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Articles by Asim Aslam
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  M.T. Naseem , Shamoon Naseem , M. Younus , Zafar Iqbal Ch. , Aamir Ghafoor , Asim Aslam and S. Akhter
  A total of 100-day-old broiler chicken were randomly divided into five groups and kept under elevated temperature (95-98.6oF) to observe the effect of potassium chloride and sodium bicarbonate on the weight gain, feed conversion ratio (FCR), serum potassium and serum bicarbonate level. Thermostress lead to significant in decrease (P< 0.05) weight gain, serum potassium and serum bicarbonate level, while FCR was increased. During heat stress, KCl and NaHCO3 at levels of 1.5% and 0.5% respectively, improved weight gain, and FCR and significantly increased (P< 0.05) serum potassium and bicarbonate level. The results showed that combination of KCl and NaHCO3 supplementation alleviated the negative effects of heat stress in broilers.
  Shamoon Naseem , M. Younus , Bilal Anwar , Aamir Ghafoor , Asim Aslam and S. Akhter
  A total of 100, day-old broiler chickens were randomly divided into 5 groups and kept under elevated temperature (34-36oC) to see the effect of ascorbic acid and acetylsalicylic acid (Sb-Asper-C, a commercial product) on the feed conversion ratio (FCR), immune status and ratio of weight of bursa, thymus and spleen to body weight. Heat stress increased the FCR but decreased the immune response and ratio of bursa, thymus and spleen to body weight of the birds. Ascorbic acid and acetylsalicylic acid supplementation during heat stress had beneficial effects on FCR, immune status and ratio of weight of bursa, thymus and spleen to body weight of the birds. Grossly, bursa thymus and spleen of heat stressed birds were atrophied but ascorbic acid and acetylsalicylic acid supplemented birds were not atrophied, No specific histopathological changes were observed in all groups.
 
 
 
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