Investigation of the Effects of Some Herbal Extremely Serum Uric Acid Level Added in Drinking Waters in Brolier under Heat Stress
Objective: Uric acid is the last product of purine metabolism and a protective antioxidant against the oxidative stress. The clinical picture is an important diagnostic parameter, serum uric acid; gut disease, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, stroke, kidney and cardiovascular disease. On the other hand, with changes in protein
and amino acid metabolism of living beings exposed to heat stress, protein degradation increases rapidly and serum uric acid levels increase. This study was undertaken to investigate the effects of Eucalytus glabutus labii (eucalyptus), Tymus vulgaris (thyme), Cymbopogon nardus (lemon grass) and Syzgium aromaticum
(clove) plants, which were added at different doses to the drinking water of broilers under temperature stress, (EOM) on the serum uric acid level.
Materials and methods: In this study, Ross-308 male broiler chicks were used as animal material for 400 days. In each group, there will be 50 animals, and 8 different groups will be grouped as 10 in each segment. The study lasted for 42 days by dividing into 5 subgroups to be applied to 22°C stressed and 36°C stressed groups (control, EOM (essential oil mixture) -250, EOM-500, EOM-750. At the end of the trial, 10 animals randomly selected from each group after the application of 80 animals cervical dislocation methods, the level of uric acid in blood serum samples was examined.
Findings: The serum uric acid levels in the experimental groups were 8.04, 11.84, 7.92, 7.96 mg/dl at 22°C and 7.42, 4.66, 12.30, 8.76 mg/dl respectively in the broiler group at 36°C stress.
Results: In the study, EOM-250 ml/1000 doses of EOM-500 ml/1000 lt doses of EOM-500 ml/1000 lt doses were increased in stressed groups at 36°C while the addition of EOM was not statistically different at different doses to drinking water at 22°C stress (p<0.05).