The scientific findings of Phytobiotics are now also part of the new book “Feed Additives: Aromatic Plants and Herbs in Animal Nutrition and Health”.
A new compendium has been published recently: “Feed Additives: Aromatic Plants and Herbs in Animal Nutrition and Health” by Panagiota Florou-Paneri, Efterpi Christaki and Ilias Giannenas, exploring the use of feed additives from botanical origin in animal nutrition.
In addition to providing latest details about the development of bacteria resistance to antibiotic compounds, this new book aims at highlighting holistic approaches on how plant-derived substances can help to support animal health, including poultry, pigs, ruminants and aquatic animals. It summarizes the latest knowledge on botanical substances, covering recent data in vitro and in vivo research.
This book is highly recommended for nutritionists, veterinarians, agricultural scientists and food scientists among others.
We are pleased to inform our readers that Phytobiotics R&D and technical team members Dr. Valeria Artuso-Ponte, Dr. Anja Pastor and Dr. Manfred Andratsch have contributed to this outstanding work with insights into the effects of plant extracts on the immune system of livestock (Chapter 17). The authors describe the potential of specific plant compounds for the management of oxidative and inflammatory challenges in various animal species.
Please do not hesitate and have a look at Elsevier and Sciencedirect
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