The Effect of Solvent Mikromineral Cu, Fe, and Pb as the Drinking Water to Total Erythrocytes, Erythrocyte size, and Hemoglobin Levels in Chicken (Gallus sp.).

Rahayu, Catur (2011) The Effect of Solvent Mikromineral Cu, Fe, and Pb as the Drinking Water to Total Erythrocytes, Erythrocyte size, and Hemoglobin Levels in Chicken (Gallus sp.). Undergraduate thesis, Biology FMIPA Undip.

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Abstract

Broiler chickens (Gallus sp.) have important economic value because it can produce nutritious food products, especially meat. Efforts to optimize the chicken can be done by utilizing the solution as drinking water mikromineral. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of mikromineral Cu, Pb, and Fe in excessive doses as drinking water is not toxic and can improve productivity as seen from the number of erythrocytes, hemoglobin, and erythrocyte size.The experiment was conducted in the laboratory of Animal Biology, Structure using a completely randomized design. Animal experiments were broiler females amounted to 35 were divided into 7 treatment groups, each containing 5 treatment of animals. The main parameters in this study is the number of erythrocytes, hemoglobin, and erythrocyte size, while supporting parameters were feed intake, consumption of drinking, environmental humidity, and temperature. Data were analyzed by ANOVA at 95% significance level, if significant further test Honestly Significant Difference. Significantly different results obtained in the delivery of Cu and Fe to the number of erythrocytes and is able to increase the number of erythrocyte, Cu, Fe, and Pb to increase consumption of drinking, and Cu can increase feed consumption, whereas the hemoglobin level and erythrocyte size showed no significant different results.The conclusion of this research is providing solutions mikromineral Cu, Pb, and Fe in excessive doses as drinking water has no toxic effect and can increase productivity so that it can be used as an alternative in the management of drinking waterin poultry.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:Q Science > Q Science (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Science and Mathematics > Department of Biology
ID Code:27254
Deposited By:Mr. Biologi Admin
Deposited On:04 May 2011 13:25
Last Modified:04 May 2011 13:25

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