Veterinary, University of Veterinary Science, Budapest, 1987

SCIENTIFIC DEGREE: Ph.D., 2004 (SZIU, Gödöllő)

PROFESSIONAL FIELD: Nutrition and dietetics with farm and pet animals

SPECIALITY: Laboratory Animal Science, SZIU Fac. of Vet. Sci., 2004

TEACHING ACTIVITY:
– Animal Nutrition lectures and workshops as well as Lab Animal Science for undergraduate students (in Hungarian) and for foreign students (in English);
– Lectures and practices in post-graduate courses;
– Elective courses on Breeding and nutrition of fur animals and Fish breeding and nutrition.

MEMBERSHIPS:
– SZIU Fac. of Vet. Sci. Committee of Animal Protection, secretary
– Member of the Society of Laboratory Animal Science (Hungary)
– Member of the Hungarian Section of World Rabbit Science Association
– Member of the Hungarian Biological Society

Activity

TEACHING ACTIVITY:
– Animal Nutrition lectures and workshops as well as Lab Animal Science for undergraduate students (in Hungarian) and for foreign students (in English);
– Lectures and practices in post-graduate courses;
– Elective courses on Breeding and nutrition of fur animals and Fish breeding and nutrition.

PUBLICATIONS:

1. A. Bersényi, S. Fekete, I. Hullár, I. Kádár, M. Szilágyi, R. Glávits, Margit Kulcsár, M. Mézes, L. Zöldág (1999): Study of the soil-plant (carrot)-animal cycle of nutritive and hazardous minerals in a rabbit model. Acta Vet. Hung., 47:(2):181-190.

2. S. Gy. Fekete, A. Bersényi, I. Kádár, R. Glávits, J. Koncz and L. Zöldág (2001): Study of the soil-plant (potato and beetroot)-animal cycle of nutritive and hazardous minerals in a rabbit model. Acta Vet. Hung., 49:(3):301-310.

3. Kinga Fodor, S. Gy. Fekete, L. Zöldág, A. Bersényi, A. Gáspárdy, Emese Andrásofszky, Margit Kulcsár and F. Eszes (2001): Influence of feeding intensity on corporeal development, body composition and sexual maturity in female rabbits. Acta Vet. Hung., 49:(4):399-411.

4. A. Bersényi, S. Gy. Fekete, Z. Szőcs and Erzsébet Berta (2003): Effect of ingested heavy metals (Cd, Pb and Hg) on haematology and serum biochemistry in rabbits. Acta Vet. Hung., 51:(3):297-304.

5. Kinga Fodor, L. Zöldág, S. Gy. Fekete, A. Bersényi, A. Gáspárdy, Emese Andrásofszky, Margit Kulcsár, F. Eszes and M. Shani (2003): Influence of feeding intensity on the growth, body composition

6. J. Szabó, A. V. Vucskits, Emese Andrásofszky, Erzsébet Berta, A. Bersényi, L. Börzsönyi, V. Pálfi and I. Hullár (2011): Effect of dietary electrolyte balance on production, immune response and mineral concentration of the femur in broilers. Acta Vet. Hung., 59:(3):295-310.

 

7 Vucskits, A.V., Hullár, I., Bersényi, A., Andrásofszky, E., Kulcsár, M., Szabó, J. (2010): Effect of fulvic and humic acids on performance, immune response and thyroid function in rats. J. Anim. Physiol. a. Anim. Nutr., 94:(6):721-728.

 

8 A. Bersényi, Erzsébet Berta, I. Kádár, R. Glávits, M. Szilágyi and S. Gy. Fekete (2008): Effects of high dietary molybdenum in rabbits. Acta Vet. Hung., 56:(1):41-55.