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Articles by B. Shabanpour
Total Records ( 3 ) for B. Shabanpour
  A. Shabani , B. Dastar , M. Khomeiri , B. Shabanpour and S. Hassani
  This experiment was conducted to evaluate the efficiency of nanozeolite against aflatoxicosis in broiler chickens. For this purpose, 336 male Ross 308 day old broiler chickens were allocated to 6 dietary treatments, including a control corn-soybean meal diet without Aflatoxin (AF) and Nanozeolite (NZ) and five diets contaminated with 500 ppb AF and containing 1 of 5 levels of zero, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 and 1% Nanozeolite (AFNZ0, AFNZ0.25, AFNZ0.5, AFNZ0.75 and AFNZ1, respectively). Data were analyzed as a completely randomized design with 4 replications and 14 birds per repetition. The results showed that the lowest weight gain and feed intake and the highest feed conversion ratio were related to diet containing 500 ppb AF without NZ (AFNZ0 diet). The birds were fed AFNZ0 showed lower weight gain in 2nd, 3rd and 4th weeks in comparison with control diet (p<0.05). AF led to reduce feed intake and increase feed conversion ratio in 3rd week (p<0.05). No significant differences observed between control diet and contaminated diets containing different levels of NZ for body weight gain, feed intake and feed conversion ratio at all weeks. Serum total protein, cholesterol and triglyceride concentrations were significantly lower in AFNZ0 compared to control diet (p<0.05). There was no significant difference between dietary treatments for serum albumin. These findings confirm that at least 0.25% NZ is sufficient to reduce the toxicity of AF in broiler chickens.
  S. Yeganeh , B. Shabanpour , H. Hosseini , M.R. Imanpour and A. Shabani
  In this research, the seasonal variation in the chemical composition and fatty acid profile of fillets from wild common carp were assessed. The protein, lipid and moisture content as well as the fatty acid profile were determined. The results showed that the lipid and protein content in wild carp samples decreased from Summer to Spring and the moisture content of fillets increased from Summer to Spring. Monounsaturated Fatty Acids (MUFA) in carp were found to be higher than levels of Saturated Fatty Acids (SFA) and Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFA) in all seasons. The PUFA content of fillets was found to be higher than that of SFA in Winter and Spring. Palmitic acid was the major SFA (12.99-16.18%) in all seasons. Oleic acid was identified as the major MUFA (19.05-25.11%). Docosahexaneoic Acid (DHA) was the major PUFA (5.98-11.61%) in all seasons. The maximum concentration of DHA was found in Autumn and Winter but the Eicosapentaneoic Acid (EPA) concentration did not fluctuate in different seasons. The maximum concentrations of lipids and protein were found in Summer. Poly-unsaturated fatty acids increased in the cold season.
  R. Mirshekar , B. Dastar and B. Shabanpour
  This study evaluated the effect of addition some plant extracts and ascorbic acid in presence of distilled water as the control on the broiler thigh meat color, subsequent lipid oxidation (TBARS) and rancidity development during frozen storage of chicken thigh meat. All the extracts were used in the density of 1000 ppm. The results showed that all the antioxidants had significant effect on lipid oxidation as measured by TBARS value during frozen storage at -20°C for 120 days. However, lipid oxidation only occurred to a limited extent and was insufficient to cause rancid flavor development. The results also demonstrated that rosemary and green tea were the most effective antioxidants in stabilization of a* value. Echinacea, green tea and rosemary extracts were effective antioxidants and strongly inhibited oxidation. Present findings show that these plants extracts exhibit greater antioxidant efficiency compared to ascorbic acid.
 
 
 
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