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MODULATION OF PLASMA, BRAIN AND LIVER CHOLINESTRASES ACTIVITY; FATTY ACIDS PROFILE AND PERFORMANCE OF JAPANESE QUAIL BY A MEDICAL DRUG MIXTURE
Journal of Animal and Poultry Production
A total of 120 one day old Japanese quail chicks were used in this experiment. During the first two weeks, all chicks were fed a diet formulated to meet the recommended requirements for the growing quails. Thereafter, chicks were randomly classified into three equal groups (each of 40 chicks). The first and second groups, the treated groups were fed on the basal diet, supplemented with 3.3 and 6.6 mg/ kg /diet of a mixture, containing some chemical drugs i.e. Clidinum, Almitrine, Raubasine anddoi:10.21608/jappmu.2008.217995 fatcat:jp6aoc5wzzfj7ivden3umdhnje