Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Koshchayev Andrey Georgiyevich

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professor

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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PHARMACOLOGICAL EFFECT OF SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE ON QUAIL ORGANISM

abstract 0901306031 issue 90 pp. 488 – 502 30.06.2013 ru 1210
The article covers the study of the influence of sodium hypochlorite different concentrations on the quail organism in various schemes of its application
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THE EFFICIENCY OF THE PRIBIOTIC USAGE IN QUAIL BREEDING THROUGH DIFFERENT GROWING PERIODS IN MEAT BIRD PRODUCTION

abstract 0901306030 issue 90 pp. 469 – 487 30.06.2013 ru 1862
The article is dedicated to the new probiotic in quail breeding through different growing periods in meat production
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THEORETICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTROCHEMICAL TREATMENT OF WATER SOLUTIONS

abstract 0921308035 issue 92 pp. 517 – 541 31.10.2013 ru 1354
The present review highlights the theoretical founda-tions of electric activation of aqueous solutions, their characteristics and properties
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PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF ELECTROCHEMICALLY ACTIVATED AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS

abstract 0921308061 issue 92 pp. 912 – 942 31.10.2013 ru 1315
The present review highlights the applications of electro-activated aqueous solutions in biotechnology and the food industry
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SEARCHES AND MAPPING OF THE WATER-BEARING ZONES DURING HYDROGEOLOGICAL WORKS WITH APPLICATION OF THE LINEAMENT AND GEODINAMIC ANALYSIS

abstract 0931309033 issue 93 pp. 495 – 509 30.11.2013 ru 1548
In the present article the authors provide an overview of the results of experimental works for the use of electro activated water solutions in agroindustrial complex
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BIOTECHNOLOGY OF TRICHODERMA-BASED FEED ADDITIVE WITH CELLULOLYTIC PROPERTIES

abstract 0931309078 issue 93 pp. 1146 – 1164 30.11.2013 ru 956
In the work, we have presented the information of elaboration of a manufacturing process of Mycocel feed additive with the cellulolytic activity for poul-try industry. Manufacturing process includes follow-ing steps: stock culture maintenance and storage of Trichoderma lignorum 81-17, growing fluid culture of microscopic fungus in sucrose yeast extract me-dium, feed additive with cellulolytic properties out-put and quality control, packaging, storage and disposal of waste. We have shown that the Mycocel is non-toxic feed additive for protozoa and warm-blooded animals (laboratory mice and quails). This study demonstrated total population livability in the experimental group with feed additive. Quail body-weight of experimental group was higher by 6% as compared to the control and feed consumption per 1 kg of live weight of bird was 3,58 kg, 7,5% lower than the control
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FUNCTION FEED ADDITIVE OF CAROTE-NOID VEGETABLE RAW MATERIALS FOR POULTRY

abstract 0931309079 issue 93 pp. 1165 – 1184 30.11.2013 ru 937
The article is concerned with the use of functional feed additives from pumpkin fruits and alfalfa juice for the poultry industry. In the study of laying hen it has been found that the use of a feed additive in-creased pumpkin paste content in serum and egg yolk carotenoids is more than two times, and the concentration of vitamin A in these tissues increased slightly, not exceeding 20%. Livability and productivity of poultry increased and average expendable fodder per head per day decreased. Economic calculation showed that the use of pumpkin paste reduces the cost of production of eggs. The use of alfalfa juice coagulates in diets for broiler chickens resulted in an increase in the concentration of carotene in the liver by 22,7-46,8% relative to control. The juice addition also increased the content of vitamin A in the liver by 27.9%, increase the safety and efficiency of the bird. The authors draw certain conclusions from experiment results that the use of functional additives in poultry from the fruit of pumpkin and alfalfa juice is an alternative to synthetic vitamin preparations and produce a more environmentally friendly products
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THE PRACTICE OF USING ELECTRO-ACTIVATED WATER SOLUTIONS IN AGROINDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

abstract 0941310059 issue 94 pp. 853 – 867 27.12.2013 ru 1101
In the present article the authors provide an overview of the results of experimental works for the use of electro activated water solutions in agroindustrial complex
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FRACTIONATION OF LUCERNE JUICE TO OBTAIN FEED ADDITIVES

abstract 0941310062 issue 94 pp. 918 – 941 27.12.2013 ru 816
The article provides an overview of the results of experimental works of the authors on the use of different methods of fractionation of Lucerne juice to obtain feed additives
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PROBIOTIC TRILAKTOBAKT IN FEEDING OF QUAIL

abstract 0951401004 issue 95 pp. 58 – 81 30.01.2014 ru 1281
During experiments on quail it was found that use of Trilaktobaktis probiotic is characterized with the activation of major types of metabolism, including protein –by increase the total protein content (5.17%) and mineral – by increase serum calcium and phosphorus (2.71 and 19.5%, respectively); by decrease of cholesterol content (10.6%). Probiotic stimulates erythro and hematopoiesis in quail: increase of the number of erythrocytes by 2.93% and hemoglobin by 2.57% was marked. Preparation enhances nonspecific resistance by increasing lysozyme and serum bactericidal activity by 47.4% and 149.6%.Besides, use of Trilaktobaktin diets increases digestibility of organic substance (5.74%), raw protein (3.95%) and raw fiber (4.83%). Probiotics use in the diet of quail improves nitrogen digestion by 5.3%, calcium and phosphorus – by 1.4%. Under the influence of probiotics content of lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteriain chyme of quail increases by 46.2%.Use of Trilaktobaktin quail breeding increases safety and live weight gain by 6.0% and 6.9%, reduces the cost of feeds to produce 1 kg of body weight by 7.4%, and carcass yield reaches 66.4%, providing 100% output of first category carcasses. Use of Trilaktobakt feed additive has a positive effect on the quality of meat products. Thus, carcass output was 57.1% and the amount of fat decreased by 14.4% (pectoral muscles) and 12.7% (leg muscles) relative to the control. At the same time protein content in the thoracic and leg muscles increased by 7.5% and 10.7%
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