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Klimenko A.I., Zelenkova G.A., Zelenkov A.P., Pakhomov A.P., Ostrikova E.E., Shatalov S.V. Efficiency of ecobentofodder application in pure form and in the complex with feed additive “glimalask” in the diets of lactating cows / annotation

Klimenko Alexander Ivanovich – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, professor, correspondent-member of RAS, rector. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Zelenkova Galina Alexandrovna – candidate of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Zelenkov Aleksey Petrovich – candidate of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Pakhomov Alexander Petrovich – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Ostrikova Eleonora Evgenievna – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Shatalov Sergey Vladimirovich – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.

Theresearchis aimed at influencing the determination of food additives of ecobentofodder in pure form and in complex with “Glimalask” on organism of lactating cows. Applied food additives in ration of lactating cows in amount – 1% from the mass of ecobentofodder and1% from the mass of ecobentofodder + “Glimalask” stimulated eatability of the bulk food. The higher ability of nutrient substances digesting was determined in comparison with analogs from control group. The animals which received studied food additives with ration had increasing of milk yield and also improvement of milk qualitative indexes. Using of ecobentofodder in pure form and in complex with food additive “Glimalask” is economically effectually and recommended for use in lactating cows rations.

Key words:food additive, ecobentofodder, “Glimalask”, cow, ration, milk.

Klimenko A.I., Zelenkova G.A., Zelenkov A.P., Pakhomov A.P., Ostrikova E.E., Shatalov S.V. Hepatic steatosis of dairy cows / annotation

Klimenko Alexander Ivanovich – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, professor, correspondent-member of RAS, rector. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Zelenkova Galina Alexandrovna – candidate of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Zelenkov Aleksey Petrovich – candidate of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Pakhomov Alexander Petrovich – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Ostrikova Eleonora Evgenievna – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.
Shatalov Sergey Vladimirovich – Ph.D. of agricultural sciences, associate professor. Don state agrarian university. Persianovsky, Rostov Region, Russia.

The article describes widely spread disease – hepatic steatosis of dairy cows in a full expanded form necessary for research by students and investigation by specialists of zoo veterinarian profile. The given description for the first time represents: exact diagnosis of disease and form of its manifestation; primary factors and emersion conditions and development of disease process; symptoms of manifestation and pathological-anatomical alterations; diagnosis and prognosis. The topicality of the given work is that authors in section “disease treatment” give the description of a new developed and implemented method of treatment and precaution of hepatosis of an animal with a help of injection hepatoprotector medication.

Key words: hepar diseases, hepatic steatosis, cow, injection hepatoprotector, precaution, treatment.

Evstropov V., Zelenkova G. Introduction to Vitahumanology / annotation

Vladimir M. Evstropov – M.D., Associate Professor, Don State Technical University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation.
Galina A. Zelenkova – Ph.D. (Advanced Doctorate) in Agricultural sciences, Professor, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation.

If we talk about sciences in one way or another related to the human research, then it is necessary to take into account that in the subject of research all sciences are divided into natural, humanitarian and technical. Despite some specifics, there is a specialization and an integration in all these sciences. Nevertheless, the problematic nature of the orientation of modern science initiated the development of interdisciplinary and complex researches. Based on the fact that the fundamental feature of the human from all living beings is his differences in interaction with the environment, it becomes relevant, from our point of view, to emphasize the study of the human in an interdisciplinary aspect from the point of view of his productive, creative life activity, which is becoming more and more extensive and at the same time unsafe. Therefore, it is important to reflect characteristics reflecting physiological and psychophysiological features of a person`s activity when systematically assessing his natural-humanitarian characteristics. In this regard, it seems advisable for us to describe the essence of the doctrine of vitahumanology briefly (vita – life (Latin), human – human (English), logos – thought (Greek)). Due to the fact that an essential component of human life is his ac-tivity, vitahumanology can be considered as one of the fields of biosociology, studying physiological, psychophysiological and noxological aspects of human activity in the environment. Such fields of knowledge as ecology, hygiene, labor psychology, labor physiology, ergonomics, etc. can play a connecting role between scientific and humanitarian. Vitahumanology can be considered as one of the fields of biosociology, aimed at the systemically oriented and integrative study of biological-social, medico-social, medico-preventive, noxological and psychological foundations of human life and activity in the environment and in the production environment.

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