DYNAMICS OF THE TOTAL PROTEOLITIC ACTIVITY IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT OSTRICH FOR ACTION HUMILID

S. G. Koliada, L. M. Stepchenko

suzainka@gmail.com, humicconf@ukr.net

Dnepropetrovsk State Agrarian Economics University,

Voroshilova str., 25, Dnepopetrovsk, 49000, Ukraine

Known the successful outcome of the use of biologically active substances humic nature as adaptogens growth and development regulators and immunomodulators on different animals, including different phases of ontogeny. Information on the use of these substances in the early ontogenesis ostriches in the available literature almost none. The aim of our work was to investigate the activity of proteolytic enzymes in different locations of the gastrointestinal channel ostriches in age from 3 to 60 days, a period which is called the «critical» when exposed to biologically active feed additive «Gumilid». Research conducted under the conditions leading economy of Ukraine in the field of ostrich PJSC «Agro-Soyuz» and Problem Laboratory for humic substances to them Khristeva L.A. Dnepropetrovsk State Agrarian University of Economics.Total proteolytic activity was determined using a modification of Erlanger Shaternikova measured in micromoles/ml*min.

Found that the presence in the diet promotes «Gumilid» proteolytic enzymes activity in various locations of the gastrointestinal channel ostriches, shorten the time of formation of the gastrointestinal channel up to 30 days and increase the interest of the large intestine (the blind processes) in the digestive process. The high level of activity of the proteolytic enzymes ostriches can be considered an adaptive physiological mechanism, the operation of which is aimed at a more complete breakdown of proteins and supramolecular protein aggregates, which are the final products (amino acids ) are used intensively growing organism.

Keywords: OSTRICH, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, GASTROINTESTINAL CHANNEL, ENZYMES, ACTIVITY, PROTEOLYSIS, HUMILID, BIOACTIVE FEED ADDITIVE

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