SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

Article References

BAYRAKTAR, H. et al. Effects of oxidised oil and vitamin E on performance and some blood traits of heat-stressed male broilers. S. Afr. j. anim. sci. [online]. 2011, vol.41, n.3, pp. 288-296. ISSN 0375-1589.

    Altan, O., Altan, A., Oguz, I., Pabuccuoglu, A. & Konyalioglu, S., 2000. Effects of heat stress on growth, some blood variables and lipid oxidation in broilers exposed to high temperature at an early age. Br. Poult. Sci. 41, 489-493. [ Links ]

    Altan, O., Pabuccuoglu, A., Altan, A., Konyalioglu, S. & Bayraktar, H., 2003. Effect of heat stress on oxidative stress, lipid peroxidation and some stress parameters in broilers. Br. Poult. Sci. 44, 545-550. [ Links ]

    Asghar, A., Lin, C.F., Gray, J.I., Buckley, D.J., Booren, A.M., Crackel, R.L. & Flegal, C.J., 1989. Influence of oxidised dietary oil and antioxidant supplementation on membrane-bound lipid stability in broiler meat. Br. Poult. Sci. 30, 815-823. [ Links ]

    Barja, G., Cadenas, S., Rojas, C., Perez-Campa, R., Lopez-Torres, M., Prat, J. & Pamplona, R., 1996. Effect of dietary vitamin E levels on fatty acid profiles and nonenzymatic lipid peroxidation in the guinea pig liver. Lipids 31, 963-970. [ Links ]

    Cabel, M.C., Waldroup, P.W., Shermer, W.D. & Calabotta, D.F., 1988. Effect of ethoxyquin feed preservative and peroxide level on broiler performance. Poult. Sci. 67, 1725-1730. [ Links ]

    CIE, 1986. Colorimetry. 2nd ed. Publication CIE No. 15.2. Vienna, Austria. [ Links ]

    Coetzee, G.J.M. & Hoffman, L.C., 2001. Effects of dietary vitamin E on the performance and quality of broiler meat during refrigerated and frozen storage. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci. 31, 153-172. [ Links ]

    Davies, K.J.A., 2000. Oxidative stress, antioxidant defences, and damage removal, repair, and replacement systems. Life 50, 279-289. [ Links ]

    Dibner, J.J., Atwell, C.A., Kitchell, M.L., Shermer, W.D. & Ivey, F.J., 1996. Feeding of oxidised fats to broilers and swine: effect on enterocyte turnover, hepatocyte proliferation and the gut associated lymphoid tissue. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 62, 1-13. [ Links ]

    Eder, K., 1999a. The effect of an oxidised dietary oil on plasma cholesterol and thyroid hormone concentrations in miniature pigs fed on a hyperlipidaemic diet. J. Anim. Physiol. An. N. 82, 271-281. [ Links ]

    Eder, K., 1999b. The effects of dietary oxidised oil on lipid metabolism in rats. Lipids 34, 717-725. [ Links ]

    Eder, K. & Kirchgessner, M., 1998. The effect of dietary vitamin E supply and moderately oxidised oil on activities of hepatic lipogenic enzymes in rats. Lipids 33, 277-283. [ Links ]

    Eder, K. & Kirchgessner, M., 1999. The effect of a moderately thermoxidised dietary fat on the vitamin E status, the fatty acid composition of tissue lipids, and the susceptibility of low-density lipoproteins to lipid peroxidation in rats. Fett/Lipid 101, 178-184. [ Links ]

    Eder, K., Skufca, P. & Brandsch, C., 2002. Thermally oxidised dietary fats increase plasma thyroxin concentrations in rats irrespective of the vitamin E and selenium supply. J. Nutr. 132, 1275-1281. [ Links ]

    Eder, K., Keller, U., Hirche, F. & Brandsch, C., 2003. Thermally oxidised dietary fats increase the susceptibility of rat LDL to lipid peroxidation but not their uptake by macrophages. J. Nutr. 133, 2830-2837. [ Links ]

    Engberg, R.M., Lauridsen, C., Jensen, S.K. & Jakobsen, K., 1996. Inclusion of oxidised vegetable oil in broiler diets: It's influence on nutrient balance and on the antioxidative status of broilers. Poult. Sci. 75, 1003-1011. [ Links ]

    Etches, R.J., John, J.M. & Gibbins, A.M.V., 1995. Behavioural, physiological, neuroendocrine and molecular responses to heat stress. In: Poultry production in hot climates. Ed. Daghir, N.J., CAB International, Nosworthy Way, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8DE UK. [ Links ]

    Faustman, C., Chan, W.K.M., Schaefer, D.M. & Haevens, A., 1998. Beef colour update: The role for vitamin E. J. Anim. Sci. 76, 1019-1026. [ Links ]

    Fei, C.S., 1995. The detrimental effects of feeding oxidised fats to animals. ASA Tech. Bul., P021-1995. [ Links ]

    Gous, R.M. & Morris, T.R., 2005. Nutritional interventions in alleviating the effects of high temperatures in broiler production. Wrld's Poult. Sci. J. 61, 463-475. [ Links ]

    Guo, Y., Tang, Q., Yuan, J. & Jiang, Z., 2001. Effects of supplementation with vitamin E on the performance and the tissue peroxidation of broiler chicks and the stability of thigh meat against oxidative deterioration. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 89, 165-173. [ Links ]

    Halliwell, B., Gutteridge, J.M.C. & Cross, C.E., 1992. Free radicals, antioxidants and human disease: Where are we now? J. Lab. Clin. Med. 119, 589-620. [ Links ]

    Hayam, I., Cogan, U. & Mokady, S., 1995. Dietary oxidised oil and the activity of antioxidant enzymes and lipoprotein peroxidation in rats. Nutr. Res. 15, 1037-1044. [ Links ]

    Hocgraf, E., Cogan, U. & Mokady, S., 2000. Dietary oxidised linoleic acid enhances liver cholesterol biosynthesis and secretion in rats. J. Nutr. Biochem. 11, 176-180. [ Links ]

    Iqbal, M., Cawthon, D., Beers, K., Wideman Jr., R.E. & Bottje, W.G., 2002. Antioxidant enzyme activities and mitochondrial fatty acids in pulmonary hypertension syndrome (PHS) in broilers. Poult. Sci. 81, 252-260. [ Links ]

    Jakobsen, C., 1999. Sensory impact of lipid oxidation in complex food system. Fett/Lipid 101, 484-492. [ Links ]

    Jakobsen, K., Engberg, R.M. & Hartfiel, W., 1993. The biological activity of natural source tocopherols in chickens fed fresh or oxidised fat rich in linoleic acid. Arc. Anim. Nutr. 44, 339-355. [ Links ]

    Jankowski, J., Zdunczyk, Z., Koncicki, A., Juskiewicz, J. & Faruga, A., 2000. The response of turkeys to diets containing oxidised fat of differing degree of oxidation. J. Anim. Feed Sci. 9, 363-370. [ Links ]

    Jankowski, J., Zdunczyk, Z., Juskiewicz, J., Koncicki, A. & Faruga, A., 2001. Einfluβ einer lang-oder kurzfristigen anwendung von lipidperoxiden und von wärmestreβ auf die wachstumsleistung von puten. Arc. Gefl. 65, 1-4. (in German). [ Links ]

    Jensen, C., Engberg, R., Jacobsen, K., Skibsted, L.H. & Bertelsen, G., 1997. Influence of the oxidative quality of dietary oil on broiler meat storage stability. Meat Sci. 47, 211-222. [ Links ]

    Juskiewicz, J., Dlugoszewska, M., Zdunczyk, Z., Krasnodebska-Depta, A., Krefft, B. & Sadowska, J., 2000. The response of rats to long-term feeding with diets containing oxidised fat. 2. Biochemical indicator in the serum, liver, and bone mineralization. J. Anim. Feed. Sci. 9, 149-157. [ Links ]

    Keller, U., Brandsch, C. & Eder, K., 2004. The effect of dietary oxidised fats on the antioxidant status of erythrocytes and their susceptibility to haemolysis in rats and guinea pigs. J. Anim. Physiol. An. N. 88, 59-72. [ Links ]

    Kirunda, D.F.K., Scheideler, S.E. & Mckee, S.R., 2001. The efficacy of vitamin E (DL-α-tocopheryl acetate) supplementation in hen diets to alleviate egg quality deterioration associated with high temperature exposure. Poult. Sci. 80, 1378-1383. [ Links ]

    Lin, C.F., Asghar, A., Gray, J.I., Buckley, D.J., Booren, A.M., Crackel, R.L. & Flegal, C.J., 1989. Effects of oxidised dietary oil and antioxidant supplementation on broiler growth and meat stability. Br. Poult. Sci. 30, 855-864. [ Links ]

    Lin, H., Du, R. & Zhang, Z.Y., 2000. Peroxide status in tissues of heat-stressed broilers. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci. 13, 1347-1498. [ Links ]

    Maraschiello, C., Sarraga, C. & Regueiro, J.A.G., 1999. Glutathione peroxidase activity, t-bars, and alpha-tocopherol in meat from chickens fed different diets. J. Agr. Food Chem. 47, 867-872. [ Links ]

    Mercier, Y., Gatellier, P., Viau, M., Remignon, H. & Renerre, M., 1998. Effects of dietary fat and vitamin E on colour stability and on lipid and protein oxidation in turkey meat during storage. Meat Sci. 48, 301-318. [ Links ]

    Morrissey, P.A., Sheehy, P.J.A., Galvin, K., Kerry, J.P. & Buckley, D.J., 1998. Lipid stability in meat and meat products. Meat Sci. 49, 73-86. [ Links ]

    Narasimhamurthy, K. & Raina, P.L., 1999. Long term feeding effects of heated and fried oils on lipids and lipoproteins in rats. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 195, 143-153. [ Links ]

    Naumann, C. & Bassler, R., 1993. Die chemische Untersuchung von Futtermitteln, (Darmstadt, VDLUFA-Verlag). (in German). [ Links ]

    Puthpongsiriporn, U., Scheideler, S.E., Sell, J.L. & Beck, M.M., 2001. Effects of vitamin E and C supplementation on performance, in vitro lymphocyte proliferation, and antioxidant status of laying hens during heat stress. Poult. Sci. 80, 1190-1200. [ Links ]

    SAS, 1985. Statistical Analysis Systems user's guide (5th ed.). SAS Institute Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. [ Links ]

    Satoh, K., 1978. Serum lipid peroxide in cerebrovascular disorders determined by a new colorimetric method. Clin. Chim. Acta 90, 37-43. [ Links ]

    Shaaban, G., Mezes, M. & Hidas, A., 2003. Phenotypic variation in glutathione peroxidase activity in different genotypes of different age groups of chicken and its correlation with some production traits. Arch. Geflugelkd. 67, 217-224. [ Links ]

    Sheehy, P.J.A., Morrissey, P.A. & Flynn, A., 1993. Influence of heated vegetable oils and α- tocopheryl acetate supplementation on α- tocopherol, fatty acids and lipid peroxidation in chicken muscle. Br. Poult. Sci. 34, 367-381. [ Links ]

    Sheehy, P.J.A., Morrissey, P.A. & Flynn, A., 1994. Consumption of thermally-oxidised sunflower oil by chicks reduces α-tocopherol status and increases susceptibility of tissues to lipid oxidation. Br. J. Nutr. 71, 53-65. [ Links ]

    Surai, P.F., 2003. Natural antioxidants in avian nutrition and reproduction. Nottingham University Press. [ Links ]

    Tabatabaei, S.R.F., 2008. The effects of oral vitamin induction and consequence of experimental diabetes mellitus in rats. Pakistan J. Biol. Sci. 11, 633-637. [ Links ]

    TS, 1991. Turkish Standard Institute. Animal feeds determination of metabolisable energy (chemical method), Publ. No. 9610, 1-3 (in Turkish). [ Links ]

    TS, 2006. Turkish Standard Institute. Animal and vegetable fats and oils-determination of peroxide value. TS EN ISO 3960, Ankara-Turkey (in Turkish). [ Links ]

    Wang, S.Y., Bottje, W.G., Maynard, P., Dibner, J. & Shermer, W., 1997. Effects of santoquin and oxidised fat on liver and intestinal glutathione in broilers. Poult. Sci. 76, 961-967. [ Links ]

    Wideman, J., 1986. Antinutritional factors associated with dietary fats and oils. In: Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition. Eds Haresign, W. & Cole, D.J.A., London, Butterworths. pp. 47-75. [ Links ]

    Yagi, K., 1984. Assay for blood plasma or serum. Methods in Enzymology 105, 328-331. [ Links ]

    Yu, B.P., 1994. Cellular defences against damage from react oxygen species. Phys. Rev. 74, 139-162. [ Links ]

    Zdunczyk, Z., Juskiewicz, J., Dlugoszewska, M., Frejnagel, S. & Koncicki, A., 2000. The response of rats to long term feeding with diets containing oxidised fat. 1. Thermooxidative changes of fat, body weight gain, feed consumption and utilisation of diets. J. Anim. Feed. Sci. 9, 139-148. [ Links ]

    Zdunczyk, Z., Jankowski, J. & Koncicki, A., 2002. Growth performance and physiological state of turkeys fed diets with higher content of lipid oxidation products, selenium, vitamin E and vitamin A. Wrld's Poult. Sci. J. 58, 357-364. [ Links ]

    Zhu, L.G. & Brewer, M.S., 1999. Relationship between instrumental and sensory color evaluation in a raw, fresh beef and chicken model system. J. Muscle Foods 10, 131-146. [ Links ]