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Effects of black cumin seed (Nigella sativa L.), a probiotic, a prebiotic and a synbiotic on growth performance, immune response and blood characteristics of male broilers
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Dietary supplemented with probiotic, synbiotic or 10 to 20 g/kg black seed improved FCR of broilers and improved plasma lipid profile and antibody-mediated immunity. Expand
Comparative effects of using black seed (Nigella sativa), cumin seed (Cuminum cyminum), probiotic or prebiotic on growth performance, blood haematology and serum biochemistry of broiler chicks.
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Results showed promising results regarding the use of spice additives as growth and health promoters, especially at higher levels of their incorporation in the diets, which were comparable to the probiotic- or prebiotic-containing diets. Expand
Effects of Dietary Ginger (Zingiber Ofjicinale), Cinnamon (Cinnamo¬Mum), Synbiotic and Antibiotic Supplementation on Performance of Broilers -
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It was showed that either 0.8 % ginger or 0.4% cinnamon could be suggested as effective alternative for virginiamycin with respect to the feed efficiency and health parameters, and the results showed that all supplemented with feed additives decreased. Expand
Effects of dietary probiotic, prebiotic and butyric acid glycerides on performance and serum composition in broiler chickens
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Dietary supplementation improved the body weight, feed conversion ratio, HDL/LDL ratio and decreased feed intake, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and cholesterol/HDL ratio in the serum of broiler chickens. Expand
Effect of Scrophularia striata and Ferulago angulata, as alternatives to virginiamycin, on growth performance, intestinal microbial population, immune response, and blood constituents of broiler
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D dietary S. striata or F. angulata at a level of 4 g/kg diet enhanced growth performance, which was comparable to that of VM used as an antibiotic growth promoter, and a high dose of both herbs could beneficially affect the intestinal health and immune status of broilers. Expand
Effect of Dietary Inclusion of Probiotic, Prebiotic and Butyric Acid Glycerides on Resistance against Coccidiosis in Broiler Chickens
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It seems some of these supplements, in comparison to salinomycin, can diminish partially the adverse effects of coccidiosis. Expand
Effect of monensin and vitamin E on milk production and composition of lactating dairy cows.
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The results showed that vitamin E and/or monensin supplementations did not improve milk fat content and did not minimise the formation of trans-10 FA isomers in the rumen when whole cottonseed was included in the diet as the main source of fatty acids. Expand
Thyroid hormones investigation under heat stress in broilers administered with probiotic (BIO-SAF) and prebiotic (BIO-MOS)
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The results show that heat stress is significantly effective in lowering the T3 and T4 hormones in comparison to control group but consumption of prebiotic and probiotic is posit ively and statistically effective in normalize the thyroid hormones. Expand
Comparison of broiler performance, blood biochemistry, hematology and immune response when feed diets were supplemented with ginger essential oils or mannan-oligosaccharide
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Results showed that higher level of GEO similar to MOS supplementation, improved feed efficiency and immune response, which could meet consumers’ demand for a safe feed additive. Expand
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