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Dietary selenium requirement of triploid rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) based on selenium yeast supplementation

Using a Seyeast supplement, the present study sought to determine the dietary Se requirement of triploid rainbow trout. Compared to the fish fed Se16. 0 and Se0 diets, the fish fed on Se4. 0 diet resulted in significant weight gain and reduced oxidative stress. Based on broken-line regression of growth results, the optimal dietary Se requirement for triploid rainbow trout was 3. 53 mg/kg. In conclusion, based on failed-line growth success and sigmoidal decrease in selenoprotein gene expression in muscle and liver, the primary need of triploid rainbow trout was 3. 53, 2. 19, and 1. 28 mg/kg respectively, based on a broken-line regression and sigmoidal decrease in selenoprotein gene expression in muscle and liver.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/are.15844


Dietary supplementations modulate the physiological parameters, fatty acids profile and the growth of red claw crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus)

Cherax quadricarinatus growth for a period of 70 days was monitored by using an orthogonal array method in two replicate groups of 20 crayfish/tank fed with a base diet and sixteen experimental diets that contained five feed additives with four grade grades on physiological parameters, fatty acids profile, and growth of Cherax quadricarinatus. In the hepatopancreas of crayfish supplementation compared to those on a control diet, there were also significant non-specific immune parameters. Compared to the control group, Vit E, NT, H. pluvialis, and YP in the hepatopancreas, muscle, and ovary of RCcrayfish was significantly influenced by the use of a combination of Vit E, NT, H. pluvialis, and YP in the hepatopancreas, muscle, and ovary of RCcrayfish's ovary was significantly changed the Fatty acid composition in the compared to the control group's, NT, H. pluvialis, cyano oxide physiocray vy, muscle, cyano e graft physiosol, graft graft, muscle, graft, phosphate, cle, oxide, hepato s, muscle, and ovary, RC-crayfish's, muscle, and o, HC's, granulit, muscle, and RC-cray Compared to all treatments, RC crayfish were fed on NO, a NO.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpn.13704


Effects of dietary supplementation of N‐carbamylglutamate on the haematology parameters, secondary sexual characteristics and testicular gene expression in roosters

A total of 288 11-week-age roosters were used to determine the effects of dietary supplementation of Ncarbamylglutamate on reproductive characteristics and testicular gene expression. All birds were randomly assigned to 4 treatments, with six replicates per treatment and 12 birds per replicate. Positive results were obtained on the seminiferous tubule parameters, serum gonadotropin production hormone, testosterone level, and secondary sexual characteristics, as shown by dietary supplementation. In summary, dietary supplementation of NCG had positive effects on roosters' reproductive characteristics. NCG supplementation enhanced the reproductive characteristics of roosters by regulating the expression of genes in testicular tissues, thus increasing the synthesis of reproductive hormones in vivo.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpn.13714


The effect of dietary coenzyme Q10 supplementation on egg quality and liver histopathology of layer quails under cadmium challenge

This research was carried out to see if dietary supplementation of coenzyme Q10 might reduce the negative effects of cadmium administration on egg quality and liver histopathology. A total of 162 six-week-old laying Japanese quail was randomly divided into three experimental groups. Positive control : feeding basal diet; positive control : feeding basal diet and Cd administration; and CdQ10: feeding basal diet supplemented with CoQ10 and Cd administration. Both egg production and egg mass dropped by the Cadmium administration in the CdQ10, but CoQ10 supplementation partially offset these adverse effects of Cd injection in the CdQ10 relative to the PC group. In comparison to both NC and CdQ10 quail quails, Cadmium reduced eggshell thickness and Haugh unit in PC quail.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpn.13715


Supplementation of sulfur and folic acid improves performance of broiler chicken fed suboptimal concentrations of dietary methionine

Diet without FA and S was thought to be in danger of negative control. Each day, from day 1 to 42, ten pens of 20 male chicks each, was sold.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jsfa.11920


Dietary Artemisia, Artemisia annua, supplementation improves common carp welfare under high stocking density

Supplementation of Dietary with medicinal plant is widely used as a promising technique in this field. According to the present research, the current research looked at the benefits of dietary Artemisia annua's supplementation on growth growth, stress, antioxidant, and immunological responses of common carp, Cyprinus carpio, which had been held at a high stocking density for 70 days. Dietological, antioxidant, and immunological parameters are not able to restore growth retardation of common carp under high stocking density, according to the study; however, dietary Artemisia supplementation can offset the adverse effects of high stocking density on haematological, antioxidant, and immunological parameters. For carp feed formulation, a g/kg supplementation is recommended.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/are.15855


Dietary supplementation of Probiotic Enterococcus faecium improve resistance in Arapaima gigas against Aeromonas hydrophila

Both experiments were conducted: the first assay determined the lethality of A. hydrophila, the second and third assay evaluated the fish supplemented to A. hydrophila lethal dose 30% and lethal dose 100% respectively. In addition, fish submitted to probiotic supplementation in the third experiment revealed a decrease in mortality of 75% compared to the control and fish fed with probiotic diets at 108 CFU g1-01 not shown any clinical signs. For these reasons, Arapaima gigas juveniles who were previously exposed to probiotic supplementation with E. faecium showed improved physiological and immunological responses, as well as increased resistance to A. hydrophila infection.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/are.15852


Cajeput Melaleuca cajuputi extract supplementation in diets of Macrobrachium rosenbergii: Insight on the growth, immunological responses and resistance against Aeromonas hydrophila

So, the aim of this study was to determine the effects of Cajeput Melaleuca leaf extract on the growth of the prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii against Aeromonas hydrophila. At 15. 0 g/kg, M. rosenbergii fed with MCLE supplementation saw a significant rise in growth and resiliency. In the M. rosenbergii diets that were not included in MCLE, the total haemocyte count, hyaline cells, and granular cells were also increased. The highest clearance efficiency was achieved in the prawn-based 15. 0 g/kg MCLE based diet after 96 h post injection when challenged the prime minister M. rosenbergii with sub-lethal doses of A. hydrophila. These results reveal that MCLE supplementation may have the ability to enhance growth, immune responses of M. rosenbergii, and their resistance to A. hydrophila.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/are.15851


Dietary supplementation of fish protein hydrolysate improves growth, feed efficiency and immune response in freshwater carnivore fish, Channa striata fingerlings

The effects of dietary fish protein hydrolysate on growth, digestive enzyme activity, immune response, and antioxidant status of striped murrels, Channa striata were investigated. In the FPH5 group, the antioxidant enzyme catalase was lower than in other treatment groups. When compared to baseline, FPH5, and FPH15, the fish fed FPH10 produced significant serum lysozyme and myeloperoxidase. Based on the results of growth development and immune response, it can be concluded that FPH at 10% can be appropriate in the diet of striped murl fingerlings.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/are.15848


Effect of dietary n‐3 fatty acid and rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) supplementation on semen quality, sperm fatty acids and reproductive performance of aged male broiler breeders

The aim of this research was to determine the effects of dietary fish oil and rooooibos supplementation on semen quality, fatty acids composition, and reproductive success of senior male broiler breeders. The fertility rate of collected eggs from the FO and 3. 3 percent rooibos group was higher than 3% roobos group.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpn.13705

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