Effects of fermented potato protein supplementation in drinking water on growth performance, carcass characteristics, small intestinal morphology and expression of IGF-1 and GHR genes in the liver of broiler chickens

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.B-1102    | Article Id: B-1102 | Page : 622-627
Citation :- Effects of fermented potato protein supplementation in drinking water on growth performance, carcass characteristics, small intestinal morphology and expression of IGF-1 and GHR genes in the liver of broiler chickens.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2019.(53):622-627
S. Lertpimonpan, C. Rakangthong, C. Bunchasak and W. Loongyai wiriyal@yahoo.com
Address : Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture at Kasetsart University, Bangkok-10900, Thailand.
Submitted Date : 1-02-2019
Accepted Date : 10-04-2019

Abstract

We investigated the effects of fermented potato protein (FPP), supplied through drinking water, on growth performance of broiler chickens. A total of 288 male broiler chickens were divided into two groups: a control group and an experimental group supplemented with 0.01% FPP in drinking water. The FPP group had a significantly higher BWG and ADG (P<0.01) and significantly improved FCR (P<0.05). The percentage of breast was significantly higher (P<0.05) in fermented potato protein (FPP) group. The FPP group had an increased villus height (P<0.05) in duodenum and jejunum. Expression of IGF-1 gene in the liver was significantly higher in the FPP group than in the control group (P<0.05), whereas GHR gene expression did not differ between the groups at 37 days. This study suggests that FPP supplementation in drinking water improves growth performance of broiler chickens by stimulating IGF-1 gene expression in the liver and improving the intestinal morphology.

Keywords

Broiler chickens Fermented potato protein Gene expression Growth hormone receptor (GHR) Insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) Intestinal morphology.

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