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Articles by A. Ghalyanchi Langeroudi
Total Records ( 3 ) for A. Ghalyanchi Langeroudi
  A. Ghalyanchi Langeroudi and A. Shojaie Estabraghi
  Since 1998, H9N2 AI outbreaks have been one of the major problems in Iranian poultry industry. But H5N1 subtypes had been reported in wild birds in Iran, but no official report of H5N1 report in commercial flock and human. For evaluation of Knowledge among Veterinary medicine Students about bird flu in Iran, we analysis their Knowledge bye Improved questionnaire that be used a similar study in medical students in Iran. The results indicated level of Knowledge is in good level and higher from medical students. So, faculty courses in veterinary faculty in Iran is the major of their source information.
  A. Ghalyanchi Langeroudi , V.Karimi , M. Tavassoti Kheiri , M.H. Bozorgmehri Fard , F. Mahboudi and A. Barin
  Iranian poultry industry has been affected by Avian Influenza (AI) virus Since 1998, subtype H9N2. The association of high mortality and case report of H5N1 and H9N2 influenza virus in wild birds in recent years raised the specter of a possible new genetic modified AI virus. Partial nucleotide sequences and deduced amino acid of Hemagglutinin (HA) genes in cleavage site region of 9 H9N2 influenza viruses isolated from broilers in Tehran Province during 1998-2007 were genetically analyzed. The isolates possessed two types of amino acid motif RSSR/GL and RSNR/GL - at the cleavage site of HA. "RSNR/GL in Iranian isolates is the same as the motif previously reported in Israel. The results of this study indicated that all of Iranian viruses have potential for emerging for highly pathogen influenza virus, thus continuously monitoring of viruses is essential in Iran.
  A. Ghalyanchi Langeroudi , S.M.M. Kiaei , M. Modirsanei , B. Mansouri and A. Shojaie Estabragh
  The aim of the present study was to compare the growth promoter effect of 2 labiatae family herbal supplementation with antibiotic and probiotic on broiler chicks Performance. Seven hundred, 1 day-old broiler chicks were randomly divided into 5 treatment groups: Control, virginiamycin (0.1 g Kg 1), probiotic (1 and 0.4 g Kg 1), zataria multiflora (ZM) (15 g Kg 1) and ziziphora Clinopodioides (ZC) (15 g Kg 1). Each treatment group was further sub divided into 4 replicates of 35 birds per replicate. During experimental period, growth performance was evaluated by recording body weight, feed intake, Feed Conservation Ratio (FCR), mortality and Efficiency Productive Index (EPI) by the followed formula at 21 and 42 days. At 42 days, EPI differed significantly among treatments. The EPI of the treatment fed on the diet containing virginiamycin was the highest and those ZM was the lowest. Addition of ZC to broiler diet improved EPI, body weight compare with the control But this different was not significantly (p>0.05) but have similar effect to addition of probiotic (p>0.05). ZM had lower body weight and EPI and higher FCR compare with control and ZD groups (p>0.05). It was concluded that the supplementation of herbal additive to broiler diets had beneficial effect on their performance and 2 herbs from 1 family had different effects.
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