Obaid Saleh, R, Jawdat Abdul-Abbas, S, Naji Aziz, S, Ghazi Al-Shawi, S, Yacoob Yousif, A, Ahmed Hamza, T, Khudair Hasan, M, Zwain, K. A, Fakri Mustafa, Y. (1401). Evaluation of the Effect of Peppermint Extract and Probiotics on Biochemical Factors in the Blood of Ascites-Induced Chickens. سامانه مدیریت نشریات علمی, 77(6), 2243-2250. doi: 10.22092/ari.2022.360090.2549
R Obaid Saleh; S Jawdat Abdul-Abbas; S Naji Aziz; S Ghazi Al-Shawi; A Yacoob Yousif; T Ahmed Hamza; M Khudair Hasan; K. A Zwain; Y Fakri Mustafa. "Evaluation of the Effect of Peppermint Extract and Probiotics on Biochemical Factors in the Blood of Ascites-Induced Chickens". سامانه مدیریت نشریات علمی, 77, 6, 1401, 2243-2250. doi: 10.22092/ari.2022.360090.2549
Obaid Saleh, R, Jawdat Abdul-Abbas, S, Naji Aziz, S, Ghazi Al-Shawi, S, Yacoob Yousif, A, Ahmed Hamza, T, Khudair Hasan, M, Zwain, K. A, Fakri Mustafa, Y. (1401). 'Evaluation of the Effect of Peppermint Extract and Probiotics on Biochemical Factors in the Blood of Ascites-Induced Chickens', سامانه مدیریت نشریات علمی, 77(6), pp. 2243-2250. doi: 10.22092/ari.2022.360090.2549
Obaid Saleh, R, Jawdat Abdul-Abbas, S, Naji Aziz, S, Ghazi Al-Shawi, S, Yacoob Yousif, A, Ahmed Hamza, T, Khudair Hasan, M, Zwain, K. A, Fakri Mustafa, Y. Evaluation of the Effect of Peppermint Extract and Probiotics on Biochemical Factors in the Blood of Ascites-Induced Chickens. سامانه مدیریت نشریات علمی, 1401; 77(6): 2243-2250. doi: 10.22092/ari.2022.360090.2549
Evaluation of the Effect of Peppermint Extract and Probiotics on Biochemical Factors in the Blood of Ascites-Induced Chickens
3Animal Production Department, Agriculture College, Basrah University, Basrah 00964, Iraq
4Medical Laboratory Techniques Department, Al-Mustaqbal University College, Babylon, Iraq
5Al-Manara College of Medical sciences, Department of Pharmacy, Missan, Iraq
6College of Nursing, Altoosi University College, Najaf, Iraq
7The Islamic University, Najaf, Iraq
8Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, College of Pharmacy, University of Mosul, Mosul-41001, Iraq
Ascites syndrome occurs in growing broiler chickens in all parts of the world, which is one of the important causes of losses in many flocks, and its prevalence has been seen mostly in meat herds. The most important factor in the occurrence of ascites syndrome is the lack of oxygen in body tissues (hypoxia). Increasing the growth rate requires increasing the volume of blood flowing in the body to deliver nutrients to the organs and expel gases and metabolic products. Therefore, this experiment was conducted to compare the effect of peppermint extract and probiotics on the biochemical factors of the blood of chickens caused by ascites. The treatments were divided into 8 groups of 7 male chickens with 3 repetitions in each group at 21 days. The experimental treatments included control and treatments of peppermint, probiotic, peppermint and probiotic, induced ascites, induced ascites and peppermint, induced ascites and probiotics, induced ascites and peppermint and probiotics. At the end of 42 days, the blood factors of uric acid, triglyceride, glucose, cholesterol, ALT, ALP, and AST were measured by blood sampling. The experimental treatments significantly affected the investigated traits (P<0.05). Considering that in the treatment of induced ascites+ peppermint compared to the treatment of induced ascites, weight gain was significant, and in the blood factors of cholesterol, triglyceride, uric acid, glucose, and functional liver enzymes including ALT, AST, ALP recorded a significant decrease. Therefore, the effectiveness of peppermint extract in improving induced ascites in chickens was determined. Peppermint extract had a positive effect on induced ascites and improved the performance indicators of broiler chickens, and this extract can be used as a preventive of ascites.
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