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Luqman, S., Srivastava, S., Kumar, R., Maurya, A.K. and Chanda, D. (2012) Experimental Assessment of Moringa oleifera Leaf and Fruits for Its Antistress, Antioxidant and Scavenging Potential Using in Vitro and in Vivo Assays. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 81, 12.

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  • TITLE: Efficacy of Moringa oleifera Leaf Supplementation for Enhanced Growth Performance, Haematology and Serum Biochemistry of Rabbits

    AUTHORS: Norah Eid Aljohani, Suha Hashem Abduljawad

    KEYWORDS: Moringa oleifera, Growth Performance, Biochemical Activity, Carcass, Cacum Activity

    JOURNAL NAME: Food and Nutrition Sciences, Vol.9 No.11, November 22, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The present work aimed to define the antioxidant effect of addition graded levels (0 mg (T0), 500 mg (T1), 1000 mg (T2) /Kg diet) of dried M. oleifera leaves (DMOL) during the experimental period for 56 days duration on the productive, hematology and some serum biochemical parameters of fifty-one growing rabbits. The results indicated that the DMOL contents of chlorophyll a, b, vitamin c, vitamin E, total flavonoids, total polyphenols, condensed tannins and phytic acid were (1.09 mg/g DW), (0.34 mg/g DW), (0.95 mg/g), (0.75 mg/g), (5.06 mg/g), (2.32%), (1.72%) and (0.98%), respectively. The result of the final live weight, average daily weight gain (ADWG) and average daily dry matter intake increased significantly with increasing levels of DMOL in diets. Also, the improvement in feed conversion ratio (FCR) was significantly high among the two levels of (DMOL). The serum glucose and urea nitrogen levels significantly decreased as DMOL levels increased. Moreover, there were a significant increase (P P P p > 0.05) different among treatments. On the contrary, significantly (P P P > 0.05) to the values of group T1. There was a significant (P