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Ibraimova Z.,South Kazakhstan State University | Rustenov A.,West Kazakhstan State University | Konisova S.,South Kazakhstan State University | Abildaeva R.,South Kazakhstan State University | Eleuqalieva N.,South Kazakhstan State University
Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology | Year: 2015

In order to increase productivity of pigs, combined silage including Bacillus subtilis probiotic has been developed. The studies showed that when 20 % of the combined silage (75 g of the Bacillus subtilis culture per 1 ton of alfalfa, 50 kg of pumpkin and 60 kg of grape pomace) is introduced into the nutrient rations of boars, their ejaculate volume increases by 20.9 %, the number of sperms - by 22.1 %, preservation of SH groups - by 13.6 %, operation of power supply system in the gametes - 2.6 times, and fertility of sows from the first insemination - by 25.0 %. Introduction of combined silage with Bacillus subtilis into the diet of sows (1 ton of alfalfa + 90 kg of grape pomace + 50 kg of pumpkin + 100 g of the probiotic) increases the number of weaned piglets by 0.6 animals, weight of weaned piglets by 2.3 kg, and increases piglets viability by 5.0 %.

Imashev E.Z.,West Kazakhstan State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

In scientific work tendencies of development of economy and a problem are reflected in the territorial organization of economy of the West Kazakhstan oblast (WKO). Recommendations about territorial and structural transformation and modernization of economy of the WKO on the basis of mobilization and effective use of the natural resources, new forms of the territorial organization of productive forces are developed. The offered perspective directions of territorial and structural transformation and modernization will allow to increase competitiveness of economy and to reduce spatial asymmetry in level of social and economic development of territorial administrative units of the WKO.

Ibraimova Zh.,South Kazakhstan State University | Rustenov A.,West Kazakhstan State University | Abildaeva R.,South Kazakhstan State University | Dauylbay A.,South Kazakhstan State University | Saparbekova A.,South Kazakhstan State University
Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia | Year: 2015

In order to preserve the nutritional value of herbs, 4 options of combined silos have been designed: option I (reference) - maize, option II (experimental) - maize (70%), Sudan grass (30%), option III (experimental) - maize (70%), alfalfa (30%) and option IV (experimental) - maize (60%), Sudan grass (20%), and alfalfa (20%). Options II - IV of combined silage contained lactic -acid bacterium Lactobacillus plantarum-52 at the rate of 1 billion cells per kg of green mass. Study of the combined silos chemical composition 120 days later showed that in the experimental options, as compared to the reference one, protein content was higher (II-11.4%. III - 12.2%. IV -12.91% ) and, conversely, fibre content decreased. Feeding cows with combined silage that contains probiotics has a positive effect on their milk production. Within 100 days of the experiment, cows in experimental groups gave milk more by 60-230 kg.

Kulmagambetova S.S.,West Kazakhstan State University | Iskindirova S.K.,Aktobe Regional State University | Kazhiakparova Z.S.,West Kazakhstan Innovative Technological University | Bainiyeva K.T.,Atyrau State University | Pandya C.,Divine Culture University
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The present rapid technological progress and the post-crisis period determine the increasing demand for revision of existing concepts and strategies aimed at maintaining global development. This article describes pedagogical technologies, indicates the need to reform the outdated education systems or to reject them completely in order to improve productivity of students. The authors provided a comparative analysis of pedagogical technologies used in higher educational institutions, their strengths, weaknesses and development prospects. The study considered the approaches suggested by domestic and foreign researchers, clarified definitions, classification, typology, as well as specific features and setbacks of pedagogical technologies. The authors developed a training system, which implies direct involvement of each student into the learning process. The study specified the purpose of learning, which implied development of student creative abilities to get new experience. The authors proposed substitution of "authoritarian" relations between the student and the teacher for "partnerships" that could improve their relationship, mutual understanding and general efficiency. Comparison of pedagogical technologies provides their detailed description, the ability to select the most appropriate methods and approaches based on the requirements of relevant disciplines that will meet the highest quality standards for students and teachers. © Kulmagambetova et al.

Bolatovna K.S.,South Kazakhstan State University | Rustenov A.,West Kazakhstan State University | Eleuqalieva N.,Zhangir Khan West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University | Omirzak T.,South Kazakhstan State University | Akhanov U.K.,South Kazakhstan State University
Biology and Medicine | Year: 2015

A nine- and ten-day drone brood was collected, homogenized, and stabilized in 70-degree alcohol. Conducted chemical analyses of the resulting extract revealed the presence of a number of biologically active substances, including sex hormones. Parenteral injection of the extract to junior boars increases the weight of the seminal glands by 20.1-21.9% and epididymis by 21.8-25.8%, as well as recovers sexual dysfunction of boars (83.3%). Administering extract to boars improves quantitative and qualitative indicators of breeder's semen productivity: ejaculate volume increases by 54.3%, germ cell density by 27.1%, survivability by 51.2%, and mobility by 14.2%. The number of damaged acrosomes in spermatozoon reduces by 2.1 times, and fertility of sows increases by 76.4%. Therefore, the extract can be used as a breeders' gonad protector. © 2015 Bolatovna et al.

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