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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Gyvūnų mokslai / Animal sciences (A003)
Author(s): Sirvydis, Vytautas;Bobinienė, Rasa;Gudavičiūtė, Diana;Miškinienė, Manefa;Čepulienė, Ramunė;Semaška, Vytautas;Vencius, Danius;Kepalienė, Inga
Title: Influence of the prebiotic feed additive on intestinal microflora and meat quality of poultry
Is part of: World's poultry science journal. XXIII world's poultry congress 2008 [Elektroninis išteklius] : conference proceedings : 30 June to 4 July 2008, Brisbane, Australia. Cambridge : Cambridge univ press, Vol. 64, suppl.2
Extent: p. 1-4
Date: 2008
Abstract: The influence of the prebiotic feed additive (MOS) on the chickens' gut micro flora and the meat quality was investigated. The chickens in both groups were fed with the dry not granulated standard feed of the same composition and the same nutritional value, except the addition of MOS for group 2. This additive was included in the feed premixes for the chickens by 39 days of age. The results showed that the components of the prebiotics helped to maintain the microflora balance of the intestinal tract of poultry, had a positive impact on the growth and the meat quality. The results of chemical analysis of the chickens meat at 39 days of age showed that prebiotics had positive influence on some meat quality parameters -meat contained more dry substances, protein and fat. MOS had a positive effect on the population of "beneficial" bacteria in the intestinal tract of the chickens from the trial group
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Švietimo akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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