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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.

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  1. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOME BLOOD PARAMETERS, WOOL YIELD AND BODY MEASUREMENTS IN THE YOUNG ANGORA RABBITS.

    Wang, K.; Zheng, W.
    [EN] This paper deals with the relationship among wool production, growth and development, hemoglobin (Hb) content and the activities of serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP), acid phosphatase (ACP), glutamic-pyruvic transaminase (GPT) and 5'-nucleotidase (5'-NT) in angora rabbit. The experiment was conducted in the University Rabbit Farm from April 1991 to April 1992. 95 rabbits (29 German Angora, 36 Chinase Angora and 30 F1 rabbits of the German (males) x Chinase (females) were raised under the same conditions. In each type, the blood of 3 to 6 rabbits, 20, 45, 90 and 180 days old, was taken for the measuring of biochemical traits. The results show that body weight, body measurement and wool production increase...
    - 17-oct-2017

  2. NUTRITIONAL EFFECT OF MULBERRY ("MORUS ALBA") LEAVES AS SOLE RATION OF ADULT RABBITS.

    Deshmukh, S.V.; Pathak, N.N.; Takalikar, D.A.; Digraskar, S.U.
    [EN] Nutritiva value of mulberry leaves as a sole ration for adult rabbits was determinad by feeding mulberry leaves to 1 O New Zealand White rabbits ( 1540 ± 62g, 35 weeks old). In DM mulberry leaves had CP 22.13, EE 3.90, CF 5.90, Ash 13.35, NFE 54. 72, NDF 36.35, ADF 31.52, Ca 3.30 and P 1.43 %. Except EE, all nutrients had fairly good digestible coefficients. The DM intake was 68.52g/day, 5.30g/1 OOg body weight and 59.1 g/kg wo. 75. Average daily intake of digestible crude protein (DCP) (11.2 g) and of digestible energy (175 kcal) was adequate for maintenance of body weights of rabbits. In each 100g...
    - 17-oct-2017

  3. INFLUENCE OF TWO ISO-ENERGETIC DIETS (STARCH vs FAT) ON EXPERIMENTAL COLIBACILLOSIS (EPEC) AND IOTA-ENTEROTOXAEMIA IN EARLY WEANED RABBITS.

    Peeters, J.E.; Orsenigo, R.; Maertens, L.; Gallazzi, D.; Colin, M.
    [EN] Rabbíts weaned at 32 days of age were fed one of two isoenergetic (10.6 MJ ADE/kg) and iso-protein (17 %) feeds ad libitum: feed S with 25.8 % starch, 3.2 % fat and 16.2 % acid detergent fibre (ADF) and feed F with 13.1 % starch, 6. 7 % fat and 17.9 % ADF. Both groups were inoculated orally with a toxinogenic Clostridium spiroforme strain NCTC 11493 and/or with a moderately enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (EPEC) strain belonging to sero/biotype 0132/2+. The results suggest that colibacillosis favours iota-enterotoxaemia and vice-versa. Also the feed shows a distinct influence. Feed S favoured iota-enterotoxaemia. The effect was most pronounced in rabbits suffering from simultaneous...
    - 17-oct-2017

  4. Effect of dietary fibre and fat content on the reproductive performance of rabbit does bred at two remating times during two seasons

    Barreto, G.; De Blas, J.C.
    [EN] One hundred and forty one rabbit does were used to study the effect of tour diets differing in energy concentration (8.92 to 11.86 MJ DE/kg), fibre and fat content, two parturition-remating intervals (1 or 9 d), and two seasons (hot season and rest of the year) on productiva performance throughout a 18 months period. Addition of a 3.5 % of pork lard to a diet containing 18 % ADF implied an increase of energy digestibility (by 8 %, P<0.05), DE content (by 15 %, P<0.001), feed intake (by 6 %, P<0.1), and DE intake (by 22.5 %, P<0.05). Fat addition did not affect average weight of does, prolificacy, or...
    - 06-feb-2018

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