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dc.contributor.advisorSabalionytė, Ramunė-
dc.contributor.advisorBobinienė, Rasa-
dc.contributor.authorGudiškytė, Loreta-
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this study was to investigate the impact of Biomin P.E.P. – 1000 on the total quantity of lipids and triglycerides in blood serum of broiler chickens, also to analyze the impact of the preparation on the dynamics of growth and meat qaulity of birds. The results of our study show taht under the influence of phytogenic preparation Biomin P.E.P. – 1000 the content of total lipids and trigycerides in the blood serum of the broiler chickens at the age of 21 days increased, respectively, by 1,93 – 4,73 g/l and 0,22 – 1,07 mmol/l as compared to the control group. At the age of 42 days it increased: lipids by 0,82 – 1,61 g/l and triglycerides by 0,3 – 0,83 mmol/l as compared to the control group. In the influensce of this preparation the weight of broiler chickens increased by 9,92 – 10,62 % as compared to the control group. The testing of meat chemical composition showed positive influence of Biomin P.E.P. – on the quality of broiler chicken
dc.description.sponsorshipŠvietimo akademijalt
dc.description.sponsorshipVytauto Didžiojo universitetaslt
dc.format.extent69 p.-
dc.subjectlipid metabolismlt
dc.subjectfitogeniniai preparatailt
dc.subjectbroiler chickenslt
dc.subjectviščiukai broileriailt
dc.subjectphytogenic preparationlt
dc.subjectlipidų apykaitalt
dc.subject.otherBiologija / Biology (N010)-
dc.titleFitogeninio preparato Biomin P.E.P. - 1000 įtaka paukščių lipidų apykaitailt
dc.title.alternativeInfluence of phytogenic preparation Biomin P.E.P. - on lipid metabolism in the organism of birdsen
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