Common Turkish Oregano, European Oregano, Oregano, Pot Marjoram, Wild Marjoram, Wild Oregano
|Enhanced growth performance, alleviated local oxidative stress in intestine, improved production of natural antibodies, and favorably modulated intestinal microbiota composition.
|D Ruan et al., 2021
|80-150 ppm diet
|improved the percentage egg production and egg mass, as well as the external and internal quality of the egg compared with the other treatments. Also improved the yolk color, shell thickness, and shell color, as well as parameters related to the intestinal morphometry.
|S Ramirez et al., 2021
|400 mg/kg of diet
|Showed antioxidant and ameliorating effects to AFs immunosuppression.
|A Shalaby et al., 2016
|300 to 600 mg/kg diet
|exhibited a significantly positive effect on the growth performance, carcass traits and intestinal health of broilers
|Q Peng et al., 2016
|500 ppm of diet
|Beneficial effects on coccidiosis prevention and displayed lower coccidiosis lesions scores.
|M Mohiti-Asli et al., 2015
|0.5 to 1% of diet
|Significantly increased serum enzyme activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD)
|J Park et al., 2015
|0.005 and 0.01% of diet
|Beneficial effects on bird performance as well as humoral and innate immune responses.
|A Gaiai et al., 2016
|2 g/kg of diet
|Improved body weight, positively increased serum igG, number of lactobacilli in the ileum and cecum, and reduced Staphylococcus spp in intestinal tract. Showed promise for improvement of broiler performance, immune function, and contribute to a balanced gut microflora, Essential for the digestion process and protection against enteropathogenic organisms.
|M Pia Franciosini et al., 2016
|24 mg/kg of diet
|Significantly improved egg production and FCR in forced molted Laying hens. Improved liver antioxidant status and mitigated the significant increase in cecal pathogenic bacteria after molt.
|M Bozkurt et al., 2016
|2 g/kg of diet
|antibacterial, Escherichia coli
|seemed to elicit the best response among treatments, enabling better growth performance, enhancing both the quantity and quality of glycoconjugates involved in indirect defence actions and significantly reducing both the coliform and E. coli counts.
|P Scocco et al., 2016
|efficiently controlled Salmonella shedding and reduced cecal persistence.
|P Junior et al., 2014
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