MINERAL COMPOSITION OF LIVER OF BULLS THAT ARE AT ELEVATED CADMIUM DIET AND USE OF BIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES


  • N. Vaseruk Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies named after S.Z. Gzhytskyj, Lviv
  • M. Paska Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies named after S.Z. Gzhytskyj, Lviv
  • H. Koval Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies named after S.Z. Gzhytskyj, Lviv
Keywords: liver, cadmium, minerals, chelates, vitamins

Abstract

Research of the  mineral  composition of liver tissue of young  bulls that were  under  adjusted  diet  with  metionate  of  Fe,  Cu,  Zn,  Mn,  Co  was  done.  Higher  concentration of cadmium on 41,3 mcg / kg (55,7 %; P <0.001) was established in the  liver of bulls that received more microelement with feed ration. Lower values of iron content on 1,9 mg / kg (10,4%); copper - on 6.8mg / kg (2,7 times, P<0,001); cobalt - on 0,04 mcg / kg (5,3%); manganese - on 0,23 mg / kg (27,4 %; P<0,01) and calcium -  on 32,0 mg/kg  (10,7%; P<0.001) was determined  in  the  liver  of  animals  of  agricultural company «Bovshivska». The content of zinc, conversely, was higher - at  5,8 mg / kg (27.6%; P <0.01) The highest reduction of cadmium and the increase of  the level of biotic microelements and calcium was found when added to the diet of  animals  metalloorganic  premix,  alone  and  in  combination  with  injections  of  tryvitamin 

 

Author Biographies

N. Vaseruk, Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies named after S.Z. Gzhytskyj, Lviv
Candidate of veterinary sciences, associate professor
M. Paska, Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies named after S.Z. Gzhytskyj, Lviv
Doctor of veterinary sciences, associate professor
H. Koval, Lviv National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies named after S.Z. Gzhytskyj, Lviv
Candidate of veterinary sciences, associate professor

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Published
2015-04-03
How to Cite
Vaseruk, N., Paska, M., & Koval, H. (2015). MINERAL COMPOSITION OF LIVER OF BULLS THAT ARE AT ELEVATED CADMIUM DIET AND USE OF BIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Food Technologies, 17(1), 165-171. Retrieved from https://nvlvet.com.ua/index.php/food/article/view/3306
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Technological ensuring of production, processing of products of animal origin