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Recovery from Adverse Effects of Heat Stress on Slow-Growing Chicks Using Natural Antioxidants Without or with Sulphate

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Ali, M.N., K.E.K.M. El. Moustafa, M. Shabaan, A.M. Radwan and M.A. Sayed, 2011. Effect of using Cuminum cyminum L, citric acid and sodium sulphate for improving the utilization of low protein low energy broiler diets. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 10: 514-522.
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Ali, M.N., M.S. Hassan, F.A. Abd El-Ghany and N.B. Awadein, 2012. Using natural antioxidants with or without sulphate to improve productive and reproductive performance of two local strains at late egg production period. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 11: 269-282.
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Ismail, I.B., K.A.A.undefined. Busadah and S.M.E.undefined. Bahr, 2015. Biochemical markers of oxidative stress in tissues of broiler chickens fed zinc bacitracin and ascorbic acid under hot climate. Int. J. Bio. Chem., 9: 38-45.
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