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Articles by Imer Haziri
Total Records ( 3 ) for Imer Haziri
  Arben Haziri , Sevdije Govori-Odai , Murtezan Ismaili , Fatmir Faiku and Imer Haziri
  We have analyzed the chemical nature of essential oil of Tanacetum parthenium (L.) from East part of Kosova. Approach: The essential oil from aerial part of Tanacetum parthenium (L.), obtained by hidro-distillation was analyzed by GC and GC-MS. Results: Out of 25 peaks, 22 components, which constitute 88%, were identified in oil. The main compounds of Tanacetum parthenium (L.) from east region of Kosova, were camphor (63%) and camphene (9.6%). This study demonstrates the occurrence of camphor/camphene chemotype of Tanacetum parthenium (L.) from east part of Kosova. The present study showed the chemical composition of the hydro-distilled oil of Tanacetum parthenium (L.) from East part of Kosova and the results are compared to those reported in the literature. Conclusion: After comparison of our date with those reported in literature we can conclude that genetic and environmental factors play role in determining the composition of essential oil of Tanacetum parthenium (L.).
  Arben I. Haziri , Nevzat Aliaga , Murtezan Ismaili , Sevdije Govori-Odai , Osman Leci , Fatmir Faiku , Valentina Arapi and Imer Haziri
  Problem statement: Chemical composition of essential oil of Achillea millefolium (L.), originated from east part of Kosova, was investigated. Approach: The chemical profile of the essential oil was evaluated by GC and GC-MS. Results: Analysis of the oil resulted in the identification of 33 peaks, representing 81.4% of the oil. The main compounds of Achillea millefolium (L.) from east region of Kosova, were 1,8-cineole (22%), camphor (21%), borneol (7,6%) and β-pinene (5.3%). Conclusion: After comparison of our date with those reported in literature we can conclude that various chemotypes of Achillea millefolium (L.) occur in nature.
  Imer Haziri , Arben Haziri , Enkeleda Ozuni and Ibrahim Mehmeti
  Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of cadmium (Cd) on the level of phospho-lipids peroxidation, by measuring the level of malondialdehyde (MDA) and study the changes on body weight of egg-laying breed chickens. Methodology: Total four groups of chickens have been included in the experiment. Three groups treated with different concentrations of cadmium (2, 4 and 6 mg kg–1 of live weight added in drinking water) and one group as a control without treatment with Cd. The data were analyzed statistically by using SPSS software package. ANOVA test and the medium and standard error of the mean were presented. Results: The result shows that, level of malondialdehyde in blood is increased by increasing the cadmium on daily diet of chicken. On the control group, the MDA level was 17 μmol L–1 when we have treat with cadmium 2 mg kg–1 the level increase amounts twice (30 μmol L–1), on the 3rd group 44 μmol L–1 when was supplemented with 4 mg kg–1, while on the 4th group (supplemented with 6 mg kg–1 Cd) it reach up to 64 μmol L–1. In another hand, body weight of egg-layer chicken in three different times point, supplemented with different amount of Cd shows to be different. When the chickens was not treated with Cd body weight on last days reach up to 1114 g while by adding the Cd on feed the body weight has decrease to 734 g. Conclusion: It can be concluded that, MDA is increase by increasing the cadmium concentration on daily diet. This is due to makes difficulties on peroxidation of the lipids or proteins on body chickens and also plays negative effects on increasing the body weights. Also the body weight of the egg-laying breed chickens was decreased by feeding the chicken with Cd indicating that Cd plays a negative effect on feeds and most probably on the quality of the meat.
 
 
 
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