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Aframomum Chrysanthum Seed Meal Modulated Cytokine Gene Expression and Improved Sensory Attributes of Meat without Altering Feed Efficiency in Meat-Type Chickens

Aframomum Chrysanthum Seed Meal Modulated Cytokine Gene Expression and Improved Sensory Attributes of Meat without Altering Feed Efficiency in Meat-Type Chickens

Philip O. Akporhuarho1, Ufuoma Godstime Sorhue1*, Adimabua Mike Moemeka2, Onyinye Stella Onwumere-Idolor3, Jonathan Ujomu1, Emmanuel Abadah1, Jennfer Aaron1

1Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Delta State University, Abraka, PMB 1 Abraka Nigeria; 2Department of Animal Production, Faculty of Agriculture, Dennis Osadebey University, Asaba, Nigeria; 3Department of Animal Production, Delta State University of Science and Technology Ozoro.

 
*Correspondence | Ufuoma Godstime Sorhue, Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Delta State University, Abraka, PMB 1 Abraka Nigeria; Email: gtsorhue@yahoo.com

Figure 1:

Relative expression of interleukin 10 gene in spleen of broiler chicken fed varying levels of Aframomum Chrysathum seed meal.

Figure 2:

Relative expression of interleukin-1b gene in spleen of broiler chicken fed varying levels of Aframomum Chrysathum seed meal.

Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences

June

Vol. 12, Iss. 6, pp. 994-1205

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