Influence of molecular hydrogen on behavioral adaptation of Сhinchilla lanigera taking into account gender factor in conditions of cage keeping

Alexey Ivanov, Dmitry Petrov, Elena Panina, Nadezdha Panteleeva

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It was found that the inclusion of water enriched with molecular hydrogen in the diet of animals increased the overall proportion of active behavior. According to the form of behavior 'moving around the cage', it was found that males and females of the experimental group spent more time than animals of the control group. Males of the experimental group were 24% more active at night, and females were 60% more active than in the control group. In the daily dynamics, the period of activity of animals in the experimental group was from 19:00 to 8:00, and in the control group-from 22:00 to 8:00. In the daily balance according to the form of behavior 'moving around the cage', chinchillas of the experimental group spent 5% more than in the control group.

Publish Year 2021
Country Russia
Rank Positive
Journal BIO Web of Conferences
Primary Topic Whole Body
Secondary TopicExcercise
Model Chinchilla
Tertiary TopicFatigue
Vehicle Water (Electrolysis)
pH Neutral
Application Ingestion