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IMMUNOBIOLOGICAL STATE RABBITS UNDER DRINKING WATER SLURRY CHLORELLA, SODIUM SULFATE, CHLORIDE AND CITRATE CHROMIUM

Ya. V. Lesyk, R. S. Fedoryk, I.I.Kovalchyk, O. P. Dolaychyk

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Institute of Animal Biology NAAS, Lviv 79034, st. Stus 38, Ukraine

The aim of the study was to examine the impact of the suspension chlorella, sodium sulfate, chloride and chromium citrate on the activity of the immune system of the body of rabbits and the intensity of their growth. Studied the content of glycoprotein’s and their individual carbohydrate components, the concentration of circulating immune complexes, high molecular weight, the phagocytes activity of neutrophils, phagocytes index, phagocytes number lizotsym and bactericidal activity in blood serum of rabbits for introduction in the diet chlorella suspension, sodium sulphate, citrate and chromium chloride . Research carried out on young rabbits between 50 and 122 days old, divided into five groups. Rabbits fed control group compound granular feed with free access to water. Rabbits and research groups to the main diet of water received 5080 ml suspension chlorella. Animals II experimental group consumed foods diet similar and the experimental group with the introduction of the water additive sodium sulphate in an amount of 150170 mg S/animal/day. Cubs rabbits III experimental group received a diet of Group II with extra drinking water than chlorella and sodium sulphate, chromium chloride, in an amount of 2835 mg Cr/animal/day. Crawley fourth experimental group fed with feed and water drink similar group II with the introduction of the water in the amount of chromium citrate 812 mg Cr (III)/animal/day obtained by using nanotechnology. Research has established that the blood of rabbits II, III and IV research groups additionally consumed in the diet sodium sulphate, chloride and citrate chromium content of glycoprotein’s and their carbohydrate components was significantly higher during the 62 days of the study compared with the control group. Introduction to the diet of rabbits III and IV groups mineral supplements led to high immunological reactivity of their body with an increase in blood levels of circulating immune complexes, phagocyte activity of neutrophils, lizotsym and bactericidal activity compared with animals II experimental and control groups.

 

 

 

Key words: RABBITS, CHROME, GLYCOPROTEINS, PHAGOCYTIC ACTIVITY OF NEUTROPHILS, LIZOTSYM AND BACTERICIDAL ACTIVITY OF SERUM, CIRCULATING IMMUNE COMPLEXES

 

 

 

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