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Effect of different levels of dietary sweet orange ( C itrus sinensis ) peel extract on humoral immune system responses in broiler chickens

This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of different levels of sweet orange () peel extract () on humoral immune system responses in broiler chickens. Three hundred 1‐day broilers (oss‐308) were randomly allocated to treatments varying in supplemental added in the drinking water. The e... Full description

Journal Title: Animal Science Journal January 2015, Vol.86(1), pp.105-110
Main Author: Pourhossein, Zohreh
Other Authors: Qotbi, Ali Ahmad Alaw , Seidavi, Alireza , Laudadio, Vito , Centoducati, Gerardo , Tufarelli, Vincenzo
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ID: ISSN: 1344-3941 ; E-ISSN: 1740-0929 ; DOI: 10.1111/asj.12250
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title: Effect of different levels of dietary sweet orange ( C itrus sinensis ) peel extract on humoral immune system responses in broiler chickens
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  • Pourhossein, Zohreh
  • Qotbi, Ali Ahmad Alaw
  • Seidavi, Alireza
  • Laudadio, Vito
  • Centoducati, Gerardo
  • Tufarelli, Vincenzo
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  • Broiler
  • Citrus Sinensis
  • Immune System
  • Peel Extract
ispartof: Animal Science Journal, January 2015, Vol.86(1), pp.105-110
description: This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of different levels of sweet orange () peel extract () on humoral immune system responses in broiler chickens. Three hundred 1‐day broilers (oss‐308) were randomly allocated to treatments varying in supplemental added in the drinking water. The experimental groups consisted of three treatments fed for 42 days as follows: a control treatment without feed extract, a treatment containing 1000 ppm of and a treatment containing 1250 ppm of . All treatments were isocaloric and isonitrogenous. Broilers were vaccinated with ewcastle disease virus (), avian influenza (), infectious bursal disease () and infectious bronchitis virus () vaccines. Antibody titer response to sheep red blood cells () was higher in the group fed 1250 ppm of ( 
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abstractThis experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of different levels of sweet orange () peel extract () on humoral immune system responses in broiler chickens. Three hundred 1‐day broilers (oss‐308) were randomly allocated to treatments varying in supplemental added in the drinking water. The experimental groups consisted of three treatments fed for 42 days as follows: a control treatment without feed extract, a treatment containing 1000 ppm of and a treatment containing 1250 ppm of . All treatments were isocaloric and isonitrogenous. Broilers were vaccinated with ewcastle disease virus (), avian influenza (), infectious bursal disease () and infectious bronchitis virus () vaccines. Antibody titer response to sheep red blood cells () was higher in the group fed 1250 ppm of ( < 0.05) as well as for immunoglobulin G () and . Similarly, antibody titer responses to all vaccines were constantly elevated ( < 0.05) by enrichment in a dose‐dependent manner. Relative weights of spleen and bursa of Fabricius were unaffected by treatments. Dietary supplementation may improve the immune response and diseases resistance, indicating that it can constitute a useful additive in broiler feeding. Thus, supplying in rations may help to improve relative immune response in broiler chickens.
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