| More

Botanicals: a natural approach to control ascaridiosis in poultry

Views: 1175 Downloads: 690
I. SYMEONIDOU, E. BONOS, K. MOUSTAKIDIS, P. FLOROU-PANERI, E. CHRISTAKI, M. PAPAZAHARIADOU
I. SYMEONIDOU, E. BONOS, K. MOUSTAKIDIS, P. FLOROU-PANERI, E. CHRISTAKI, M. PAPAZAHARIADOU

Abstract


Parasites (protozoa, helminthes, arthropods) represent a main threat for poultry worldwide. Among helminthes, nematodes constitute the most important group of parasites of poultry. The nematode Ascaridia galli, the cause of ascaridiosis in poultry, is one of the most important and prevalent parasites, resulting in serious economic losses, associated with the treatment cost, the decreased feed efficiency, and the poor egg and meat production. During the past few decades the indiscriminate use of anthelmintic drugs has generated several cases of resistance in helminthes in poultry, situation which is coupled with the severity of residues in poultry products. For this reason, nowadays attention has been drawn to the use of botanicals in poultry diet, due to their anthelmintic properties. Furthermore, the dietary use eco-friend ly of these plant derived substances compared to conventional synthetic anthelmintic drugs is considered as a natural and ecofriendly approach by the consumers. The focus of the present review is to recapitulate the studies, both in vivo and in vitro, that have demonstrated the anthelmintic efficacy of various dietary botanicals in controlling poultry ascaridiosis.


Keywords


helminthes; ascaridia galli; botanicals; poultry

Full Text:

PDF

References


Abdelqader A, Gauly M, Wollny CB, Abo-Shehdada MN (2008) Prevalence and burden of gastro-intestinal helminths among local chickens in northern Jordan. Prev Vet Med 85: 17-22.

Abdelqader A, Qarallah B, Al-Ramamneh D, Das G (2012) Antelmintic effects of citrus peels ethanolic extracts against Ascaridia galli. Vet Parasitol 188: 78-84.

Acton AQ (2012) Cestode infections - Advances in research and treatment. Scholarly Editions, Atlanta, USA: pp. 8-9.

Adedapo AA, Otesile AT, Soetan KO (2007) Assessment of the anthelmintic efficacy of an aqueous crude extract of Vernonia amygdalina. Pharm Biol 45: 564-568.

Ahmad J, Tanveer S, Zargar BA (2013) In vitro anthelmintic activity of Mentha longfolia (L.) leaves against Ascaridia galli. Global Vet 11:112-117.

Akhtar MS, Riffat S (1985) Evaluation of Melia azedarach Linn. Seeds (Bahain) and piperazine against Ascaridia galli infection in chickens. Pak Vet J 5: 34-37.

Al-Harbi LG (2011) Comparative study in vitro on the efficacy of some plants extracts and Levamisole drug against Round worms of chickens natural infected. King Abdulaziz University, AL Faisaliah Campus, Saudi Arabia.

Alawa CBI, Adamu AM, Gefu JO, Ajanusi OJ, Abdu PA, Chiezey NP, Alawa JN, Bowman DD (2003) In vitro screening of two Nigerianmedicinal plants (Vermonia amygdalina and Annona senegalensis) for anthelmintic activity. Vet Parasitol 113: 73-81.

Anthony JP, Fyfe L, Smith H (2005) Plant active components – a resource for antiparasitic agents? Trends Biotechnol 21: 462-468.

Asuzu IU, Onu UO (1994) Anthelmintic activity of the ethanolic extract of Piliostigma thonningii bark in Ascaridia galli infected chickens. Fitoterapia 65: 291-297.

Athanasiadou S, Kyriazakis I, Jackson F, Coop RL (2001) Direct anthelmintic effects of condensed tannins towards different gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep: in vitro and in vivo studies. Vet Parasitol 99:205-219.

Bazh EKA, El-Bahy NM (2013) In vitro and in vivo screening of anthelmintic activity of ginger and curcumin on Ascaridia galli. Parasitol Res 112: 3679-3686.

Borba HR, Freire RB, Albuquerque AC, Cardoso MEO, Braga IG, Almeida STP, Ferreira MJC, Fernandes GLT, camacho ACLF, Lima RC, Almeida ACC, Mattos DMM, Duarte RM, Nascimento SF, Frami RA, Dire GF (2010) Anthelmintic comparative study of Solanum lycocarpum St. Hill extracts in mice naturally infected with Aspiculuris tetraptera. Nat Sci 8: 95-100.

Bozkurt M, Giannenas I, Kucukyilmaz K, Christaki E, Florou-Paneri P (2013) An update on approaches to controlling coccidia in poultry using botanical extracts. Br Poult Sci 54: 713-727.

Braga FR, Araujo JV, Araujo JM, Frassy LN, Tavela AO, Soares FEF, Carvalho RO, Queiroz LM, Queiroz JH (2011) Pochonia chlamydosporia fungal activity in a solid medium and its crude extract against eggs of Ascaridia galli. J Helminthol 85: 1-5.

Brenes A, Roura E (2010) Essential oils in poultry nutrition: Main effects and modes of action. Animal Feed Sci Technol 158: 1-14.

Chandrashekhar CH, Latha KP, Vagdevi HM, Vaidya VP (2008) Anthelmintic activity of the crude extracts of Ficus racemosa. Int J Green Pharm 2: 100-103.

Charles DJR, Simon JE, Singh NK (1992) Bio active principles/Chemical constituents: The essential oil of Alpinia galanga willd. J. Essential Oil Res 4: 81-82.

Christaki E, Bonos E, Giannenas I, Florou-Paneri P (2012) Aromatic plants as a source of bioactive compounds. Agriculture 2: 228-243.

Das G, Kaufmann F, Abel H, Gauly M (2010) Effect of extra dietary lysine in Ascaridia galli infected grower layers. Vet Parasitol 170: 238-243.

European Food Safety Authority (2009a) EFSA Compedium of botanicals that have been reported to contain toxic, addictive, phychotropic or other substances of concern. EFSA J 7: 289.

European Food Safety Authority (2009b) Guidance on safety assessment of botanicals and botanical preparations intended for use as ingredients in food supplements. EFSA J 7: 1249.

George DR, Smith TJ, Shiel RS, Sparagano OAE, Guy JH (2009) Mode of action and variability in efficacy of plant essential oils showing toxicity against the poultry red mite, Dermanyssus gallinae. Vet Parasitol 161: 276-282.

Githiori JB (2004) Evaluation of anthelmintic properties of ethnoveterinary plant preparations used as livestock dewormers by pastoralists and small holder farmers in Kenya. Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Uppsala.

Gore MS, Tare HL, Deore SR, Bidkar JS, Dama GY (2010) Hemintholytic potential of Cymbopogon citratus leaves extact and its formulation as an emulsion. Int J Pharmac Sci Res 1: 174-177.

Hossain E, Chandra G, Nandy AP, Mandal SC, Gupta JK (2012) Anthelmintic effect of a methanol extract of Bombax malabaricum leaves on Paramphistomum explanatum. Parasitol Res 110: 1097-1102.

Hrcova G, Velebny S (2013) Pharmacological potential of selected natural compounds in the control of parasitic diseases. Springer, NY.

Islam KR, Farjana T, Begum N, Mondal MMH (2008) In vitro efficacy of some indigenous plants on the inhibition of development of eggs of Ascaridia galli (Digenia: Nematoda). Bangl J Vet Med 6: 159-167.

Jain P, Singh S, Singh SK, Verma SK, Kharya MD, Solanki S (2013)Anthelmintic potential of herbal drugs. Int J Pharmac Sci Res 2: 412-427.

Javed I, Akhtar MS, Rahman ZU, Khaliq T, Ahmad M (1994) Comparativeanthelmintic efficacy and safety of Caesalpinia crista seed and piperazine adipate in chickens with artificially induced Ascaridia galli infection. Acta Vet Hung 42: 103-109.

Jothi Karumari R, Sumathi S, Vijayalakshmi K, Ezhilarasi Balasubramanian S (2014) Anthelmintic efficacy of Sesbania grandiflora leaves and Solanum torvum fruits against the nematode parasite Ascaridia galli. Am J Ethnomed 1: 326-333.

Kaingu F, Kibor A, Waihenya R, Shivairo R, Mungai L (2013) Efficacy of Aloe secundiflora crude extracts on Ascaridia galli in vitro. Sustain Agric Res 2: 49-53.

Kaplan RM, Storey BE, Vidyashankar AN, Bissinger BW, Mitchell SM, Howell SB, Mason ME, Lee MD, Pedroso AA, Akashe A, Skrypec DJ (2014) Antiparasitic efficacy of a novel plant-based functional food using an Ascaris suum model in pigs. Acta Trop 139: 15-22.

Kateregga JN, Nabayunga M, Vudriko P, Ndukui JG (2014) Anthelmintic activity of Cassia occidentalis L. methanolic leaf extract on Ascaridia galli and Heterakis gallinarum and its acute toxicity. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 3: 114-119.

Kaufman F, Das G, Sohnrey B, Gauly M (2011) Helminth infections in laying hens kept in organic free range systems in Germany. Livestock Sci 141: 182-187.

Kaushik RK, Katiyar JC, Sen AB (1981) A new in vitro screening technique for anthelmintic activity using Ascaridia galli as a test parasite. Indian J Animal Sci 51: 869-872.

Khokon JU, Sharifuzzaman A, Sarker EH, Rahman MA, Kisku JJ, Mostofa M (2014) Efficacy of neem leaf extract against ascariasis in indigenous chicken. Int J Nat Soc Sci 1: 25-30.

Kirkpinar F, Unlu HB, Ozdemir G (2011) Effects of oregano and garlic essential oils on performance, carcase, organ and blood characteristics and intestinal microflora of broilers. Livestock Sci 137: 219-225.

Klowden MJ (2007) Physiological systems in insects. Academic Press, Burlington.

Kosalge SB, Fursule RA (2009) Investigation of in vitro anthelmintic activity of Thespesia lampas (Cav.). Asian J Pharmac Clin Res 2:69-71.

Kundu S, Roy S, Lyndem LM (2012) Broad spectrum anthelmintic potential of Cassia plants. Asian Pacific J Clin Nutr 4: S436-S441.

Lal J, Chandra S, Prakash VR, Sabir M (1976) In vitro anthelmintic action of some indigenous medicinal plants on A. galli worms. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 20: 64-68.

Lalchhandama K (2008) Nematocidal effects of piperazine and the extract of Acacia oxyphylla stem bark on the poultry nematode Ascaridia galli. Pharmac Onl 3: 864-869.

Lei J, Leser M, Enan E (2010) Nematicidal activity of two monterpenoids and SER-2 tyramine receptor of Caenorhabditis elegans. Biochem Pharmacol 79: 1062-1071.

Mali RG, Mahajan SG, Mehta AA (2007) In vitro screening of Cleome viscosa extract for anthelmintic activity. Pharm Biol 45: 766-768.

Mali RG, Mehta AA (2008) A review on anthelmintic plants. Nat Prod Radiance 7: 466-475.

Marin L, Miguelez M, Villar CJ, Lombo F (2015) Bioavailability of dietary polyphenols and gut microbiota metabolism: Antimicrobial properties. BioMed Res Int ID905215: 1-18.

Martin-Pacho JR, Montoya MN, Aranguena T, Toro C, Morchon R, Marcos-Atxutegi C, Simon F (2005) A coprological and serological survey for the prevalence of Ascaridia spp. in laying hens. J Vet Med B Infect Dis Vet Public Health 82: 238-242.

McCloud TG (2010) High throughput extraction of plant, marine and fungal specimens for preservation of biologically active molecules – a review. Molecules 15: 4526-4563.

Murthy PK, Joseph SK, Murthy PSR (2011) Plant products in the treatment and control of filariasis and other helminth infections and assay systems for antifilarial/anthelmintic activity. Planta Med 77: 647-661.

Muyibi SA, Olorode BR, Onyeyili PA, Osunkwo UA, Muhammad BY, Ajagbonna OP (2000) Haematological and histopathological changes of Cassia occidentalis leaf extract in rats. Nig J Nat Prod Med 4:48-51.

Permin A, Christensen JP, Bisgaard M (2006) Consequences of concurrent A. galli and Escherichia coli infections in chickens. Acta Vet Scand 47: 43-54.

Rafi KP, Karthikeyan M, Kannan M, Rajasekar S (2011) Anthelmintic activity of Nerium olender flower extract in Indian adult earthworm. J Nat Prod Plant Res 1: 40-46.

Rex E, Molitor SC, Hapiak V, Xiao H, Hernderson M, Komuniecki R (2004) Tyramine receptor (SER-2) isoforms are involved in regulation of pharyngeal pumping and foraging behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans. J Neurochem 91: 1104-1115.

Roy H, Chakraborty A, Bhanja S, Nayak BS, Mishra SR, Ellaiah P (2010) Preliminary phytochemical investigation and anthelmintic activity of Acanthospermum hispidum DC. J Pharmaceut Sci Technol 2: 217-221.

Sabri MH (2013) Comparison of the effeciancy of levamisole and dry Punica granatum peel against Ascaridia galli in layer hens that naturally infested Euphrates J Agric Sci 5: 1-13.

Salhan M, Kumar B, Tiwari P, Sharma P, Sandhar HK, Gautam M (2011) Comparative anthelmintic activity of aqueous and ethanolic leaf extracts Of Clitoria ternatea. Int J Drug Dev Res 3: 62-69.

Sandoval-Castro CA, Torres-Acosta JFJ, Hoste H, Salem AZM, Chan-Perez JI (2012) Using plant bioactive materials to control gastrointestinal tract helminths in livestock. Animal Feed Sci Technol 176:192-201.

Schultz JC (1989) Tannin-Insect interactions. In: Hemingway RW, Karchesy JJ (eds.), Chemistry and significance of condensed tannins, Plenum Press, New York: pp. 417-433.

Shah Alam M, Alam KJ, Begum N, Amin MR (2014) Comparative efficacyof different herbal and modern anthelmintics against gastrointestinal nematodiasis in fowl. Int J Biol Res 2: 145-148.

Sharma M, Prasad SB (2014) Evaluation of anthelmintic activity of leaves extracts of Guazuma Tomentosa. Int J Pharmacol Pharmaceut Sci 1:1-5.

Siamba DN, Okitoi LO, Watai MK, Wachira AM, Lukibisi FB, Mukisira EA (2007) Efficacy of Tephrosia vogelli and Vernonia amygdalina as anthelmintics against Ascaridia galli in indigenous chicken Livestock Res Rural Dev 19: Article 176.

Subash KR, Jagan Rao N, Cheriyan BV, Bhaarati GM, Kumar KS (2012) The anthelmintic activity of Eupatorium triplinerve and Alpinia galanga in Pheritima posthuma and Ascardia galli: A comparative Study. J Clin Diagn Res 6: 947-950.

Tariq KA, Chishti MZ, Ahmad F, Shawl AS (2009) Anthelmintic activity of extracts of Artemisia absinthium against ovine nematodes. Vet Parasitol 160: 83-88.

Van Krimpen MM, Binnendijk GP, Borgsteede FHM, Gaasenbeek CPH (2010) Anthelmintic effects of phytogenic feed additives in Ascaris suum inoculated pigs. Vet Parasitol 168: 269-277.

Windisch W, Rohrer E, Schedle K (2009) Phytogenic feed additives to young piglets and poultry: Mechanisms and application. In: Steiner T (ed.), Phytogenics in animal nutrition. Natural concepts to optimize gut health and performance, Nottingham University Press, Nottingham: pp. 19-38.

Wink M (2012) Medicinal plants: A source of anti-parasitic secondary metabolites. Molecules 17: 12771-12791.

Wu KM, Farrelly J, Birnkrant D, Chen S, Dou J, Atrakchi A, Bigger A, Chen C, Chen Z, Freed L, Ghantous H, Goheer A, Hausner E, Osterberg R, Rhee H, Zhang K (2004) Regulatory toxicology perspectives on the development of botanical drug products in the United States. Am J Ther 11: 213-217.

Yazwinski TA, Tucker CA, Wray E, Jones L, Clark FD (2013) Observations of benzimidazole efficacies against Ascaridia dissimilis, Ascaridia galli, and Heterakis gallinarum in naturally infected poultry. J Appl Poultry Res 22: 75-79.


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Copyright (c) 2018 I SYMEONIDOU, E BONOS, K MOUSTAKIDIS, P FLOROU-PANERI, E CHRISTAKI, M PAPAZAHARIADOU

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.