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  1. Technical note CONCENTRATION OF COPPER IN MUSCLES, LIVER, HAIR AND FAECES OF GROWING RABBITS FED DIET SUPPLEMENTED WITH COPPER SULPHATE.

    Skøivanová, V.; Volek, Z.; Bøezina, P.; Marounek, M.
    [EN] The supplementation of diets for rabbits with copper has been restricted in the EU to 35 mg/kg. In our experiment, quadruple concentration of Cu added to a pelleted diet as CuS04.5H,0 was used to investigate effect of Cu feeding on Cu concentration in muscles, liver, ha ir and faeces of Hyplus® rabbits. The main ingredients of the basal diet were alfalfa meal, wheat bran, sunflower meal, oat, barley, sugarbeet pulp and soyabean mea l. Six rabbits, 35 days of age at the beginning of the experiment, were fed basal diet (containing 1 O mg Cu/kg), and six rabbits were fed Cu-supplemented diet. Cu concentration in faeces was measured weekly....

  2. SPERMATOZOAL VELOCITY AND MOTILITYAND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO FERTILITY IN THE RABBIT INSEMINATED WITH LOW SPERM NUMBERS

    Hagen, D.R.; Gilkey, A.L.; Foote, R.H.
    [EN] The objective of this study was to examine the relationship between velocity and fertility of rabbit sperm, using low sperm numbers per insemination. Semen was collected weekly for 5 weeks from two fertile males. To study the effect of high dilution of sperm in media without macromolecules, each semen sample was split with one portien retained as whole semen, and the remainder was centrifuged and washed with saline. The washed sperm were resuspended with seminal plasma (SP), phosphatebuffered saline (PBS), or PBS containing 1 % (wt/vol) of bovine serum albumin (BSA). Each week two non-lactating does per buck were each inseminated at the cervix with 0.5 X 106 total...

  3. NUTRITIVE VALUE OF RAW MATERIALS FOR RABBITS: EGRAN TABLES 2002.

    Maertens, L.; Perez, J.M.; Villamide, M.; Cervera, C.; Gidenne, T.; Xiccato, G.
    [EN] Feedstuff tables are presentad including the composition and the nutritiva value of 53 raw materials used in compound diets for intensively reared rabbits. Each raw material is characterised by 23 analytical data and its digestible protein and energy values. Because of the importance of the fibre fractions in the nutrition of the rabbit, special efforts have been done to characterise the carbohydrate complex. The digestibility data were selected after a compilation of original literatura data and a discussion between the authors. The methodology used, in the different in vivo assays, was evaluated accurately in order to judge the reliability of the data. Besides digestible and metabolisable energy values are...

  4. Letter to the Editor BRIEF CONDITIONS OF RABBIT FARMING IN CHINA

    Hanping, Yan; Manxing, Zhu; Youzhang, Shen
    Hanping, Y.; Manxing, Z.; Youzhang, S. (2002). Letter to the Editor BRIEF CONDITIONS OF RABBIT FARMING IN CHINA. World Rabbit Science. 10(4):181-184. doi:10.4995/wrs.2002.491

  5. INFLUENCE OF MUSCLE TYPE, REFRIGERATION STORAGE AND GENETIC LINE ON ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME ACTIVITY IN RABBIT MEAT.

    Hernández, P.; López, A.; Marco, M.; Blasco, A.
    [EN] Oxidative processes in meat lead to meat quality deterioration. Meat has endogenous antioxidants and prooxidants. Our objective was to study the activity of the antioxidant enzymes in two different lines of rabbit and its variation through refrigerated storage. Twenty rabbits from two synthetic breeds selected for different criteria (litter size and growth rate) were used in this experiment. The activity of catalase, glutathione peroxidase (GSHPx) and 2-thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances (TBARS) were measured during 5 days of storage at 4°C in Longissimus dorsi (LO) and the set of muscles of the hind leg (HL). Catalase and GSH-Px activities were higher in HL than in LO. The activity of catalase was...

  6. EFFECT OF DIETARY STARCH LEVEL AND SOURCE ON PERFORMANCE, CAECAL FERMENTATION AND MEAT QUALITY IN GROWING RABBITS

    Xiccato, G.; Trocino, A.; Sartori, A.; Queaque, P.I.
    [EN] To evaluate the effects of starch level and source on growth performance, caecal fermentation, and carcass and meat quality, six diets were formulated including different percentage of barley (B) or corn (C) or equal proportions of the two cereals (BC) to obtain moderate (M) or high (H) starch levels, and fed to 96 rabbits from 35 d of age until slaughter (73 d). Within starch level, B and C diets presented similar chemical composition and nutritive value while starch digestibility was higher in B diets. The starch source did not affect growth performance and meat quality and showed weak effects on caecal fermentation, apart from a higher proportion...

  7. Abstracts of the communications presented during the 14th Hungarian Conference on Rabbit Production, Kaposvár (Hungary). May 22, 2002.

    World Rabbit Science
    (2002). Abstracts of the communications presented during the 14th Hungarian Conference on Rabbit Production, Kaposvár (Hungary). May 22, 2002. World Rabbit Science. 10(4):171-180. doi:10.4995/wrs.2002.490

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