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The Influence of the Trace Elements Manganese, Cobalt and Iodine on Immunobiological Reactions in the Fowl

  • Lidia Ermenkova
  • K. Ermenkov
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Abstract

Numerous investigations in the last few years have been directed to elucidating the biological effect of trace elements in animals. It is now known that the trace elements Mn, Co and I, which activate or suppress some enzyme systems, hormones, and vitamins exert definite influence on metabolism and on a number of physiological processes (Berenshgein, 1958; Voinar, 1960; Rosenbakh, 1954; De-vuyst et al., 1956, 1960 , 1961). Their role in the growth and development of the organism (Mominov, 1962), productivity (Leonov et al, 1963), haemopoietic processes (Berenshgein, 1958; Voinar, 1960; Rosenbakh, 1954; Devuyst et al, 1956, 1960 , 1961), tissue respiration (Voinar, 1960; Peive, 1960; Devuyst, 1956, 1960 , 1961), etc. has been studied. There is a relative paucity of investigations concerning the influence of trace elements, Mn, Co and I included, on the build up of immunobiological reactions in the normal animal.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lidia Ermenkova
    • 1
  • K. Ermenkov
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Animal Breeding, KonstinbrodG. Dimitrov Higher Institute of AgricultureSofiaBulgaria

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