INFLUENCE OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES ON THE MINERAL COMPOSITION OF RENAL TISSUE OF BULLS ON DIET WITH HIGHER CADMIUM CONCENTRATION


  • N. Vaseruk Lviv national university of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named after S. Gzhytskyj
  • M. Paska Lviv national university of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named after S. Gzhytskyj
Keywords: kidney, cadmium, minerals, chelates, methionine, vitamins

Abstract

Rising of man-caused impact on environment requires continuous monitoring of heavy metals in organs and tissues of animals, as a factor of quality of produced animal products. The mineral composition of renal tissue of bulls on adjusted diet with metionate of Fe, Cu, Zn, Mn, Co was under the research. Conducted studies showed that concentration of cadmium in the kidneys of bulls of agricultural company «Bovshivska» was higher on 35,9 mcg / kg (36,2 %; P <0.001). Adding to the diet the metalloorganic premix decreased cadmium level by 33,2 – 41,1 % (P <0,01 - 0,001), use of vitamin injections and methionine had no effect on the value of the indicator. The content of iron, copper, cobalt was higher in renal tissue of animals of agricultural company «Bovshivska».

 

Author Biographies

N. Vaseruk, Lviv national university of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named after S. Gzhytskyj
Candidate of veterinary sciences, associate professor
M. Paska, Lviv national university of veterinary medicine and biotechnology named after S. Gzhytskyj
Doctor of Veterinary Sciences, associate professor

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Published
2014-03-05
How to Cite
Vaseruk, N., & Paska, M. (2014). INFLUENCE OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES ON THE MINERAL COMPOSITION OF RENAL TISSUE OF BULLS ON DIET WITH HIGHER CADMIUM CONCENTRATION. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Food Technologies, 17(1), 161-165. Retrieved from https://nvlvet.com.ua/index.php/food/article/view/3305
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Technological ensuring of production, processing of products of animal origin