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Lourdes de las Heras Alegret - 14/06/2016

Use of natural additive intestinal regenerator VS Use of antibiotic growth promoter in broilers

The gastrointestinal tract of a bird is a specialized tube that begins at the peak and ends in the sewer. Its primary function is the conversion and digestion of food. The intestine is divided into 5 regions: gut, proventriculus, gizzard, small...


Veterinaria Digital - 23/11/2012

Antioxidants and Free Radicals

First we will detail in this article the concepts of free radicals at the cellular and biochemical, and the effects caused in animals which require the use of antioxidants in the diet to avoid these problems at the production level, and in the case...


Plantas naturales - 20/11/2012

Antioxidants and productive competitiveness.

What makes them is an uncontrolled increase pathogenic, ie an internal organic loss of balance or homeostasis. One system is faster immune affected. Pathological and ineffectiveness of vaccination plans are the main consequences.


Plantas naturales - 20/09/2012

Role of antioxidants in animal nutrition

In the last blog we saw that an antioxidant is a molecule capable of slowing or preventing the oxidation of other molecules. But, why is necessary to prevent oxidation? So basically because the oxidation reactions can produce free radicals which...


Veterinaria Digital - 10/09/2012

Animal nutrition and the use of antioxidants in the feed

An antioxidant is a molecule capable of slowing or preventing the oxidation of other molecules. The oxidation is a chemical reaction of electron transfer of a substance to an oxidizing agent. Oxidation reactions can produce free radicals, which...


Dr. Enzo RodrĂ­guez - 28/01/2011

Pronutrients and Digestive Tract in Broilers

Chickens at the time of hatching, all systems are complete from the anatomical point of view, but from the standpoint of histological and functional, many of these systems are immature and should finish ripening at different life stages. These...


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