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Articles by N. Maheri-Sis
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  Y. Ebrahimnezhad , R. Hajihosseini , K. Nazeradl , N. Maheri-Sis and J. Ghiasi Ghalehkandi
  This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of mineral premix removal from diet during different period (starter, 1-21 d; grower, 22-42 d and finisher, 43-49 d) on the performance of broilers. From the days of old, chicks a diet containing two levels of supplementary minerals premix (0 and 0.25%) received. The results showed that, between experimental groups in terms of feed intake during various periods were not differences. In the starter and grower periods weight gain among all treatments were not significantly, but during finisher period of experimental weight gain of remove mineral premix of starter and grower periods and remove mineral premix of all rearing periods treatments were significantly lower than other treatments (p<0.01). Remove mineral premix during starter and grower periods significantly increased feed conversion ratio among treatments (p<0.05) and in the finisher period was significant (p<0.01). Remove mineral premix during different growth on carcass, abdominal fat, liver, breast, leg and tibia bone ash were not significant. Removal mineral premix on leg bone density (p<0.05) and bone strength (p<0.01) were different.
  A. Mirzaei-Aghsaghali , N. Maheri-Sis , A. Mirza-Aghazadeh , A.R. Safaei and A. Aghajanzadeh-Golshani
  Alfalfa is highly valued for animal feed because of its high protein content, high intake potential anddigestibility. Alfalfa hay is valued by nutritionists for its relatively high energy value which supports milk production, its rapid ruminal digestion of structural fiber which stimulates feed intake, its coarse structural fiber that stimulates ruminative chewing and salivation, which results in rumen buffering, its structural fiber which has high buffering capacity, its high protein level which supports animal protein needs andthe relatively high proportion of its protein that escapes the rumen undegraded which minimizes dietary requirements for high cost protein supplements. This review evaluates Iranian hays especially common alfalfa varieties in regard to relative forage quality, nutrient composition, nutrient digestion andtheir impact on microbial protein synthesis. Different alfalfa species differ inherently in their rate of reproductive development. This results not only in changes in chemical and anatomical characteristics, but also in the proportion of plant parts, e.g. leaf, stem, pseudostem, potiole, inflorescence, which in turn differ significantly in their quality attributes. Management and environment can then play a significant role in affecting nutritive value, either by directly altering chemical and anatomical traits or by influencing the timing of changes in plant phenology.
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