Wpływ fitoncydów na mikroflorę przewodu pokarmowego u drobiu


Joanna Kowalczyk, Bartłomiej Tykałowski, Marcin Śmiałek, Andrzej Koncicki


Suplementy

Narastająca lekooporność drobnoustrojów, coraz sprawniejsze mechanizmy ich oporności oraz coraz większa świadomość społeczeństwa i konsumentów przyczyniają się do ograniczeń w stosowaniu antybiotyków zarówno w medycynie, jak i w medycynie weterynaryjnej. Działania takie doprowadzają do konieczności poszukiwań nowych, niekonwencjonalnych możliwości profilaktyki i terapii chorób zakaźnych występujących u zwierząt. W ostatnich latach zaobserwować można intensywny rozwój produkcji preparatów alternatywnych dla antybiotyków opartych na kwasach organicznych, enzymach paszowych, pre- i probiotykach oraz produktach pochodzenia roślinnego takich jak olejki, ekstrakty czy susze.
 
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