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Investigation of the effect of three medicinal plants on chicken Eimeria tenella coccidiosis

By: Hervé Brice Dakpogan, Razaki Adiho Ossè, Sabbas Attindehou, Luc Hippolyte Dossa, Frédéric Houndonougbo, Armand Bienvenu Gbangboche, Guy Apollinaire Mensah, Saïdou Salifou

Key Words: Combretum micranthum, Morinda lucida, Paullinia pinnata, Oocysts, Benin.

Int. J. Biosci. 15(4), 15-22, October 2019.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/15.4.15-22

Certification: ijb 2019 0196 [Generate Certificate]

Abstract

Resistance of some coccidia strains to conventional anticoccidial products and the presence of anticoccidial drug residues in poultry products, detrimental to consumer health have led to the search for alternative means of controlling coccidiosis. The aim of the current study was to evaluate the effect of leaf extract of Morinda lucida, Combretum micranthum and Paullinia pinnata on Eimeria tenella experimental coccidiosis in a completely randomized design. There were five experimental groups: Morinda lucida, Combretum micranthum, Paullinia pinnata, amprolium treated chicks group and finally the infected untreated control chicks group. Body weight gain, feed conversion ratio, lesion score, proportion of bloody droppings, survivability, morbidity and oocyst excretion were evaluated. The results demonstrated the efficacy of Morinda lucida on Eimeria tenella coccidiosis comparable to that of amprolium, the conventional anticoccidial product, in terms of improved feed conversion ratio, total absence of bloody droppings, and reduction of oocyst excretion with a reduction rate of 81% compared to the untreated infected control group. Morinda lucida is followed in its effectiveness by Combretum micranthum in a lesser extent. Morinda lucida has proven effective in chicken coccidiosis controlling. However, investigations are needed to determine the appropriate dose, the appropriate extraction method, the parts of the plant with better anticoccidial activity, and the adequate mode of utilization, curative or preventive.

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Hervé Brice Dakpogan, Razaki Adiho Ossè, Sabbas Attindehou, Luc Hippolyte Dossa, Frédéric Houndonougbo, Armand Bienvenu Gbangboche, Guy Apollinaire Mensah, Saïdou Salifou.
Investigation of the effect of three medicinal plants on chicken Eimeria tenella coccidiosis.
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