Effects of Plantago major extract on serum levels of antioxidant vitamins and minerals in broiler 

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.B-855    | Article Id: B-855 | Page : 1661-1663
Citation :- Effects of Plantago major extract on serum levels of antioxidant vitamins and minerals in broiler.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2018.(52):1661-1663
S. Dede, N.T. Bingol, D. Kilicalp Kilinc, Y. Deger, Ý.H. Yoruk, P. Tanritanir Ekici, and MA. Karsli sdede@yyu.edu.tr
Address : Biochemistry Department Veterinary Medicine Faculty, Van Yuzuncu Yil University, Van, Turkey.
Submitted Date : 3-11-2017
Accepted Date : 8-04-2018

Abstract

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of Plantago major liquid extract on serum antioxidant vitamin and mineral concentrations of broiler. The experiment consisted of the control and 2 treatment groups, composed of 28 Ross 308 broiler chicks (Total, 84). A basal (control) diet was formulated. P. Major was added to the control diet as following: PM1 (5 g/kg feed), PM2 (10 g/kg feed). The chicks were feed for 42 days ad libitum. The serum micronutrients (Retinol, á-tocopherol, vitamin D, calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, and zinc) levels were determined. The retinol, á-tocopherol, Fe, Mg, Mn levels were not affected, and the Zn levels decreased in the PM1 and PM2. The supplementation of P. major has affected the serum vitamin D and Zn levels for this study, and should be analyzed for the alterations on the metabolism in subsequent studies.

Keywords

Broiler Diet Micronutrients Plantago major.

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