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Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies

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Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies. / Farinacci , Patricia; Mevissen, Meike; Ayrle, Hannah et al.

In: Planta Medica, Vol. 88, No. 3/4, 03.2022, p. 200-217.

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Farinacci , P, Mevissen, M, Ayrle, H, Maurer, V, Dalgaard, TS, Melzig, MF & Walkenhorst, M 2022, 'Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies', Planta Medica, vol. 88, no. 3/4, pp. 200-217. https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1543-5502

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Farinacci , P., Mevissen, M., Ayrle, H., Maurer, V., Dalgaard, T. S., Melzig, M. F., & Walkenhorst, M. (2022). Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies. Planta Medica, 88(3/4), 200-217. https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1543-5502

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Farinacci , Patricia ; Mevissen, Meike ; Ayrle, Hannah et al. / Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies. In: Planta Medica. 2022 ; Vol. 88, No. 3/4. pp. 200-217.

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title = "Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies",
abstract = "Medicinal plants for prophylaxis and therapy of common infectious diseases in poultry have been studied for several years. The goal of this review was to systematically identify plant species and evaluate their potential in prophylaxis and therapy of common diseases in poultry caused by bacteria and gastrointestinal protozoa. The procedure followed the recommendations of the PRISMA statement and the AMSTAR measurement tool. The PICOS scheme was used to design the research questions. Two databases were consulted, and publications were manually selected, according to predefined in- and exclusion criteria. A scoring system was established to evaluate the remaining publications. Initially, 4197 identified publications were found, and 77 publications remained after manual sorting, including 38 publications with 70 experiments on bacterial infections and 39 publications with 78 experiments on gastrointestinal protozoa. In total, 83 plant species from 42 families were identified. Asteraceae and Lamiaceae were the most frequently found families with Artemisia annua being the most frequently found plant, followed by Origanum vulgare. As compared to placebo and positive or negative control groups, antimicrobial effects were found in 46 experiments, prebiotic effects in 19 experiments, and antiprotozoal effects in 47 experiments. In summary, a total of 274 positive effects predominated over 241 zero effects and 37 negative effects. Data indicate that O. vulgare, Coriandrum sativum, A. annua, and Bidens pilosa are promising plant species for prophylaxis and therapy of bacterial and protozoal diseases in poultry.",
keywords = "broiler, laying hens, bacterial infections, protozoal infections, phytotherapy, phytogenic feed additive, literature review, Origanum vulgare (Lamiaceae), Coriandrum sativum (Apiacea), Artemisia annua, Bidens pilosa (Asteraceae), laying hen, ANTICOCCIDIAL ACTIVITY, HUMORAL IMMUNE-RESPONSES, ESSENTIAL OILS, ORIGANUM-VULGARE L., GROWTH-PERFORMANCE, CORIANDRUM-SATIVUM L., ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY, ARTEMISIA-ANNUA, INTESTINAL MICROFLORA POPULATION, EIMERIA-TENELLA INFECTION, Poultry, Humans, Lamiaceae, Communicable Diseases, Animals, Asteraceae, Plants, Medicinal",
author = "Patricia Farinacci and Meike Mevissen and Hannah Ayrle and Veronika Maurer and Dalgaard, {Tina S{\o}rensen} and Melzig, {Matthias F} and Michael Walkenhorst",
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T1 - Medicinal Plants for Prophylaxis and Therapy of Common Infectious Diseases In Poultry-A Systematic Review of In Vivo Studies

AU - Farinacci , Patricia

AU - Mevissen, Meike

AU - Ayrle, Hannah

AU - Maurer, Veronika

AU - Dalgaard, Tina Sørensen

AU - Melzig, Matthias F

AU - Walkenhorst, Michael

PY - 2022/3

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N2 - Medicinal plants for prophylaxis and therapy of common infectious diseases in poultry have been studied for several years. The goal of this review was to systematically identify plant species and evaluate their potential in prophylaxis and therapy of common diseases in poultry caused by bacteria and gastrointestinal protozoa. The procedure followed the recommendations of the PRISMA statement and the AMSTAR measurement tool. The PICOS scheme was used to design the research questions. Two databases were consulted, and publications were manually selected, according to predefined in- and exclusion criteria. A scoring system was established to evaluate the remaining publications. Initially, 4197 identified publications were found, and 77 publications remained after manual sorting, including 38 publications with 70 experiments on bacterial infections and 39 publications with 78 experiments on gastrointestinal protozoa. In total, 83 plant species from 42 families were identified. Asteraceae and Lamiaceae were the most frequently found families with Artemisia annua being the most frequently found plant, followed by Origanum vulgare. As compared to placebo and positive or negative control groups, antimicrobial effects were found in 46 experiments, prebiotic effects in 19 experiments, and antiprotozoal effects in 47 experiments. In summary, a total of 274 positive effects predominated over 241 zero effects and 37 negative effects. Data indicate that O. vulgare, Coriandrum sativum, A. annua, and Bidens pilosa are promising plant species for prophylaxis and therapy of bacterial and protozoal diseases in poultry.

AB - Medicinal plants for prophylaxis and therapy of common infectious diseases in poultry have been studied for several years. The goal of this review was to systematically identify plant species and evaluate their potential in prophylaxis and therapy of common diseases in poultry caused by bacteria and gastrointestinal protozoa. The procedure followed the recommendations of the PRISMA statement and the AMSTAR measurement tool. The PICOS scheme was used to design the research questions. Two databases were consulted, and publications were manually selected, according to predefined in- and exclusion criteria. A scoring system was established to evaluate the remaining publications. Initially, 4197 identified publications were found, and 77 publications remained after manual sorting, including 38 publications with 70 experiments on bacterial infections and 39 publications with 78 experiments on gastrointestinal protozoa. In total, 83 plant species from 42 families were identified. Asteraceae and Lamiaceae were the most frequently found families with Artemisia annua being the most frequently found plant, followed by Origanum vulgare. As compared to placebo and positive or negative control groups, antimicrobial effects were found in 46 experiments, prebiotic effects in 19 experiments, and antiprotozoal effects in 47 experiments. In summary, a total of 274 positive effects predominated over 241 zero effects and 37 negative effects. Data indicate that O. vulgare, Coriandrum sativum, A. annua, and Bidens pilosa are promising plant species for prophylaxis and therapy of bacterial and protozoal diseases in poultry.

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KW - laying hens

KW - bacterial infections

KW - protozoal infections

KW - phytotherapy

KW - phytogenic feed additive

KW - literature review

KW - Origanum vulgare (Lamiaceae)

KW - Coriandrum sativum (Apiacea)

KW - Artemisia annua

KW - Bidens pilosa (Asteraceae)

KW - laying hen

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KW - HUMORAL IMMUNE-RESPONSES

KW - ESSENTIAL OILS

KW - ORIGANUM-VULGARE L.

KW - GROWTH-PERFORMANCE

KW - CORIANDRUM-SATIVUM L.

KW - ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY

KW - ARTEMISIA-ANNUA

KW - INTESTINAL MICROFLORA POPULATION

KW - EIMERIA-TENELLA INFECTION

KW - Poultry

KW - Humans

KW - Lamiaceae

KW - Communicable Diseases

KW - Animals

KW - Asteraceae

KW - Plants, Medicinal

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DO - 10.1055/a-1543-5502

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VL - 88

SP - 200

EP - 217

JO - Planta Medica

JF - Planta Medica

SN - 0032-0943

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