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  F. Salabi , M. Bojarpoor , M. Nazari and S. Tabatabaie
  We conducted this research to determine dry matter digestibility of triticale grain, barley grain and naked barley grain by using in vitro Tilly and Terrey (TT) technique. A simple technique for the determination in vitro of digestibility of small (0.5 g) samples of dried cereal grain. It involves incubation first with rumen liquor and then with acid HCL and pepsin enzyme. In vivo digestibility (Y), the regression equation Y = 0.99 X-1.01 (SE±2.31) has been calculated, where X = in vitro digestibility. An experiment was carried out in a complete randomized design with 3 experimental groups and 9 replications per groups. The treatments were included triticale grain, barley grain and naked barley grain. Analysis of variance was performed with SAS software and the differences among means were evaluated by using the Duncan's tests. According to these results, in vitro and in vivo digestibility of triticale grain were more significantly than barley grain and grain (p<0.01). The result of this experiment indicate increasing digestibility as substitute triticale grain instead of barley grain.
  F. Salabi , M. Boujarpoor , J. Fayazi , S. Salari and M. Nazari
  About 288, 1day old Ross 308 broiler were used to evaluate the effect of zinc on performance and carcass characteristics of broiler during Heat Stress (HS). Broilers raised in either a thermoneutral (TN, 23.9°C constant) or HS (23.9-35°C cycling) environment were fed an adequate zinc diet (45 mg kg-1) and high zinc diets (90 and 135 mg kg-1), accomplished by adding a zinc from ZnSO4.7H2O to the ration. The HS birds consumed less feed, gained less weight and had lower feed efficiency when compared to TN birds. Dietary zinc levels did significantly influence broiler growth performance. Lymphoid organs, breast and leg meat yield and liver weights were all reduced by HS. These results indicate that the performance, carcass characteristics of broiler and immune response of broilers can be influenced by the level of zinc in the diet and by environmental conditions.
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