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Iranian Journal of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Effect of different levels of on medicinal plant seed Securigera securidaca on growth performance and lipogenesis process in broiler chickens


 submission: 03/05/2020 | acception: 26/08/2020 | publication: 23/09/2021

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Behnam Ahmadipour1*, Vahid Habibi2, Fariborz Khajali3, Hossein Hassanpour4

1-Shahrekord University،ahmadipour@sku.ac.ir

2-Shahrekord University،habibivahid23@yahoo.com

3-Shahrekord University،khajali@gmail.com

4-Shahrekord University،hassanpourh@yahoo.com



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Abstract

In this study, the effect of Securigera securidaca (Securigera S.) seed powders on growth performance, relative weight of some organs, serum and blood parameters, expression of Acetyl-CoA carboxylase (ACC) and Fatty acid synthase (FAS) genes in the liver and antihyperlipidemic properties of this seed in feeding broilers were investigated. A total of ۲۰۰ day-old broilers (Ross۳۰۸) were used in a completely randomized design with ۵ treatments, ۴ repetitions (۱۰ pieces per pen) for ۴۲ days. The experimental diets included a control group (without Securigera S. seed powder) with four levels of ۲.۵, ۵, ۷.۵ and ۱۰ g/kg of Securigera S. seeds. The results showed that the dietary inclusion of Securigera S. improvement in body weight gain and reduced feed conversion ratio (P <۰.۰۵). It also showed a significant increase in carcass and thigh efficiency and a significant decrease in liver and abdominal fat efficiency (P <۰.۰۵). In treatments containing ۷.۵ and ۱۰ g of Securigera S. seeds, the concentration of malondialdehyde, triglyceride and LDL decreased significantly compared to the control group (P <۰.۰۵) Treatments containing ۱۰ g of Securigera S. showed a significant decrease in the expression of ACC and FAS genes compared to control treatment (P <۰.۰۵). In general, it can be concluded that feeding Securigera S. seeds in broilers increases the antioxidant capacity and reduces the process of lipogenesis, which depends on the presence of bioactive compounds in this seed.




Keywords

Chicken  Securigera securidaca seed  Performance  lipogenesis  Antioxidant. 



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