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Title: A method for production of phytomineralsorbent, physical and chemical properties of it, effect on the living systems and the quality of the livestock industry products
Authors: Yakovleva, I. N.
Shaposhnikov, A. A.
Vesenzev, A. I.
Kovaleva, V. U.
Zakirova, L. R.
Keywords: medicine
pharmacology
montmorillonite clay
medicinal plants
metal ascorbates
enterocorbents
opportunistic pathogenic microflora
piglets
blood biochemistry
quality of the livestock industry products
agriculture
animal husbandry
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: A method for production of phytomineralsorbent, physical and chemical properties of it, effect on the living systems and the quality of the livestock industry products / I. N. Yakovleva, A. A. Shaposhnikov, A. I. Vesenzev et al. // Research result: pharmacology and clinical pharmacology. - 2016. - Vol.2, №2(3).-P. 119-124. - DOI : 10.18413/2313-8971-2016-2-2-119-124. - Refer.: p. 124.
Abstract: Numerous experimental studies have shown that the sorption-active substances can clarify the reservoir, soils, drinking municipal water from unwanted impurities with a sufficient degree of effectiveness; eliminate the potentially toxic for health chemicals of different chemical nature from human body. This is ensuring their using in the animal production practice, veterinary medicine and medicine. The main purpose and focus of this study are associated with the solution of problems of the maintaining physiological and biochemical status of live-stock animals. It provides their productivity and biological value of obtained products
URI: http://dspace.bsu.edu.ru/handle/123456789/17482
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