Efecto de la harina de ajo y cebolla sobre la respuesta inmunológica en pollos de engorde

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https://doi.org/10.51431/par.v3i2.703

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Cebolla, harina de ajo, pollos de engorde, respuesta inmunológica

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Objetivos: Evaluar el efecto de la harina de ajo y cebolla en la dieta sobre la respuesta inmunológica en pollos de engorde. Metodología: Se utilizaron 150 pollos machos de carne de la línea Cobb 500. Las aves se distribuyeron al azar en tres grupos con cinco replicaciones y cada replicación con diez pollos. Los tratamientos fueron: T0: Control negativo, sin Antibióticos Promotores del Crecimiento (APC); T1: Control positivo, con APC (Enramicina 8%); T2: Harina de ajo + cebolla (0,75% + 0,75%). Las variables de respuesta inmunológica fueron, peso de los órganos linfoides (bazo, timo y bolsa de Fabricio) y respuesta humoral (niveles de anticuerpos). Se utilizó el análisis de varianza de un diseño completamente al azar y la prueba de Tukey para evaluar los datos. Resultados: No se encontraron diferencias significativas (P>0,05) en el peso de los órganos linfoides ni en la respuesta humoral, al comparar los tres tratamientos. El peso de los órganos linfoides y la respuesta humoral presentaron una gran variabilidad. Conclusiones: La harina de ajo y cebolla no influyó sobre el peso de los órganos linfoides y niveles de anticuerpos en pollos de engorde.

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Velásquez, C. R., Vega-Vilca, J. F., Pujada, H. N., & Airahuacho, F. E. (2021). Efecto de la harina de ajo y cebolla sobre la respuesta inmunológica en pollos de engorde. Peruvian Agricultural Research, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.51431/par.v3i2.703

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