Effect of gll. Uropigei exterpation on age-depenent concentracion level of sodium and kalium in blood in hens, quails and muskovy ducks

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The article gives the latests results of modern studies of sodium and kalium concentration level in blood in hens, quails and Muscovy ducks depending on gll. Uropigei functioning. The results of researches allow to conclude that both complete and partial excision of oil glands effect on sodium and kalium content in blood as well as skin microflora composition. It's necessary to mark the correlation between skin microflora composition and metabolic processes in humans. Thus, having analysed the data the A.A. point out the influence of gll. Uropigei secretion on outer tissue microflora in fowl which effect on metabolic processes. There is a correlation between changes picture after oil gland exterpation and fowl species.

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A L Vystavnoy

Omsk State Agricultural University

Email: vystavnoial@mail.ru
Кафедра кормления, физиологии сельскохозяйственных животныхи общей биологии зооинженерного факультетаИнститут ветеринарной медицины; Омский государственный аграрный университет; Omsk State Agricultural University

A J Rjabikov

Omsk State Agricultural University

Email: vystavnoial@mail.ru
Кафедра кормления, физиологии сельскохозяйственных животныхи общей биологии зооинженерного факультетаИнститут ветеринарной медицины; Омский государственный аграрный университет; Omsk State Agricultural University

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