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Mona S. Zaki1; Mohamed, M. I2; Nabilaa EI-Batraway3 and Awadaalah, I. M2
1Department of Hydrobiology,
National Research Center. Egypt
2 Department of Animal and poultry Nutrition, National Research Center. Egypt
3 Department of Microbiology, Animal Reproduction Research Institute. El-Haram, Egypt
Abstract: Fifteen goats with average body weight (15-25 kg) were used to determine the effect of cholesterol level on goat. They were divided into 3 equal groups; group 1(control), and group "2&3" (tested group). The effect of administration of high level of corn and corn with titanium ascorbate to group "2&3". After 21 days hematological changes moncytosis and lymphocytosis in goat blood were detected, as well as highly increases of cholesterol, trigylcerides, phospholipids and calcium level in goat blood. These hematological and biochemical parameters were corrected by administration of titanium ascorbate (5g/head) as showen in-group 3. The animals of each group had been penned individually to carryout the digestion trials which lasted for 21 days. The goats raised on diet contain corn (group 2) and supplemented with titanium, consumed high amount of ration and nutrient compared with control group. It was observed that the digestibility of all nutrients in group 2 and 3 was increased significantly in comparable with control group. Highest values of nitrogen balance were recorded in group 2 and group 3 compared with the control group. Microbiological examination showed that, Bacillus species, Proteus sp., Enterococcus, and Micrococcus, Streptococcus pyogenes, and Staphylococcus aureus micro-organisms were isolated from cholestermic goat (group2) isolation before and after administration of Nigella sativa and titanium ascorbate as a trial to detect their antibacterial activity in vivo. Bacterial count was noticed to be decreased after this administration. Moreover, there were changes in the protozoa of the rumen, which increase acetate level, decrease propionate, and butyrate levels. Post mortem examination of internal organs revealed deposition of fats in internal organs, moreover, bones of goat was fragile due to deposition of calcium in internal organs.
[Mona S. Zaki; Mohamed, M. I; Nabilaa EI-Batraway and Awadaalah, I. M. Studies on Baraki Goat experimental exposed to hypercholesterolemia and A trial of treatmen. Life Sci J 2013;10(1):1524-1528] (ISSN:1097-8135). http://www.lifesciencesite.com.
Keyword: Baraki Goat experimental exposed.