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Роль антиоксидантов и использование их в животноводстве и птицеводстве (обзор)

https://doi.org/10.30766/2072-9081.2019.20.2.103-117

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В обзорной статье изложена роль антиоксидантов и их использование в качестве добавок в корм для различных видов сельскохозяйственных животных и птицы. Установлено, что защита, которую активируют поступающие антиоксиданты, основана на предотвращении утечки свободных электронов в митохондриях клеток путем очистки промежуточных радикалов витаминами, глутатионами, мочевой кислотой, билирубином, убихинолом и т. д.; восстанавливаются и удаляются поврежденные молекулы и активизируется синтез новых молекул. Кормовые добавки природного происхождения характеризуются высоким содержанием антиоксидантов и применение их в животноводстве и птицеводстве позволяет повысить эффективность выращивания животных и птицы. В обзоре приводятся факты наличия в растениях источников природных антиоксидантов, в основе которых фенольные соединения и флаваноиды играют жизненно важную роль в предотвращении заболеваний, связанных как с окислительным стрессом, при котором образуются свободные радикалы, так и в качестве ингибиторов патогенной микрофлоры. В ходе окисления продуктов животноводства происходят органолептические изменения, влияющие на сроки хранения. Степень окисления продуктов животноводства может быть ограничена наличием антиоксидантов. Синтетические антиоксиданты, несмотря на свою эффективность в ингибировании окисления в продуктах, запрещены во многих странах. Природная альтернатива традиционным синтетическим антиоксидантам с целью применения их в качестве консервантов продуктов животноводства становится более предпочтительна, поскольку до сих пор практически не доказан наносимый вред потребителю от действия природных антиоксидантов в сравнении с синтетическими: природные антиоксиданты достаточно эффективно замедляют окисление липидов.

Об авторах

П. С. Остапчук
ФГБУН "Научно-исследовательский институт сельского хозяйства Крыма".
Россия
Остапчук Павел Сергеевич, кандидат с.-х. наук, ведущий научный сотрудник лаборатории исследований технологических приемов в животноводстве и растениеводстве. ул. Киевская, д. 150, г. Симферополь, Республика Крым,  295493.


Д. В. Зубоченко
ФГБУН "Научно-исследовательский институт сельского хозяйства Крыма".
Россия

Зубоченко Денис Викторович, научный сотрудник лаборатории генетики, протеомики и биоинформатики .

ул. Киевская, д. 150, г. Симферополь, Республика Крым,  295493.



Т. А. Куевда
ФГБУН "Научно-исследовательский институт сельского хозяйства Крыма".
Россия

Куевда Татьяна Алексеевна, младший научный сотрудник лаборатории исследований технологических приемов в животноводстве и растениеводстве. 

ул. Киевская, д. 150, г. Симферополь, Республика Крым,  295493.



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