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Articles by M. Mamooee
Total Records ( 5 ) for M. Mamooee
  E. Rahmatnejad , H. Roshanfekr , O. Ashayerizadeh , M. Mamooee and A. Ashayerizadeh
  This experiment was conducted to evaluation the effects of Prebiotic, Garlic powder and Turmeric powder on performance and carcass characteristics of broiler chickens. Based a randomized completely design, 240 days old Ross 308 broilers were distributed into 16 floor pens and reared for 42 days. A basal diet was formulated according to NRC recommendations for starter (0-21 days) and grower (22-42 days) periods. The basal diet was also supplemented with prebiotic Biolex-MB, garlic powder and turmeric powder, resulting 4 dietary treatments were prepared including control group. Each dietary treatment was fed ad-libitum to 4 replicates group of 15 birds at the bigining of rearing period. The result of present study indicated that the diets containing feed additives had no significant effect on broilers performance with an except of Biolex-MB, which improved weight gain and feed conversion ratio (p<0.05). Supplementation of biolex-MB in diet significantly (p<0.05) affected the amount of carcass, thigh and breast (p<0.05). The highest percent of carcass and thigh were found in biolex-MB and control bird groups, respectively (p<0.05). The percent of breast was not affected whit feed treatments.
  E. Rahmatnejad , H. Roshanfekr , O. Ashayerizadeh , M. Mamooee and A. Ashayerizadeh
  This experiment was conducted to evaluation the effects of Prebiotic, Garlic powder and Turmeric powder on performance and carcass characteristics of broiler chickens. Based a randomized completely design, 240 day old Ross 308 broilers were distributed into 16 floor pens and reared for 42 days. A basal diet was formulated according to NRC recommendations for starter (0-21 days) and grower (22-42 days) periods. The basal diet was also supplemented with prebiotic Biolex-MB, garlic powder and turmeric powder, resulting 4 dietary treatments were prepared including control group. Each dietary treatment was fed ad-libitum to 4 replicates group of 15 birds at the beginning of rearing period. The result of present study indicated that the diets containing feed additives had no significant effect on broilers performance with an except of Biolex-MB, which improved weight gain and feed conversion ratio (p<0.05). Supplementation of biolex-MB in diet significantly (p<0.05) affected the amount of carcass, thigh and breast (p<0.05). The highest percent of carcass and thigh were found in biolex-MB and control bird groups, respectively (p<0.05). The percent of breast was not affected with feed treatments.
  O. Ashayerizadeh , B. Dastar , M. Shams Shargh , A. Ashayerizadeh and M. Mamooee
  This experiment was conducted for comparison the effect of some feed growth promoter additives on carcass characteristics, internal organ weights and hematological indices of 21 days old broiler chickens. Based a randomized completely design, 300 days old Ross 308 broilers were distributed into 30 floor pens and reared for 21 days. A basal diet was formulated according to NRC recommendations for starter (0-21 days) period. The basal diet was also supplemented with antibiotic (Flavomycin), probiotic (Primalac), prebiotic (Biolex-MB) and mixture of primalac plus Biolex-MB (as synbiotic), resulting 5 dietary treatments were prepared including control group. Each dietary treatment was fed ad libitum to six replicates group of 10 birds at the bigining of rearing period. The highest (p<0.05) thigh percent was recorded for broilers fed the diet supplemented with Flavomycin, meanwhile the lower values were shown for birds fed diet supplemented with primalac. The percent of abdominal fat followed the same trend. Compared with control birds group, all other treatment groups fed growth promoter diets improved the percent of heart, but these differences were significant (p<0.05) only for biolex-MB and mixture of primalac plus biolex-MB group treatments. The percent of bursa of fabricius in primalac and mixture of primalac plus biolex-MB supplemented groups were significantly (p<0.05) higher than those in control group. The highest cholesterol concentrations were recorded for birds fed both control and diet supplemented with flavomycin groups while least concentration was found for birds fed diet supplemented with primalac.
  R. Yaeghoobi , H. Roshanfekr , M. Mamooee , J. Fayazi , A. Ashayerizadeh , M. Bojarpour and M.T. Beigi Nasiri
  This study was carried for investigation interaction between genotype and environment for milk and fat production traits of Holstein cattle in western provinces of Iran. In this study, used 2213 records of first lactation Holstein dairy cattle in this zone of Iran. These data get from Iranian Animal Breeding Center from 1996-2006. The edited sets include 2213 first lactation for milk and fat. Records were divided in two climates. Heritability estimates using REML method and derivative-free algorithm for milk and fat yield in semidry climate and Mediterranean climate 0.2014±0.06 and 0.2468±0.03, respectively. For estimation of Genetic correlation were used from multivariate animal model. Genetic correlation was -0.04 and 0.013 for milk yield and fat yield, respectively. EBVes correlation mean was -0.019 and 0.031 for proofs between climate for milk and fat traits, respectively. Low genetic correlation and EBVes correlation for milk and fat traits between climates Indicate to proofs have not same difference performance in both climates. In addition, Germany Sperms cause increase milk and fat yield in both climate and Iranian and American Sperms decrease milk and fat yield in both climate.
  A. Ashayerizadeh , N. Dabiri , O. Ashayerizadeh , K.H. Mirzadeh , H. Roshanfekr and M. Mamooee
  This experiment was conducted for comparison the effects of antibiotic (flavomycin), probiotic (primalac), prebiotic (Biolex-MB) and mixture of probiotic and prebiotic (primalac plus Biolex-MB) as dietary growth promoter on growth performance, carcasscharacteristics and hematological indices of broiler chickens. Three hundred day old Ross 308 broilers were equally distributed into 30 floor pens and reared for 42 day. A basal diet was formulated covering the recommendations of NRC (1994) for starter (0-21 days) and grower (22-42 days) periods and considered as control diet. Four tested diets were formulated by supplemented the basal control diet with antibiotic (flavomycin), probiotic (primalac), prebiotic (Biolex-MB) and mixture of primalac plus Biolex-MB, respectively. Six replicates were used for each treatment. The results of present study showed that all growth promoters used was improved growth indices of Ross 308 broilers. The highest significant (p<0.05) values of carcass and thigh were recorded for broilers fed diet supplemented with flavomycin. The highest (p>0.05) value of breast was recorded for broilers fed the diet supplemented with primalac, meanwhile the lower value were showed for birds fed either diet or diet supplemented with Biolex-MB. The percent of carcass and cuts followed the same trend. Hematological parameter including cholesterol was recorded the highest (p>0.05) values groups fed the diets either control or supplemented with flavomycin, meanwhile the lower value was showed for bird fed diet supplemented primalac plus Biolex-MB. Triglycerides and very low density lipoprotein cholesterol (VLDL) were recorded the highest concentration for bird fed both control and diet supplemented with flavomycin groups while least concentration was found for bird fed diet supplemented with primalac. The results of present study revealed that probiotic and prebiotic as growth promoters can use as alternatives non-antibiotic feed additives to their free harmful side effects on the consumers and to improve broiler chickens growth indices.
 
 
 
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