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Articles by Heshmatollah Khosravinia
Total Records ( 2 ) for Heshmatollah Khosravinia
  Reza Parvar , Heshmatollah Khosravinia and Arash Azarfar
  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of Satureja khuzestanica essential oils on antioxidative potential of breast muscle from heat stressed broiler chicken. A total of 720 one dayold Arian broiler chicks broiler chicks were randomly assigned to 6 groups (6 replicates of 20 birds each) to evaluate the effects of administration of Satureja khuzestanica essential oils (SKEO) through drinking water on immune postmortem pH and antioxidative potential of breast muscle from heat stressed broiler chicken The birds were continuously received drinking water treated with Tween 80 (Cont+; 500 ppm) and SKEO at 0 (Cont-), 200, 300, 400 and 500 ppm as six experimental treatments. Breast muscle early as well as ultimate pH values at 42 days of age were non significantly lower for the birds received SKEO through drinking water at doses greater than 200 ppm. Addition of SKEO to drinking water at doses higher than 200 ppm significantly decreased the amount of TBARS values in breast muscle (p<0.05). Breast muscle catalase activity in SKEO received groups were significantly higher than the control groups (p<0.05). It was concluded that supplementation of drinking water with SKEO at dosed higher 200 ppm enhance the antioxidative potential of breast muscle from heat stressed broiler chicken.
  Fatemeh Tavakolinasab , Heshmatollah Khosravinia and Babak Masouri
  Two hundredeighty-eight 10-day old male Arbor Acres (320±5 g) broiler chicks were used to compare the responses in liver function to dietary supplementation of milk thistle (Silybum marianum), artichoke (Cichorium intybus) and olive (Olea europaea) extracts with gemfibrozil and atorvastatin, in broiler chickens fed with a lipogenic diet. Birds raised in the standard experimental conditions and received a pelleted grower diet (control) supplemented with milk thistle (250 mg kg–1), artichoke (200 mg kg–1), olive (150 mg kg–1) extracts, atorvastatin (20 mg kg–1) and gemfibrozil (1800 mg kg–1) up to day 42 of age. Liver weight and liver fat parentage were 1.62 and 6.04%, respectively, in the birds fed with the un-supplemented basal diet (control) and modified by +0.21 and -2.13, +0.11 and -1.21, +0.14 and -1.40, -0.07 and -2.36, +0.07 and -0.38% in the birds received milk thistle, artichoke, olive extracts, gemfibrozil and atorvastatin, respectively. The milk thistle-added diet elicited significant reduction in serum activity of Aspartate amino transferase and Alanine aminotransferase at day 35 of age. Dietary olive extract at 150 mg kg–1 reduced liver fat at day 35 of age compared with those grown on the basal diet (p<0.05). Plasma triglycerides level was lower (p<0.05) in the birds fed with diets enriched with artichoke (34.86 mg dL–1) and olive extract (40.63 mg dL–1) compared with those fed with the supplemented control diet at day 35 of age. It was concluded that milk thistle exerted greater promising hepatoprotective effects compared with other remedies. Gemfibrozil exhibited a greater hepatoprotective and blood lipid lowering effect than atorvastatin.
 
 
 
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