ISSN: 1813-0410

Keywords : Rosemary

The effect of adding(Rose marinusofficinalis)and(thymus vulgaris)to broilersdiet on immuneresponse and some physiological parameters of broilers

Mahdi Abdraba Al-Shuwaili

journal of kerbala university, 2013, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 92-97

This experiment was conducted on 200 unsexed Hubbard Flex chicks of one day old for 42 days. Chicks were randomly divided into 5 groups (40 chick pergroup) and each group consists of two replicates (20 chick pergroup). A grinded leaf of Rosemary and Thyme was supplemented to the ration in different combinations and percentages to investigate their effect on some physiological and immunological characters. Group 1 fed with regulate ration without any supplementation as control group. Group 2, 3, 4 and 5 were fed with the supplementation of 0.25% mixture of Rosemary and Thyme, 0.50% mixture of Rosemary and Thyme, 0.25% of Thyme and 0.50% of Rosemary respectively. No significant effect was found for all groups in antibody titer against NDV and internal organ’sweight; No significant effect was found for all groups in blood pictures (WBCs, RBCs, Hb and PCV).

Prevalence of Cytomegalovirus among pregnant women relation to congenital abnormalities in embryos and children in Wasit province

Rasha Noori Al-shammary; Mahdi Abdraba Al-Shuwaili; a Mahdi Al-Musawi; Raja; Zena Jehad Wally; Ihsan; F.H.AL-Jawhary; Hamieda Edan Salmanand; Hameed Rida Abed; HASSAN MAKTUFF JABER; ZAMAN SAHB MAHDI; Esam M. Mohamed; Hussen Ali Noor; Abbas Ahmed Ali; Khawla J.Tahir; alaa mohammed; FADHIL K. FULIFUL; Rasha Najah Mirzah; Zeid Hassan Abood; Murtadha Mohammed Hussein; AL-Bazii; S.J; AL-Bazii

journal of kerbala university, 2013, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 86-91

Serological examination to detect CMV virus and ultrasound examination to known congenital anomalies in embryos among aborted and pregnant women blood sample of 750 and children blood sample of 36 was carried out in Al – karama hospital and AL-Zahra hospital of Wasit province from January to July 2012. Overall prevalence of CMV (positive cases) was 345 (43.9%). Prevalence of virus increased in age (23-29) and there were highly significantly (P