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Articles by Rab Nawaz Soomro
Total Records ( 3 ) for Rab Nawaz Soomro
  Rab Nawaz Soomro , Rujiu Hu , Yu Qiao , Mohamed Ezzat Abd El-Hack , Imtiaz Hussain Raja Abbasi , Mohamed Abdalla Elsiddig Mohamed , Bello Musa Bodinga , Mahmoud Alagawany , Xiaojun Yang , Junhu Yao and Kuldeep Dhama
  Objective: This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of dietary protein soybean meal (SBM) and cottonseed meal (CSM) sources and Amino Acid (AA) balances on performance, intestinal permeability and morphology in broiler chickens. Methodology: Five hundred and twenty broiler chickens were fed an experimental diet from 21-42 days of age. A completely randomized block design was used with four treatments of SBM+CSM with AA Balance (B) and Imbalance (I) (SBMB and SBMI, SBM+CSMB and SBM+CSMI) were replicated 10 times with 13 broiler chickens per replicate. All respective treatments were kept in the same condition provide the diet twice a day and access to water ad libitum. Results: The results showed that Daily Weight Gain (DWG), Daily Feed Intake (DFI), feed efficiency, Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR), carcass yield and dressing percentage were improved with SBMB in comparison with all treatments. Furthermore, SBMB significantly increased most of morphological findings in the intestinal parts studied. Intestinal permeability was (p<0.05) increased in SBMI and SBM+CSMI treatments. Conclusion: It is concluded that the best performance indices could be obtained by using SBMB carcasses and morphological findings in comparison with other treatments.
  Muhammad Saeed , Mohamed Ezzat Abd El-Hack , Mahmoud Alagawany , Muhammad Naveed , Muhammad Asif Arain , Muhammad Arif , Rab Nawaz Soomro , MohibUllah Kakar , Robina Manzoor , Ruchi Tiwari , Rekha Khandia , Ashok Munjal , Kumaragurubaran Karthik , Kuldeep Dhama , Hafiz Muhammad Nasir Iqbal and Chao Sun
  Green tea is an important herb and its products are extensively used in the traditional Chinese medicinal system through various formulations. Several reports have revealed its beneficial usage and medicinal aspects for various ailments. Consumption of green tea has gained special attention and popularity in various sectors of the modern era of changing lifestyle. This review aimed to extend the current knowledge on the modes of action and beneficial applications of green tea in humans and animals for safeguarding different health issues. The nutritional, immunological, pharmacological and physiological functionalities of green tea are because of the available bioactive components like caffeine, L-theanine, polyphenols/flavonoids and others. It possesses multi-beneficial potential in treating and preventing various disorders of animals and humans, as well as promoting animal (dairy, piggery and goatry) and poultry industry. The present review provides insights on the modes of action and beneficial applications of green tea, which will be useful for nutritionists, pharmacists, physiologists, researchers, veterinarians and animal and poultry producers. Future research emphasis and promotional avenues are needed to explore its potential therapeutic applications for designing appropriate pharmaceuticals, complementary medicines and effective drugs to popularize and propagate its multidimensional health benefits.
  Mohamed Abdalla Elsiddig Mohamed , Cao Yangchun , Bello Musa Bodinga , Zheng Lixin , Yang Zekun , Liu Lihui , Junhu Yao , Rab Nawaz Soomro , Imtiaz Hussain Raja Abbasi and Li Wen
  Background and Objective: Numerous in vitro studies have showed that exogenous fibrolytic enzyme can enhance fiber degradation of roughage. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of an Exogenous Fibrolytic Enzymes (EFE) product applied to a total mixed ration on ruminal fermentation, gas production and nutrient digestion in vitro whole digestive tract. Materials and Methods: The total mixed ration contained 55% concentrates, 22.5% corn silage and 22.5% alfalfa hay on a dry matter basis. The EFE multi enzyme feed additive powder produced from Ruminococcus flavefaciens was used in this study. Four levels of the EFE (0.0, 0.4, 0.8 and 1.2 g) were used E0, E2, E4 and E6, respectively, these levels of EFE were added directly into 20 g of diet in nylon bags and incubated in the RUSITEC for 48 h in vitro fermentation. Statistical analyses of continuous data were performed by use of SAS with repeated measures or Tukey’s test.Results: Results of the rumen experiment showed no significant difference (p>0.05) in pH-values, dry matter, organic matter digestibility, crude protein digestibility, gas production, CH4 and total volatile fatty acids production among all treatments in RUSITEC by using different EFE levels. The digestibility of neutral detergent fibre, acid detergent fiber and NH3-N concentrations were increased (p<0.05) with increasing EFE levels. The in vitro abomasum digestibility and total volatile fatty acids were unchanged (p>0.05). NH3-N concentrations were also increased (p<0.05) with increasing EFE levels. Moreover, in the in vitro abomasum experiment, the neutral detergent fibre digestibility and acid detergent fiber digestibility was increased (p<0.05) with increasing EFE levels. Conclusion: The results indicate that using high doses of EFE (VTR®) containing Ruminococcus flavefaciens in TMR (45:55) could improve the neutral detergent fibre digestibility and acid detergent fiber digestibility in rumen and small intestine.
 
 
 
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