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Rats were fed a semisynthetic diet containing either sunflower oil or soya oil. Half the litter fed with sunflower oil diet was changed to a soya oil diet when the pups were 15 days old (during active myelination). Fatty acid analysis was then performed on subcellular fractions of the animals fed (a) soya oil, (b) sunflower oil, and (c) soya oil replacing(More)
The aim of the study was to examine the effect of a linseed diet on meat quality and on lipogenesis in rabbits. Twelve rabbits were fed a control or a linseed diet. There was no diet effect on growth, food consumption, carcass characteristics and meat ultimate pH and colour. Feeding the linseed diet increased the n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA)(More)
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