Аграрный вестник Урала № 05 (97) 2012Ветеринария
Influence of lithium of citrate on a state of peroxide oxidation of lipids and antioxidant protection of an organism of hens at an assessment of stressful sensitivity
Definition of stressful sensitivity at hens, by intradermal introduction of turpentine makes active peroxide oxidation of lipids in an organism of the hens, educing owing to stimulating action of turpentine, inflammatory process in a place of introduction and emotional influence in the course of definition of stressful sensitivity. Under the influence of lithium of citrate hens of skilled bunches have the least activation of processes of peroxide oxidation, in comparison with hens of control bunch, the general chronological character of processes peroxidation the lipids, expressed in absence of activation peroxidation within 30 minutes after intradermal introduction of turpentine variates, unlike hens of control bunch which have an immediate activation of peroxide oxidation of lipids that is probably bound to high tolerance to choronomic influences and repressing of sensation of fear and aggression under the influence of citrate lithium. Considering chronology and dynamics of change of indexes antioxidant protection, comparing the data with degree of choronomic influence on hens and changes of indexes of peroxide oxidation of lipids, it is necessary to notice that lithium citrate possesses modelling influence on antioxidant protection of an of hens.
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