Ewa Arkuszewska

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Ewa Arkuszewska

Faculty of Animal Sciences

Department of Animal Nutrition and Biotechnology

+48 22 59 366 63

Graduate of Animal Science Faculty of Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW)

Scientific-didactic worker of Animal Nutrition and Feed Science since 1980, as independent zootechnician and assistant, successively; since 1995,afer obtaining a degree of doctor of agricultural sciences-on a post of assistant professor. In 2005 she was nominated for the post of senior lecturer.

The major research subjects:

1. Nutrition of farm animals, including the studies on the effect of bioelements (i.a. chromium and iodine) on production results in animal management and on the quality of animal-origin products.

2. The studies on contamination of feeds and animal-origin products by toxic elements (mainly mercury)

The implemented research projects

1. Development of the principles of utilization of maize and wheat DDGS (distillers dried grains with soluble, a waste product of bioethanol production) in nutrition of animals and their effect on suitability and quality of the manufactured products (participant – performer of the project)

2.Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA n-3), added to the diets for broiler chicken as a factor, stimulating sequestration of iodine (I) in the tissues (leader of the project)


  1. -A. Łozicki, M. Dymnicka, E. Arkuszewska (2013): Evaluation of Selected Parameters and Nutritive Value of Meat of Fattened Bulls Fed Diet with Distillers Grains with Solubles (DDGS) from or Maize as a Source of Protein. Pol. J. Food Nutr. Sci., vol. 63, N

  2. -Dymnicka M., Więsik M., Koziorowski M., Arkuszewska E., Łozicki A. (2012): Effect of milk from the cows, receiving herbal extracts in their diet on homeostasis of laboratory animals being a model for human. Rocz. Nauk. PTZ, t.8, nr 2, 41-58

  3. -Łozicki A., Arkuszewska E., Dymnicka M., Szulc T. (2012): Wpływ dodatku suszonego wywaru pszennego (DDGS) zastosowanego w dawce dla krów w pierwszej fazie laktacji na wydajność i sk&ład mleka, jego wybrane parametry technologiczne oraz wskaźniki biochemi

  4. -Arkuszewska E., Łozicki A., Dymnicka M., Olech W., Gipsiak J., Petruczenko D. (2012): Zawartość wybranych składników mineralnych w wątrobie żubrów w różnym wieku. Rocz. Nauk. PTZ, t.8, nr 4, 75-80

  5. -Łozicki A., Dymnicka M., Arkuszewska E., Pustkowiak H. (2012): Effect of pasture or maize silage feeding on the nutritional value of beef. Ann. Anim. Sci. Vol. 12, no 1, 81-93

  6. -Żywienie dzikich zwierząt. Ssaki (2012) red. E. Sawosz-Chwalibóg i I. Kosieradzka. Nieparzystokopytne. E. Arkuszewska s. 168-196. Wydawnictwo SGGW

  7. -E. Arkuszewska, M. Dymnicka, A. Łozicki, T. Szulc (2010): Wpływ włączenia DDGS z pszenicy do dawek dla krów mlecznych na wydajność i skład mleka. Zesz. Problemowe Post. Nauk Roln.. Żywienie w regulacji rozwoju i produkcyjności zwierz&ąt 61;t. z. 544, 115

  8. - Więsik, M. Dymnicka, E. Arkuszewska, A. Łozicki (2010): Wpływ mleka krów otrzymujących ekstrakt ziołowy Herbatan na wybrane wskaźniki odporności zwierząt laboratoryjnych. Feed and food additive, Alfalfa in human and animal nutrition, Studia regionalne i

  9. -A. Łozicki, M. Dymnicka, E. Arkuszewska, M. Wierzbowicz (2010): The use of distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) from wheat and maize as a source of protein in concentrates for fattening young bulls. Roczniki Naukowe PTZ, t.6, nr 2, 67-75.

  10. -Więsik M., Dymnicka M., Arkuszewska E., Łozicki A. (2009): Effect of milk diet on the selected indicators of immunity of rats. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University – SGGW, Animal Science No 63, 243-247.

  11. -Dymnicka M., Dębska M., Arkuszewska E., Olech W. (2009): Serum and tissue concentrations of selected biochemical and mineral compounds in relation to the incidence of balanoposthitis in European bison. Roczniki Naukowe PTZ t.5., 1, 129-137.

  12. -T.P. Żarski, J. Valka, B. Dębski, H. Żarska, T. Majdecka E. Arkuszewska (2005): Comparison of mercury pollution of bees products in selected regions of Poland and Slovakia in aspect of threats for consumers. Ecol. Chem. Eng. 12, 8, 871-875.

  13. -E. Arkuszewska (2005): The chromium concentration in organs and tissues of rats fed a diet enriched in chromium. J. Anim. Feed. Sci.14, Suppl. 1, 525-528.