2015
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Abstract: Present study was conducted to investigate the effects of the dietary supplementation of coriander oil on broiler performance, blood characteristics, microbiota, and small intestine morphology measurements. A number of one-day-old broiler chickens (Ross 308) were allocated to five treatments, with four replicates according to a completely randomized design (CRD). Birds were offered either a cornsoybean meal basal diet (control), or the basal diet supplemented with 600

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“…In addition, Park et al (2014), using extracts from three plants, Saposhnikovia divaricata, Lonicera japonica, and Chelidonium majus, found increases in white blood cells, red blood cells, lymphocytes, hemoglobin, and hematocrit. Likewise, other studies found blood parameter effects following treatment with OEO, anise, and powered peel citrus (Hong et al, 2012), extracts from Mentha spicata (Nanekarani et al, 2012), medicinal plants (Cuminum cyminum, Mentha piperita, Achillea millefolium, Teucrium polium (Sharifi et al, 2013), and coriander essential oil (Ghazanfari et al, 2015). In constrast, found no effect on blood biometric parameters with 0.40 g of OEO/kg of diet; however, those studies did obtain slightly increased levels of white blood cells, erythrocytes, and hemoglobin.…”
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“…A number of researchers have evaluated performance and meat quality of broilers given plant extracts (Akbarian et al, 2013;Sharifi et al, 2013;Cho et al, 2014;Park et al, 2014;Starčević et al, 2015) and OEO (Hong et al, 2012;Khattak et al, 2014;Kırkpınar et al, 2014;Küçükyılmaz et al, 2014;Ghazi et al, 2015;Silva-Vázquez et al, 2015;Sun et al, 2015;Ghazanfari et al, 2015;Hashemipour et al, 2016;Peng et al, 2016;Reyer et al 2017;Chowdhury et al, 2018), demonstrating their influence on feed intake, growth enhancement, blood parameters, and meat quality. Silva-Vazquez et al (2017) indicated that Greek (Origanum vulgare L. ssp.…”
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“…The highest mortality rate was recorded in the control group (6.67%), followed by treatment group G2 (3.33%). The increase in body weight associated with dietary supplementation of coriander essential oils in broiler diets may be attributed to the presence of Linalool, due to its emerging therapeutic benefits (Serhat & Muzaffer, ) which enhance the general health status and promotion of intestinal mucosa parameters, such as villus height and crypt depth, as well as reductions in goblet cell numbers and epithelial thickness, which enhance nutrient absorption (Ghazanfari et al, ). In general, the lowered mortality and improved productivity may be attributed to the antimicrobial growth promoters (AGPs) effect (microbiome and immune‐modulating activities) of many phytogenic feed additives (such as coriander ) which led to decreasing the colonization of the pathogenic bacteria or its number in gastrointestinal tract (GIT), such as some species of salmonella and Escherichia coli counts , (Ghazanfari et al, ) in addition to Necrotic Enteritis and Clostridium perfringens i n Chickens (Diaz Carrasco et al, ), which further leads to reduce microbial toxic metabolites in the gut.…”
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“…Moreover, it was reported that coriander consumption plays a role in reducing lipid biosynthesis and protects against carcinogenic effects of some types of lipids (Lee et al, 2003). Coriander could also be used as a growth promoter and to improve intestinal health (Ghazanfari et al, 2015). Although some reports suggest that many herbs and spices or their extracts had positive effects on poultry nutrition, others did not find clear evidence of positive effects (Windisch, Schedule, Plitzner, & Kroismayr, 2008) or found no effects of herbs and spices on growth performance parameters (Ocak et al, 2008).…”
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“…Modern poultry production has been developed efficiently and economically to gain premium and sound chicken meat, eggs and its by-products (Ghazanfari et al, 2015). In this regard, chemical feed additives, antimicrobial growth promoters (AGP), have been induced to improve productivity and quality of meat production animals (Rehman and Munir, 2015).…”
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