THE IMPACT OF TREATMENT WITH INSULIN ON THE COMPOSITION OF PANCREATIC JUICE ENZYMES IN CHICKEN ORGANISM

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII
Written by Florentina Claudia DUMITRACHE, Monica MARIN, Cristina PANDELE

The experiment was performed on seven weeks old chickens. Experimental and control groups have been made. The insulin was administrated in a dose of 4.00 U.I./kg body weight, once a day. The treatment was performed for 8 day and the chickens were periodically weighted. The pancreatic juice was obtained in an acute experiment. Than, pancreatic juice was volumetric measured and the flow of trypsine and amylase was measured too. The results were statistically processed and the means and standard error of means were calculated. The statistic significance differences of the means between control and experimental group was searched by Student test. Following the experimental treatment of insulin on chickens, these results were obtained: 1. Insulin induced a juice flow of 387.5 microliter/kg body weight/30 minutes, insignificantly increased versus the control group. 2. Insulin increased the flow of pancreatic juice amylase and trypsine; that could explain the significant increase of the weight gain.

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Dumitrache F. C., Marin M., Pandele C. 2014, THE IMPACT OF TREATMENT WITH INSULIN ON THE COMPOSITION OF PANCREATIC JUICE ENZYMES IN CHICKEN ORGANISM. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII, ISSN 2285-5774, 146-148.


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