THE SUPPLEMENTATION EFFECT OF FEED WITH SELENIUM, ZINC AND MAGNESIUM ON BIOCHEMICAL SANGUINE PARAMETERS IN LAYING HENS

Published in Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3
Written by Molnar Maria Eugenia, Falcă Constantin, Petruse Cristina

The experiment was conducted on 144 Isa Brown hens, for the duration of a production cycle. The biological material used in the experiment was divided into 4 experimental groups, each group being constituted of 36 hybrid hens. In the experiment we used a structure of mixed supplemented fodder in three experimental variants with selenium, zinc and magnesium. The blood biochemical parameters were determined in the three experimental stages. In the ascending phase of the egg laying curve, proteinemia ranged below the lower limit reference with the hens in the control group and those in the group supplemented with magnesium. In the steady phase proteinemia was in reference values at all experimental variants. In the downward phase although proteinemia was within reference limits, significant differences were confirmed between the control group and the groups supplemented with minerals. In the upward and downward phase of the egg laying curve, enzymatic activity of SGOT was within reference limits in all groups of hens, and in the steady phase, its activity was greatly reduced in the groups of hens supplemented with minerals. In the upward phase SGPT had lower values for all the hens in the experiment. In the downward phase its activity was higher in hens in the control group compared to the groups supplemented with minerals. In the upward and downward phase the enzyme activity of GGT was within normal limits, only in the steady phase it was more intense. ALP showed higher values for all hens in the experiment.

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Molnar M. E., Falcă C., Petruse C. 2012, THE SUPPLEMENTATION EFFECT OF FEED WITH SELENIUM, ZINC AND MAGNESIUM ON BIOCHEMICAL SANGUINE PARAMETERS IN LAYING HENS. Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3, PRINT ISSN 1222-5304, 168-173.


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