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EFFECT OF DIETARY NICKEL SUPPLEMENTATION ON CONTENT OF MINERAL ELEMENTS IN RABBIT TESTES
Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences
This study reports the effect of dietary nickel (Ni) on the accumulation of magnesium (Mg), potassium (K) and copper (Cu) in testes of rabbits. Broiler rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) of experimental groups were fed a granular mixture with addition of various concentrations of Ni (E1 – 17.5 g NiCl2 per 100 kg of feed mixture, group E2 - 35.0 g NiCl2 per 100 kg of feed mixture). Group of rabbits withou Ni addition served as control (C). After the 90-days experimental period biological materialdoaj:b78962319c2d4f7fb6064baa70ae22bd fatcat:a2g6ikmutvc6zh3iywqubfrhba