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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. THE EFFECT OF HOUSING SYSTEM ON CARCASS TRAITS AND MEAT QUALITY OF RABBIT.

    Metzger, Sz.; Kustos, K.; Szendrõ, ZS.; Szabó, A.; Eiben, Cs.; Nagy, I.
    [EN] One hundred and sixty one weaned New Zealand White rabbits were housed in 0.4x0.4 m cages (3 rabbits/cage, 18.7 rabbits/m2) or in 3x3.3 m pen on deep litter (80 rabbits/pen, 8.1 rabbits/m2). At 13 weeks of age the pen-housed rabbits (n=52) had lower body weight (2318 vs 2437 g; P<0.01) and dressing percentage (59.8 vs 61.0 %; P<0.01), higher proportion of the fore part (32.3 vs 31.4 %; P<0.01) and hind part (40.3 vs 37.9 %; P<0.001), and lower proportion of the intermediate part of the carcass (27.5 vs 30.7 %; P<0.001) than the cage-housed rabbits (n=68). The percentage...
    - 05-jun-2018

  2. Technical Note: FIELD STUDY OF SAFETY AND ANTIBODY PRODUCTION FURTHER TO A COMBINED MYXOMATOSIS AND VIRAL HAEMORRHAGIC DISEASE (VHD) VACCINATION IN DWARF RABBITS BY INTRADERMAL ROUTE.

    Lemière, S.; Alaphilippe, A.; Boucher, S.; Bertagnoli, S.
    [EN] A study of safety of combined vaccination against myxomatosis and VHD was performed using a duly reconstituted vaccine made of a live homologous myxomatosis component SG33 strain and of an inactivated VHD component in adjuvant AG88 strain. The vaccine was administered intradermally to a representative sample of pet rabbits. A local reaction at the vaccine administration area was frequently observed from 2 to 3 days after vaccination in young animals. These local reactions were less frequently observed in adults. The reaction consisted of a local rash which usually disappeared 2 to 3 days after vaccination (maximum 1 week). The...
    - 05-jun-2018

  3. EFFECT OF TRANSPORT DURATION AND GENDER ON RABBIT CARCASS AND MEAT QUALITY

    Trocino, A.; Xiccato, G.; Queaque, P.I.; Sartori, A.
    [EN] In order to evaluate the effect of transport duration and gender on carcass and meat quality, 204 rabbits were reared in individual cages from 35 d of age until slaughter at 77 d (average live weight at shipping: 2662±189 g). Before slaughter, four groups of rabbits were formed and transported for 2, 4, 6, or 8 hours from the breeding unit to the slaughterhouse. Increasing the duration of transport increased transport losses (2.44% to 4.59%; P<0.001), decreased dressing percentage (59.5% to 58.9%; P<0.01) and increased the redness of the longissimus dorsi muscle (CIE a* 2.38 to 2.73; P<0.05). Commercial...
    - 05-jun-2018

  4. EFFECT OF GRADED LEVEL OF FAT SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE IN THE RABBITS

    Bhatt, R.S.; Swain, N.
    [EN] Fifty Soviet Chinchilla kits (28 d old) were fed diets supplemented with 0,2,4,6 and 8 % palmolein oil up to 84th day of age. Live weight gain and feed conversion ratio (FCR) increased linearly and significantly (P<0.05) with fat supplementation. Highest body weight and best feed conversion ratio was recorded (2287 g and 2.98) with 8 % fat supplementation. Per cent increases in daily gain and FCR were 4.04 and 0.98 with each per cent addition of palmolein oil. Significant (P<0.05) improvement was observed for digestibility of crude protein, ether extract whereas the digestibility of crude fibre decreased with...
    - 05-jun-2018

  5. COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATIONS ON BEHAVIOUR OF WILD AND DOMESTIC RABBITS IN THE NESTBOX

    Selzer, D.; Hoy, ST.
    [EN] Infrared video observations were used to study behaviour in the nestboxes of both adult wild and domestic rabbits. A total of 1080 hours of observations of wild rabbits and 1008 hours of observations of domestic rabbits kept in two enclosures with free access to two nestboxes and some other hiding-places were analysed. Both wild and domestic adult rabbits spent a considerable part of their time (54.9 % in wild and 30.6 % in domestic rabbits) in pairs or in groups of three and voluntarily were in body contact between 65.3 % (domestic rabbits) and 80.4 % (wild rabbits) of...
    - 05-jun-2018

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