THE EEFFECT OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENT CORIANDER SEED ON FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF LIVER IN JAPONESE QUAIL

Article Id: ARCC190 | Page : 533-537
Citation :- THE EEFFECT OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENT CORIANDER SEED ON FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF LIVER IN JAPONESE QUAIL.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2013.(47):533-537
Osman nihat ertas ertasfu@yahoo.com
Address : Department of Plant and Animal Production, Fýrat University-Sivrice Vocational School, 23119 Elazýð, Turkey

Abstract

Experiments were conducted to evaluated the effect of dieatary supplemented coriender seed on fatty acid composition of liver in quails. Four hundered ninety, 3 day-old Japanase quails were randomly divided into five trial groups of 98 birds (49 males and 49 females) in each group according to diets, In control group (Group V), the birds were fed with a basal diet (24% crude proteins and 2900 Kcal metabolisable energy/kg. Four different levels of coriander seeds 0.5 % (Group I), 1% (Group II), 2%(Group III) and 4%(Group IV) were added to the basal diets. Fatty acid profiles for liver were altered by adding coriander seeds in diets. Supplementation of coriander seeds to quails diets resulted in a significant (P

Keywords

Coriander sativum Fatty acids Japanase quail Liver.

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