2017
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Abstract: KeywordsGrowth performance, Japanese quails, native lactobacilli, serum biochemical parameters. ABStRACtThe objective of the present study was to evaluate the probiotic effects of different concentrations of four selected native Lactobacillus strains on the growth performance and serum biochemical parameters of Japanese quails. A completely randomized design (CRD) was applied, including seven probiotic treatments with four replicates of 20 quails each, totaling 560 quails. Treatments were applied for five we… Show more

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“…The result of the present study concurs with that of Siadati et al , [ 12 ] who observed that probiotic supplementation increased the plasma protein and improved the growth performance in Japanese Quail. However, the results of the present study did not agree with findings of Li et al .…”
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“…The results of the present study concur with the findings of Siadati et al . [ 12 ], Ashayerizadeh et al . [ 16 ], and Iqramu et al .…”
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“…Again the addition of differing DFM products had no effect on the MCHC of pigs at different stages of growth ( Petrovič et al, 2009 ; Kunavue and Lien, 2012 ). On the contrary, the higher MCH and MCHC levels recorded in this study when compared with the normal physiological ranges is in consonance with a study by Siadati et al (2017) who reported high MCHC in Japanese quails following probiotic supplementation.…”
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“…In our previous in vitro studies, L. plantarum (Julendra et al, 2017) or S. cerevisiae (Istiqomah et al, 2018) as probiotics had been shown to possess cholesterol-lowering activity. The positive impact of probiotics on the performance of the laying quail was previously reported by several studies (Hosseini, 2011;Guclu, 2011;Manafi et al, 2016;Siadati et al, 2018). Kalsum et al (2012) reported that administration of L. fermentum did not influence egg quality parameters and egg weight, but significantly improved total egg production and lowered cholesterol content in egg yolk.…”
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“…Manafi et al (2016) stated that the dietary addition of B. subtilis and BMD increased egg production and egg weight. Siadati et al (2018) reported that administration of native Lactobacillus strains (50 g/ton) had no significant effect on egg weight and feed intake, whereas improved feed conversion ratio (FCR), egg production, and egg mass during the laying period. Supplementation of probiotic-enzyme did not effect on the body weight gain, egg mass, feed intake, feed conversion, cracked egg yield, specific gravity and shell strength (Olgun and Yıldız, 2014).…”
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