THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING DIНYDROQUERCETIN (TAXIFOLIN) IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, POULTRY AND APICULTURE FOR PREVENTION OF METABOLIC DISORDERS, HIGHER ANTIOXIDATIVE CAPACITY, BETTER RESISTENCE AND REALISATION OF A PRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL OF ORGANISM
Published: 6 Jun 2016
Abstract: The effectiveness of using dihydroquercetin (taxifolin) in feeding cattle, pigs, broilers, hens and bees as a regulator of biological processes in organism in conditions and under impact of technological and environment stress-factors, including pollution by heavy metals (Cd, Pl, Zn, Cu) and radionuclides (90Sr, 137Cs) was studied. Dihydroquercetin is a natural etalon antioxidant with wide spectrum of biological properties, basic of them beeing capillary protection with improving blood microcirculation, protection of cells membrane in organs and tissues from destruction by lipids oxidation, support and biocorrection of metabolic health. The introduction of dihydroquercetin in the ration of dairy caws in periparturient period prevented ketosis, improved functional capacity of liver, reproductive ability and herd safety. When using in rations of growing and fattening pigs in extremal environment of high temperature and smog conditions the use of dihydroquercetin prevented lipids oxidation and increased viability of organism that reflected positively on daily gains and safety of pigs. Also positive results were achieved in the application of dihydroquercetin in growing broilers and hens. In beekeeping the use of dihydroquercetin increased reproduction ability of queen bee.
Keywords: dihydroquercetin (taxifolin), cattle, pigs, broilers, hens, bees, environment stress-factors, metabolic health, viability, resistance, safety, animal
Cite this article: Yuri Fomichev, Lyudmila Nikanova, Aleksey Lashin. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING DIНYDROQUERCETIN (TAXIFOLIN) IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, POULTRY AND APICULTURE FOR PREVENTION OF METABOLIC DISORDERS, HIGHER ANTIOXIDATIVE CAPACITY, BETTER RESISTENCE AND REALISATION OF A PRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL OF ORGANISM. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Agriculture & Food 4, 140-159 (2016). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1001031/
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