Recursos de colección

RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (102.815 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

Mostrando recursos 1 - 5 de 5

  1. VOLUNTARY INTAKE, DIGESTIBILITY AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF COASTAL BERMUDA GRASS (CYNODON DACTYLON) EMPLOYED AS SOLE FEED FOR RABBITS

    Deshmukh, S.V.; Pathak, N.N.; Randhe, S.R.; Deshmukh, S.S.
    [EN] Nutritional evaluation of Coastal Bermuda grass as a sole feed was undertaken in adult male N"Z>N rabbits. There was a constant decrease (- 18g/day) in body weight of rabbits during_ the three weeks experimental period. Daily DM intake was very low (31g). Digestibilig of all the nutrients especially that of cruda protein CP) and structural carbohydrates was low : DM 52.6 %, P 48.9 % and crude fibra 26.4 %. For rabbits, digestible CP content was 5.7g in 1 OOg of DM of Coastal Bermuda grass, and calculated DE content was 2.11 Mcal/kg DM. The results of the study indicate that Coastal Bermuda grass had very poor nutritiva value...
    - 17-oct-2017

  2. MUSCULAR ENERGY METABOLISM AND RELATED TRAITS IN RABBIT. A REVIEW

    Ouhayoun, J.; Dalle Zotte, Antonella
    [EN] After a brief reminder on the main stages of muscular differentiation, the papar gives a short account of sorne of the studies on the biology of muscles we have carried out on the rabbit and comments them in the light of results published in the world literatura. Although subtile biological criteria are used, the aims of these works are highly practica!. The objective is to better understand what determines variations in meat quality in the rabbit. lt is now an evidence that the criteria which account for post mortem evolution of muscle into meat vary widely between muscles. The lasting character of metabolic differentiation explains the sensitivity of muscular...
    - 17-oct-2017

  3. EFFECT OF GENOTYPE AND ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE YOUNG MEAT RABBIT

    Chiericato, G.M.; Rizzi, C.; Rostellato, V.
    [EN] 31, 35 and 36 male New Zealand White (NZW), or commercial hybrids Hyla (H) and Provisal (P) rabbits were studied respectively, and rearad until they were 85 days old. The test provided for two experiments: the first was carried out in winter (December - January) at an average temperatura of 11 ºC and a relativa humidity level approximately of 66 % , and the second in summer (July - August) ata temperatura of 27ºC and humidity level of 74 %. During the two trials the animals were fed "ad libitum" with a commercial pelleted feed. At the end of the study, 10 animals from each genetic group and for...
    - 06-feb-2018

  4. DESCRIPTIVE MODEL FOR RABBIT GENETIC RESOURCES DATA BANK

    Khalil, M.H.
    [EN] A proposed modal of descriptors for rabbit genetic resources data bank entry is presentad. A final recommendation is also presentad to safeguard valuable breeds/strains from danger of extinction. For each breed/strain representad in a country, there will be one master record (for physical characteristics) and several slave records (for performance characteristics). The latter record will depend on the number of publications available. The condensad documentation format reportad here corresponds to the FAO data bank methodology (FAO, 1986) used for swine, although suitable modifications were made to reflect the unique biology of rabbits. The descriptiva modal for any breed/strain must include data on distribution, physical characteristics (e.g. colour, temperament, body parts ......
    - 17-oct-2017

  5. ANALYSIS OF A CROSSBREEDING EXPERIMENT BETWEEN TWO STRAINS OF ANGORA RABBITS IN TWO ENVIRONMENTS.

    Wang, K.Z.; Zheng, W.
    [EN] In this papar, weighted least square analysis is usad to study the genotype-environment interaction of major economic traits of Angora rabbit for three generations in two environments. The heterosis of the economic traits was analyzed by the estimated parameters and the theory of relativa heritability. The results indicate that there are significant additive effects and interactions between the additive effect and the environment among soma traits of wool producing performances of Angora rabbits, and significant environment effects existed in soma reproductiva traits. The heterosis of the wool yield is mainly due to gene dispersion, and the increase of reproduction performances is dependent on the improvement of environment. The theory of relativa...
    - 17-oct-2017

Aviso de cookies: Usamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar nuestros servicios, para análisis estadístico y para mostrarle publicidad. Si continua navegando consideramos que acepta su uso en los términos establecidos en la Política de cookies.