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Probiotics in poultry feed: A comprehensive review.
The use of antibiotics to maintain animal well-being, promote growth and improve efficiency has been practised for more than 50 years. However, as early as the 1950s, researchers identified concern
Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Biological Curcumin Nanoparticles on Growth and Carcass Traits, Antioxidant Status, Immunity and Caecal Microbiota of Japanese Quails
Simple Summary Nanoparticles such as nano-curcumin are easier to pass through cell membranes in organisms and interact rapidly with biological systems. Therefore, using nano-curcumin is one of the
Improvement of Growth and Yield of Pea Plants Using Integrated Fertilization Management
The highest values of the most studied parameters were recorded in combination between biofertilizers with foliar application of micronutrients and yeast extract.
Antimicrobial and antioxidant properties of chitosan and its derivatives and their applications: A review.
The antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of chitosan and its derivatives, including wound healing products, wastewater treatment, and cosmetics, have been highlighted and the impacts of ch itosan on physicochemical parameters like molecular weight and deacetylation degree on its bioactivities are identified.
Impacts of Green Coffee Powder Supplementation on Growth Performance, Carcass Characteristics, Blood Indices, Meat Quality and Gut Microbial Load in Broilers
In unsexed broiler chickens, green coffee powder at level of 2.5 g/kg improved the live body weight and feed conversion ratio and decreased the pathogenic bacterial count in the gut.
The functionality of probiotics in aquaculture: An overview.
This review provides updated information regarding definitions, sources of bacterial probiotics, probiotic use in fish diets against pathogenic bacteria, mechanisms of action, beneficial aspects, and potential applications of probiotics in fish.
Use of lemongrass essential oil as a feed additive in quail's nutrition: its effect on growth, carcass, blood biochemistry, antioxidant and immunological indices, digestive enzymes and intestinal
Dietary supplementation of LGEO can improve the performance, lipid profile, immunity and antioxidant indices and decline intestinal pathogens and thus boost the health status of growing quail.
Nutritional, antimicrobial and medicinal properties of Camel’s milk: A review
The hydrolysis of camel’s milk proteins leads to the formation of bioactive peptides, which affect major organ systems of the body and impart physiological functions to these systems, including tuberculosis, asthma, gastrointestinal diseases, and jaundice.
Bioactive peptides supplemented raw buffalo milk: Biological activity, shelf life and quality properties during cold preservation
The added peptides have considerable antioxidant and antimicrobial activity and M-PSP has extended shelf-life and good quality properties.
Using essential oils to overcome bacterial biofilm formation and their antimicrobial resistance
There is a need to investigate EOs’ potential, particularly for surface disinfection, and against bacteria from food, clinical and non-clinical environments, and if EOs are successful against biofilm formation, they could be incorporated into new antimicrobials.