Effects of electron beam irradiated soybean meal and corn on blood lipid profile in broiler breeder

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Effects of electron beam irradiated soybean meal and corn on blood lipid profile in broiler breeder

Samad Zamanzad Ghavidel, Kambiz Nazer Adl, Parvin Shawrang, Yahya Ebrahim Nejhad, Abbas Majd Abadi
Int. J. Biosci.3( 1), 43-48, January 2013.
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The main purpose of current study was to determine effect of Electron Beam Irradiation (EBI) on nutritional value of corn and soybean meal on blood lipid profile in broiler breeder. Sixteen Rosters and 80 Hen Ross 308 (46-week-age) with in average BW 5.71 and 4.65, respectively, were randomly distributed into 4 treatment group (4 repeated cage for each treatment) and received experimental diets (at 0, 30, 40 and50 KGy levels) as NRC requirement needs. At the end of study from each repeated cages 2 hens selected randomly and 5cc blood sample was taken from wing vain using disposable syringe. Blood samples were centrifuged at 5000 rpm for 10 minute and plasma was separated and stored at -20 ºc until used. Triglyceride, Cholesterol, HDL and LDL levels were determined by calorimetric method. According to the results, there was no significant difference in Triglyceride, Cholesterol, HDL and LDL levels among treatment birds compare to control group (P=<0.05).


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