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Zearalenon u drobiu
Magdalena Gajęcka, Maciej Gajęcki

Jednym z problemów, związanych ze stosowaniem materiałów roślinnych w mieszankach paszowych w żywieniu drobiu, jest zanieczyszczenie mikotoksynami. Aflatoksyna, ochratoksyna, trichoteceny (deoksyniwalenol, T-2 i HT-2) fumonizyna i zearalenon (ZEN) to najczęściej spotykane mikotoksyny w materiale roślinnym. Zearalenon często wystepuje wspólnie z deoksyniwalenolem w ziarnach. W tym przeglądzie przedstawiamy najnowsze informacje na temat wpływu ZEN na organizmy drobiu.
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