Anuraga Jayanegara

Anuraga Jayanegara
Bogor Agricultural University | IPB · Department of Nutrition and Feed Technology

PhD

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Introduction
I am a professor in the Department of Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, Faculty of Animal Science, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia. I pursued my education in Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia (B.Sc), University of Hohenheim, Germany (M.Sc), Polytechnic University of Catalunya, Spain (PgDip), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland (PhD), and Ghent University, Belgium (International Training).
Additional affiliations
March 2021 - present
Bogor Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor
July 2016 - February 2021
Bogor Agricultural University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
August 2015 - November 2015
Surya University
Position
  • Guest Lecturer
Description
  • Delivering lectures on nutritional biochemistry and metabolism
Education
October 2013 - December 2013
Ghent University
Field of study
  • Dairy Nutrition
April 2010 - October 2010
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Field of study
  • Modeling in Ecology and Natural Resource Management
December 2008 - September 2011
ETH Zurich
Field of study
  • Animal Nutrition

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Publications (283)
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of dietary selenium supplementation (organic and inorganic) on carcass characteristics and meat quality in ruminants. The data sources for this meta-analysis originated from several databased (Scopus, PubMed, and Google Scholar), searched for the keywords: “selenium”, “supplementation”, “meat”...
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Synthetic antioxidants are created through artificial synthesis, whereas natural antioxidants are created through natural synthesis in plants, animals, and microbes. Although synthetic antioxidants have been used previously, there has been a growing need in recent years for natural antioxidants, largely due to the negative consequences of synthetic...
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Objective: This study was conducted to evaluate the use of Megasphaera elsdenii as a probiotic on rumen fermentation, production performance, carcass traits and health of ruminants by integrating data from various related studies using meta-analysis. Methods: A total of 32 studies (consisted of 136 data points) were obtained and integrated into...
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Several agricultural by-products such as cacao pod husk (CPH) and oil palm frond (OPF) are under-utilized by humans. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the fiber composition of CPH and OPF after being treated by solid-state fermentation (SFF) and black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) rearing. Several fungi species, of Phanerocheate chrysosporium (PC...
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This study aims to evaluate the influence of dietary levels Selenium (Se) organic and inorganic on the performance and egg quality of laying hen by employing a meta-analysis method. A database was built from published studies that have reported on the addition of various levels of Se laying hen diets and then monitored performance and egg quality....
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Food processing industries have been produced large amounts of waste consisting of peels, seeds, and some other fruit residues. Fruit peels contain phenolic compounds so it has the potential to be used as raw materials in the phytopharmaceutical extraction industry. This study aimed to evaluate the potential use of fruits by-products after the phen...
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Prediction models for enteric methane (CH4) emissions from beef cattle proposed by various groups may not perform with similar accuracy for the low- and middle-income countries in South-east Asia (SE-Asia) because beef cattle in these countries are raised under different climatic conditions with diverse feeding systems, and have different CH4 emiss...
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Transportation causes sheep to experience stress and body weight loss due to physical stress during the process. This study aimed to evaluate the administration of protected methionine hydroxy analog (MHA) or dextrose before transportation on body weight loss, physiological responses, and post-transportation behaviours of sheep. The study used 42 t...
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Urea has been utilized as a non-protein nitrogen supplement for ruminants due to its affordable price, abundantly available, easy to use, and positively affect microbial protein synthesis in the rumen. However, urea have a weakness since it is rapidly converted into ammonia in the rumen and may lead to nitrogen loss and even ammonia toxicity. Devel...
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Heat Moisture Treatment (HMT) is a physical starch modification method, which one of its purposes is to change resistant starch (RS) level. Previous studies found that amylose content could increase RS level with HMT. Using a meta-analysis approach, this study evaluated the effect of amylose content on RS level of various carbohydrate sources using...
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The broiler sector's fundamental constraint is feed efficiency; many feed additives have been widely employed to increase broiler growth. Nonetheless, some of these substances exacerbate health and animal-based food product safety concerns. This meta-analysis examines clay minerals' impact on broiler chickens’ performance, alkaline phosphatase (ALP...
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Perbedaan komponen kimia pakan ternak dapat memengaruhi nilai nutrisi hewan ternak ruminansia. Untuk menentukan komposisi kimia dan nutrisi yang dihasilkan oleh pakan ternak tersebut perlu dilakukan analisis di laboratorium. Sebagai alternatif, pada penelitian ini estimasi nutrisi pakan ruminansia berdasarkan komposisi kimia pakan dilakukan menggun...
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This experiment aimed to evaluate chemical composition, in vitro rumen fermentation, digestibility, and methane emissions of forages including bede grass, gamal (Gliricidia sepium), Indigofera, lamtoro (Leucaena leucocephala), elephant grass, mini elephant grass and Thai elephant grass. Forage samples were dried at 60oC for 24 hours, then ground to...
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Studies on biopolymer‐based films incorporating ZnO nanoparticles (ZnO‐NPs) have been widely developed. However, results vary between studies, with some studies showing positive outcomes that may improve film properties and others showing opposite results. Moreover, the differences in the parameters of ZnO‐NPs, such as shape, size, concentration le...
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Background and Aim: The quality of frozen bull sperm after thawing is influenced by the primary diluent and antioxidant. This meta-analysis was conducted to determine the effect of supplementing L-cysteine and its group analogs on the quality of frozen bull sperm. Materials and Methods: A total of 22 articles obtained from Google Scholar and Scopus...
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A meta-analysis was performed to examine the dietary inclusion of marine macroalgae species to target methane (CH 4) reduction from ruminant animals and the effects on rumen fermentation and animal performance. A literature search was conducted from global scientific databases, resulting in 25 in vitro and 22 in vivo studies eligible to be integrat...
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A meta-analysis was performed to investigate the effect of different sources and levels of dietary fibre-rich ingredients on the growth performance, foie gras quality, and its fatty acid profile in geese. Peer-reviewed articles were strictly evaluated, and selected according to the protocols of the Systematic Review for Laboratory Animal Experiment...
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Fitriana EL, Jayanegara A, Astuti DA, Laconi EB. 2022. Growth performance and nutrient composition of black soldier fly larvae reared on solid-state fermentation substrates with various white rot fungi. Biodiversitas 23: 4894-4905. This study examines agricultural byproducts fermented with various rot fungi as a substrate of black soldier fly larva...
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Enzymes supplementation in broiler feeding is commonly applied to optimize animal feed utilization and reduce feed production costs. One of the enzymes widely used in the broiler industry is xylanase which breaks down complex fibrous compounds in feed, such as nonstarch polysaccharides, to simpler utilizable sugar molecules. However, the effects of...
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Extracts of Acacia and Quebracho have been used as a feed additive in ruminant diets; the effects, however, have been varied. This study used a meta‐analysis approach to evaluate the use of those extracts on nutrient utilization, performance, and methane production of ruminants. A database was developed from 37 published papers comprising 152 dieta...
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Citation: Darmawan A, Hermana W, Suci DM, Mutia R, Sumiati S, Jayanegara A, Ozturk E. Dietary Phytogenic Extracts Favorably Influence Productivity, Egg Quality, Blood Constituents, Antioxidant and Immunological Parameters of Laying Hens: A Meta-Analysis. Animals. 2022; 12(17):2278. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12172278
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The present study aimed to assess the impact of dietary phytogenic extracts on laying hen productivity, egg quality, blood constituents, antioxidant, and immunological parameters through a meta-analytical approach. A total of 28 articles (119 data points) reporting the influence of dietary phytogenic extracts on the productive performance, egg qual...
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There have been many kinds of research about nanocellulose isolation and its characterization. However, there are gaps in quantitative conclusion according to previous findings about the difference effects of the isolation method on nanocellulose properties. In this study, a meta-analysis was carried out from 28 scientific journals and gathered 404...
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Citation: Anggraeni A.S., Jayanegara A., Laconi E.B., Kumalasari N.R., Sofyan A. (2022): Marine by-products and insects as a potential chitosan source for ruminant feed additives. Czech J. Anim. Sci. Abstract: Chitosan is a hydrophilic polysaccharide produced from chitin that has a wide range of applications. Chitosan has several functions as an an...
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Article Info Importance of the work: The demand for maize is increasing every year. Sorghum is well-known as a replacement feed for broiler chickens. Objectives: To evaluate the effect of dietary sorghum inclusion (by replacing maize) in a broiler chicken diet on the production performance, mineral calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) tibia content, int...
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Autoclaving-cooling is a common starch modification method to increase the resistant starch (RS) content. The effect of this method varies depending on the type of crop and treatment condition used. The objectives of this study were to verify the autoclaving-cooling treatment based on a meta-analysis result and to evaluate the physicochemical prope...
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Fiber is one of the essential nutrients for broiler chickens. This meta-analysis was carried out to investigate the impacts of fiber fraction ratio on broiler chickens growth performance, digestive characteristics, and nutritional digestibility. The database was compiled from 15 publications reports on the addition of fiber sources in broilers feed...
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Objective The present study aimed to quantify the effects of fermented soybean meal (FSBM) on broiler chickens’ performance by employing a meta-analysis approach. Methods A total of 16 studies were included in the database after being systematically selected using a PRISMA protocol. Hedges’ g effect size was used to quantify pooled standardized mea...
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Fishmeal, as one of the main protein sources, has become scarce and expensive. This conventional protein source is no longer considered sustainable. As an alternative, black soldier fly (BSF) is a popular non-conventional protein source that has been tested in the formulation of aquafeed to replace fishmeal due to its nutritional value, reasonably...
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Edible films (EF) are continuously developed as food packaging alternatives due to their biodegradable properties. EF can be made from polysaccharides, proteins, lipids, and composite components. The use of raw materials certainly affects the properties of EF. Some studies reported that mammalian gelatin films were significantly different from fish...
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Infestation of gastrointestinal nematodes to livestock may cause a loss in production performance and under severe condition may lead to death. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of plant extract additions on larval inhibition and mortality of gastrointestinal nematodes. A total of nine articles that comprised of 16 data points were integrate...
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Methane emission from ruminants can be mitigated with supplementation of medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) such as lauric acid that present in coconut oil. However, the effects of coconut oil supplementation on in vitro rumen fermentation and methane emission have been varied. This study was conducted to examine the effect of dietary coconut oil supp...
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Palm oil is an abundant source of oil in Indonesia and some other tropical countries. This research aimed to investigate the effect of palm oil supplementation levels on in vitro rumen fermentability by integrating data from various related studies. The data used were 40 data points from 13 studies which reported different levels of palm oil supple...
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Background Tannins are a group of phenolic compounds that can modify the rumen biohydrogenation (BH) of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), but to date results obtained have been inconsistent. This study therefore aims to conduct a meta-analysis of the scientific literature related to the effects of tannins on rumen BH and fermentation. Methods A...
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The major goal of this study was to see how adding swimming crab shell to dietary feed affected in vitro gas production and fermentation of feed in ruminal fluid Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with five treatments and four replications was arranged on this research. The treatments are RJ0 as control negative (0% of SCS supplementation of DM), R...
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The aim of this research was to evaluate the effects of feeding fermented sago waste on production performance and nutrient digesbility of male kacang goats. The study employed a randomized block design, with 4 dietary treatments, i.e, of Field Grass (FG), Fermented Sago Waste (FSW) and Concentrate. The treatments were: T0 = 60% FG + 0% FSW + conce...
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Pemalsuan dedak padi terjadi cukup tinggi karena harga dedak padi yang mahal. Kualitas dedak padi yang bercampur sekam dapat menurun karena kandungan serat kasar dan lignin bersifat anti-nutrisi. Kandungan lignin dapat diestimasi dengan tekstur citra dedak padi yang bercampur sekam. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melakukan analisis tekstur pada cit...
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Dedak padi yang mengandung sekam akan mengalami penurunan kualitas. Penurunan kualitas dedak sebagai pakan akan mengakibatkan penurunan kualitas ternak. Kandungan sekam dapat diukur berdasarkan kandungan lignin yang dapat diestimasi menggunakan reaksi pewarnaan di laboratorium. Dedak padi yang mengandung sekam akan berwarna merah jika terendam dala...
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The main goal of broiler breeders management is producing fertilized egg that can be hatched and to generate hatching eggs that will result in saleable chicks. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effects supplementation of Nutricell HyC® (combination of 25OHD3 and vitamin C) with various levels on the fertility of broiler breeders. Thi...
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The objective of this study was to analyze the active compound of Garcinia mangostana (GME) and Andrographis paniculata (APE) extracts and the effectiveness of these extracts against aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) which had contaminated corn. The experimental design of this study was a completely randomized factorial design. Factor A was the addition of extra...
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The aim of this research was to prepare moderate protein diet and evaluate its quality to increase maggot productivity. This research was conducted from the egg stage to the pre-pupae stage. One gram of larval eggs was used for each replication. The substrates used were fruit waste, household waste, and concentrate diet. This study used a completel...
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Total mixed rations (TMR) containing conventional forage sorghum (Pahat), brown mid rib (BMR) forage sorghum (G5), or green midrib (GMR) forage sorghum (G8) were fed to local lambs to determine the effect on digestibility, performance and ruminal fermentation. Fifteen ewe lambs (aged < 1 year) with average live weight of 15±0.50 kg were assigned to...
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This study aimed to evaluate the effects of various organic substrates on the performance and nutrients of black soldier fly larvae through a meta-analysis. A database was developed from published articles regarding black soldier fly larvae substrates. The substrates were categorized into four groups, i.e., animal feed, food waste, manure, and othe...
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The main goal of broiler breeders management is producing fertilized egg that can be hatched and to generate hatching eggs that will result in saleable chicks. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effects supplementation of Nutricell HyC® (combination of 25OHD3 and vitamin C) with various levels on the fertility of broiler breeders. Thi...
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Background and Aim: Among several factors, the sperm quality of poultry is affected by the rooster's body size and the availability of antioxidants like vitamin E. This study aimed to determine the effect of dietary vitamin E supplementation on rooster sperm quality through a meta-analysis. Materials and Methods: After verification and evaluation,...
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Background and Aim: As a non-protein nitrogen source, urea is a popular, low cost, and easily obtained protein supplement. The objective of the present study was to perform a meta-analysis of the effects of urea supplementation on rumen fermentation and sheep performance. Materials and Methods: A total of 32 experiments from 21 articles were compil...
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Leech has been used as a medical device in health therapy all over the world. Leech saliva contains many active compounds which have antioxidant, antimicrobial and anticoagulant properties and bring health benefits. On the other hand, mastitis in dairy animals is an important disease-causing great economic loss. Control of this disease can be done...
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Annealing is one of starch physical modification techniques that can increase resistant starch (RS) content. However, the effect of annealing on RS varies based on botanical sources. Starch crystal type and relative crystallinity are two important characteristics of starch. This study aimed to compare the influence of annealing on starch crystallin...
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This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of propolis extract as a natural preservative for livestock products in term of chemical and microbiological characteristics by meta-analysis. The stages carried out in this study were identification, selection, checking suitability, and the resulting selected articles were used in the meta-analysis. T...
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A systematic review and meta-regression were done to investigate the effect of using peptide as a replacement of antibiotic growth promoters on pig. A dataset was created based on an algorithm for peer-reviewed articles published from 2004 to 2019. The peer-reviewed published articles were evaluated strictly following the eligibility criteria for i...
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Black (BTL) or green (GTL) tea and their spent tea (STL) leaves can be used as natural dietary additives for ruminants. Experiment 1 used a 3 × 2 × 2 factorial arrangement, with four replicates (n = 4) to test the effects of three different inclusions of tea leaves at 0 (control), 50, and 100 g/kg DM of two different tea types (BTL and GTL) in two...
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Spent green and black tea leaf silage (GTS and BTS, respectively) was offered as a protein supplement to goats to examine in vivo digestibility, nitrogen balance, urinary excretion of purine derivatives, and ruminal fermentation. Four castrated goats were fed a basal diet supplemented with alfalfa hay cube (AHC), GTS, or BTS in a 4 × 4 Latin square...
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Chitosan (CHI) has been used as a feed additive in ruminant diets, but the effects obtained to date have been varied. This study aimed to evaluate the dietary addition of CHI on performance, nutrient utilization, and product characteristics of ruminants by using a meta-analysis approach. A total of 15 articles that composed of 21 studies and 57 dat...
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Soil can be contaminated by the accumulation of heavy metals and metalloids through emissions from rapidly developing industrial areas. Due to the possibility of chemical change (speciation) and their bioavailability, the presence of toxic metals in the soil can greatly inhibit the biodegradation of organic contaminants. The researchers aimed to an...
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Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) is formed by the arginine and glycine that are catalysed by arginine:glycine amidinotransferase in the kidney. In the liver, GAA is methylated by s-adenosyl methionine and converted to creatine, then deposited into muscle as energy supply. This meta-analysis was done by integrating 20 articles from various journals. Suppl...
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The aim of this study was to determine the effect of coating urea by chitosan at graded levels on ammonia concentration and rumen fermentation in vitro. This study used Factorial Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) to test ammonia parameter and Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) for pH, microbial protein synthesis, dry matter and organic m...
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Condensed tannins (CT) and hydrolyzable tannins (HT) are secondary metabolites substances that are widely proposed as safe additives to improve protein utilization in ruminants. This study aimed to investigate the effect of tannins extracted from acacia and chestnut on the degradation kinetics of ensiled and non-ensiled soy sauce residue (SSR) in s...
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Black Soldier Fly (BSF, Hermetia illucens ) is an insect species that potentially can be used as a protein source for broiler nutrition. This study aimed to evaluate different inclusion level of BSF on broiler performance and blood metabolites by integrating various data from related studies using meta-analysis. Total of 12 studies that comprised o...
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The review conducted to Introduction to a systematic review and meta-analysis in Indonesia nutrition poultry: case study in feed additive. A review on the table showed the origin phase research and introduction in Indonesia (representatives for animal sciences) both meta-analyses and probiotic. The result showed first generation origin of probiotic...
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The objective of this meta-analysis was to elucidate whether there are general underlying effects of dietary tannin extract supplementation on rumen fermentation, digestibility, methane production, performance, as well as N utilisation in ruminants. A total of 70 papers comprised of 348 dietary treatments (from both in vivo and in situ studies) wer...
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This meta-analysis was conducted to investigate the effect of dietary propolis supplementation on broiler performance, carcass characteristics, and nutrient digestibility evaluated at the starter and finisher phases. An online literature search was conducted using scientific platforms of Science Direct, PubMed, and Google Scholar to identify the st...
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Urea is a source of Non-Protein Nitrogen (NPN). The utilization of urea in the ration is useful for increasing digestibility, dry matter intake, and increasing protein content. This study aims to compare the utilization of conventional urea and Slow Release Urea (SRU) to reduce ammonia concentration by in vivo study using meta-analysis. A total of...
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This study evaluated the effects of supplementation M. elsdenii on rumen fermentation and lactic acid concentration in vivo by integrating data from various related studies using a meta-analysis. A database was developed by integrating data from 72 treatments that originated from 17 articles. The parameters integrated were lactic acid concentration...