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“…In present work, the inclusion of up to 2 ml/kg feed of thyme oils over 2 months did not alter these enzymes activity in trout, indicating thyme oils at up to 2 ml/kg feed can be considered as a safe additive in trout. Similar findings have been illustrated recently by Valladão et al (), who found no significant difference in levels of ALT and AST of tilapia fed thyme oils at 0.1%–1% for 15 days. In contrast, Hoseini and Yousefi () demonstrated thyme extract at 5–20 g/kg feed suppressed AST and ALT levels in rainbow trout during 2 weeks experiment; and Zadmajid and Mohammadi () measured a significant decrease in values of these enzymes in carp ( Carassius auratus gibelio ) with an increasing in dietary thyme oils up to 800 mg/kg feed.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
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“…In present work, the inclusion of up to 2 ml/kg feed of thyme oils over 2 months did not alter these enzymes activity in trout, indicating thyme oils at up to 2 ml/kg feed can be considered as a safe additive in trout. Similar findings have been illustrated recently by Valladão et al (), who found no significant difference in levels of ALT and AST of tilapia fed thyme oils at 0.1%–1% for 15 days. In contrast, Hoseini and Yousefi () demonstrated thyme extract at 5–20 g/kg feed suppressed AST and ALT levels in rainbow trout during 2 weeks experiment; and Zadmajid and Mohammadi () measured a significant decrease in values of these enzymes in carp ( Carassius auratus gibelio ) with an increasing in dietary thyme oils up to 800 mg/kg feed.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…Thus, such a positive effect by thyme on fish growth may in part be due to an improvement of the physiological conditions of fish alimentary tract. This was supported by no difference in the intestinal morphology and gut Bacillus bacteria of tilapia fed thyme oils at up‐to 1% for 15 days (Valladão, Gallani, Kotzent, Assane, & Pilarski, ). However, effect of thyme oils on the digestive gastrointestinal enzymes warranted further research.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 90%
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“…Previous studies have demonstrated that EO from some plants can be used to enhance immunity in fish as well as killing of certain bacteria and parasites of fish (i.e. Acar, Kesbiç, Yılmaz, Gültepe, & Türker, ; Brum et al, ; Brum et al, ; Ngugi, Oyoo‐Okoth, & Muchiri, ; Sutili et al, ; Sutili, Murari, et al, ; Sutili, Velasquez, et al, ; Valladão et al, ; Valladão, Gallani, Kotzent, Assane, & Pilarski, ; Valladão et al, ). However, the usage of EO or their isolated compounds as dietary supplements in fish is still limited in scope and application.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It has been reported that the addition of thymol oil to the rainbow trout diet had a significant reduction in alkaline phosphatase and aspartate transaminase (AST) levels, but alanine transaminase (ALT) level did not exhibit any significant effect (Zargar et al 2019). Valladão et al (2019) clarified that the addition of 1% thyme oil in the Nile tilapia diets increased significantly lymphocytes and leucocytes counts; however, no significant effect was detected in the majority of blood biochemical like total protein, albumin, globulin, and ALT and AST levels. Additionally, liver activities (AST and ALT) were significantly decreased when rainbow trout fed diets supplemented with thyme extracts (10 g kg À1 diet) compared with the control (Hoseini & Yousefi 2018).…”
Section: Hemato-biochemical Indicesmentioning
confidence: 99%