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2022, № 99

UDC: 636.5:577.1:591.25
GSNTI: 68.39.15

Сomparative assessment of the effect of biologically active drugs on the elemental status in the body of broiler chickens

In order to identify interelement relationships in various biosubstrates of broiler chickens, a correlation analysis was carried out when using multidirectional preparations of Tsamax (50 g/kg of feed), Vetom (1.5 g/kg of feed) and Arbocel (1 g/kg of feed) in the diet of broiler chickens of the Arbor-Aikres cross leads to a change in the exchange of chemical elements in the body. When the exchange energy in the body of chickens changes, the pool of chemical elements changes. Introduction of the mineral supplement Tsamax into the diet corrects the diet by Co, Si, Al, Li. Probiotic Vetom changes the content of Fe, Cu, B, Li, Se, Si, I, Li, Si. Arbocel dietary fibers normalize the content of Se, B, Mn, V, P, Ca. Correlation analysis of the links between chemical elements and indicators of metabolism revealed the elements indicators of metabolic processes, which can be used to judge the lack or excess of the accumulation of Si, Fe, Zn in the blood serum, Ca, Mg, Cr in the body of a bird.
Keywords: Сhemical elements, metabolism, broiler chickens, trace elements, macronutrients, feeding, body composition, blood.
DOI: 10.21515/1999-1703-99-226-230


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  1. Grechkina Viktoriya Vladimirovna, PhD in Biology, assistant professor, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Orenburg State Agrarian University"; Federal Scientific Center of Biological Systems and Agrotechnologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
  2. Sheida Elena Vladimirovna, PhD in Biology, research associate, Federal Scientific Center of Biological Systems and Agrotechnologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
  3. Lebedev Svyatoslav Valerievich, DSc in Biology, leading researcher, Federal Scientific Center of Biological Systems and Agrotechnologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
  4. Petrusha Yuri Konstantinovich, postgraduate student, junior researcher, Federal Scientific Center of Biological Systems and Agrotechnologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.