|Type||Plant Part||Dosage||Specific use||Results||Ref|
|Chickens||magnolol||0.25% in feed||Coccidiosis||Magnolol reversed the imbalance of the intestinal microbiota of sick chicks, which recovered the diversity, promoted the potential beneficial bacteria, and inhabited the potential pathogenic bacteria. May be an alternative to chemical drugs that are effective in to treating E. tenella infections.||J Mo et al., 2023|
|Broilers||bark extract||0.33-0.56 mg/kg||Necrotic enteritis||Transcripts for antioxidant enzymes increased in chickens fed magnolia-supplemented diets compared with unsupplemented controls.||S Oh et al., 2018|
|Hens||magnolol||200-300 mg/kg of diet||GI health||Improved hen performance, albumen quality of fresh and storage eggs, and hepatic lipid metabolism in the late laying cycle. Also, magnolol has a good effect on increasing villi and improving the intestinal mucosal mechanical barrier function.||F Chen et al., 2020|
|Hens||magnolol and honokiol||300 mg/kg of diet, 1:1 ratio||GI health||Improved hen performance and the albumen quality of fresh and stored eggs by improving the antioxidant capacity, liver lipid metabolism, and intestinal health of laying hens.||F Chen et al., 2022|
|Ducklings||magnolol||200 - 300 mg/kg of diet||Antioxidant||Magnolol additive significantly increased the villus height/crypt depth ratio of ileum, compared to the control and CS30 groups.||Q lien et al., 2021|
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