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It is well known that the market price has been increased according to the increasing of population density which followed by the increasing in demand for chicken meat. However, researchers have shown that T3 growth hormone injection to broiler chicken to create a problem in human health hazard and reduction in nutritional value. The main objectives were to compare the nutritional and biochemical assessment in meat of native versus broiler chicken. To find out the nutritional value reading were carried out by spectrophotometry method.GCMS method is used to detect the T3 hormone (tri iodo thyronine) in chicken muscle.To find out the GCMS result prominent peaks were identified .Statistical analysis was carried out by using software IBM SPSS statistics 20 packages The results imply that broiler chicken extract was detected with T3 hormone needed to alert the society to avoid consume them.
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