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Articles by Farah K. Al-Jaff
Total Records ( 3 ) for Farah K. Al-Jaff
  Sunbul J. Hamodi , Essa H. Al-Mashhadani , Farah K. Al-Jaff and Hanan E. Al-Mashhadani
  This study was conducted to determine the potential effect of coriander seed as growth promoting substance in broiler chicks raised under summer condition in Iraq (32-36oC). One hundred and eighty day-old Arbor Acer broiler chicks were randomly assigned to four dietary treatments with three replicate pens (15 birds/pen). Birds were fed experimental diets containing 0% (T1), 1% (T2), 2% (T3) and 3% (T4) coriander seed. Water and feed were provided ad libitum during the experiment. Performance parameters were monitored weekly which include live body weight, weight gain, feed consumption and feed conversion ratio (g. feed/g. gain). Result showed that inclusion of 2% coriander seed in broiler diets improve (p<0.01) total means of live weight and weight gain. Further more, feed consumption and feed conversion were significantly (p<0.05) higher in the 2% (T3) coriander seed as compared with other treatments. Feeding broiler chicks 2% coriander seed as a diet ingredient resulted in a significant improvement in performance parameter. Therefore, inclusion of 2% coriander seed in broiler diets could be beneficial for improving broiler performance raised during summer months.
  Farah K. Al-Jaff
  This Study was conducted to investigate the potential effect of coriander seeds on physiological traits. One hundred and eighty day-old Arbor Acer broiler chick were randomly assigned to four dietary treatments with three replicate pens (15 birds/pen). Birds were fed experimental diets containing 0% (T1), 1% (T2), 2% (T3) and 3% (T4) coriander seed. Feed and water were provided ad libitum during the experiment. Performance and physiological parameters were monitored at the end of the study (6 weeks of age) which includes live body weight, feed conversion ratio (g. Feed gain/g. Gain) total protein, albumin, globulin, A/G ratio, GTP, GOT, Alkaline phosphatase, glucose, cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, phospholipids, uric acid, creatinine and antibody titer (ND). Results showed that final body weight was (p<0.01) higher in 2% coriander seed (T3) than all other groups and feed conversion ratio was significantly (p<0.05) better for birds that were fed 2% (T3) and (T4) coriander seed than all other groups. Serum protein and albumin were (p<0.05) higher in 2% (T3), While serum globulin (p<0.05) lower in 2% coriander seed (T3) when compared with other groups. GOT and GPT were (p<0.05) lower for 2% (T3) and 3% (T4) coriander seed, while alkaline phosphatase was (p<0.05) lower in 2% (T3) group. Serum glucose (p<0.05) lower in 2% (T3) coriander seed than all other group, Serum cholesterol was (p<0.05) lower in 2% (T3) and 3% (T4) compared with other groups. LDL was (p<0.05) lower in (T3) group, while HDL was (p<0.05) lower in T3 and T4 groups when compared with the control. Serum triglycerides and antibody titers were (p<0.05) higher in 2% and 3% coriander seed when compared with other groups. It could be concluded from this study that the inclusion of coriander seeds at levels of 2% have a positive effect on blood pictures, broiler performance and immune system during heat stress (high ambient temperature).
  Essa H. Al-Mashhadani , Farah K. Al-Jaff , Sunbul J. Hamodi and Hanan E. Al-Mashhadani
  This study was conducted to investigate the potential effect of coriander oil on broiler performance and some physiological traits. One hundred and thirty five day-old broiler chicks were randomly assigned in to three dietary treatments with three replicate pens per treatment (15 birds/pen). Birds were fed experimental diets containing 0, 0.5 and 1% coriander oil. Feed and water were provided ad libitum during the six weeks experimental period. Performance parameter were measured weekly which include body weight, weight gain, feed consumption and feed conversion ratio. While, cholesterol and glucose were measured at the end of the study. Results showed that inclusion of 0.5% (T2) and 1% (T3) coriander oil significantly improve body weight, weight gain, feed intake and feed conversion ratio (g feed/g gain) significantly (p<0.05) than those of the control group. The inclusion of coriander oil at levels of 0.5% and 1% significantly (p<0.05) decreased plasma cholesterol and glucose. It could be concluded that the inclusion of coriander oil improve broiler performance and lower cholesterol and glucose levels. Therefore, it could be concluded that the inclusion of coriander oil in broiler diet during summer months have a beneficial effect on performance and physiological traits measured.
 
 
 
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