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Acute Toxicity Study and Phytochemical Screening of Selected Herbal Aqueous Extract in Broiler Chickens

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Hashemi, S.R. and H. Davoodi, 2010. Phytogenics as new class of feed additive in poultry industry. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 9: 2295-2304.
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Hashemi, S.R. and H. Davoodi, 2012. Herbal plants as new immuno-stimulator in poultry industry: A review. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 7: 105-116.
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Karim, A., M.N. Sohail, S. Munir and S. Sattar, 2011. Pharmacology and phytochemistry of Pakistani herbs and herbal drugs used for treatment of diabetes. Int. J. Pharmacol., 7: 419-439.
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Maroufyan, E., A. Kasim, S.R. Hashemi, T.C. Loh, M.H. Bejo and H. Davoodi, 2010. The effect of methionine and threonine supplementations on immune responses of broiler chickens challenged with infectious bursal disease. Am. J. Applied Sci., 7: 44-50.
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Nwosu, C.O., K. Yahayah and I.O. Igbokwe, 2011. Toxicity and anticoccidial efficacy of some plants used in the traditional treatment of avian coccidiosis in semi-arid northeastern Nigeria. Res. J. Parasitol., 6: 18-30.
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