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Quality of meat and selenium content in tissues of rabbits fed diets supplemented with sodium selenite, selenized yeast and selenized algae
It is shown that the enrichment of meat with Se is the main benefit of supranutritional Se supply in rabbits, and that Se-yeast and Se-algae are more effective in increasing Se content in tissues than selenite.
EffEct of a diEt containing whitE lupin hulls (Lupinus aLbus cv. amiga) on total tract apparEnt digEstibility of nutriEnts and growth pErformancE of rabbits
It may be concluded that white lupin hulls can serve as a suitable by-product for rabbit feed and do not significantly reduce the nutritive value of the diet.
DRIED CHICORY ROOT (CICHORIUM INTYBUS L.) AS A NATURAL FRUCTAN SOURCE IN RABBIT DIET: EFFECTS ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, DIGESTION AND CAECAL AND CARCASS TRAITS
It is concluded that chicory root can serve as a natural source of inulin- type fructans in rabbit feed and beneficially affected the caecal fermentative activity in the rabbits, without significant reductions in the nutritive value of the diet, growth performance or carcass quality.
Effect of pectin and amidated pectin on cholesterol homeostasis and cecal metabolism in rats fed a high-cholesterol diet.
Hydrophobic amidated pectins significantly altered cholesterol homeostasis in rats and might be considered as a clinically effective hypocholesterolemic agent.
Changes of haematological and biochemical indices with age in rabbits with ad libitum and limited feed intake
The changes in biochemical blood characteristics suggest the restriction did not affect protein metabolism, however, results indicate lipid depletion in restricted rabbits.
Effect of a starter diet supplementation with mannan-oligosaccharide or inulin on health status, caecal metabolism, digestibility of nutrients and growth of early weaned rabbits.
- Z. Volek, M. Marounek, V. Skřivanová
- Biology, MedicineAnimal : an international journal of animal…
- 1 May 2007
The results of the study suggest the importance of using inulin-type fructans in the nutrition of young rabbits, and indicates that prebiotics should be given for a longer time during the fattening period.
Effect of Cryptosporidium parvum infection on the absorptive capacity and paracellular permeability of the small intestine in neonatal calves
Effect of dietary dehulled white lupine seed supplementation on the growth, carcass traits and chemical, physical and sensory meat quality parameters of growing-fattening rabbits.
Effect of diets containing whole white lupin seeds on rabbit doe milk yield and milk fatty acid composition as well as the growth and health of their litters.
WLS is a suitable dietary CP source for lactating does that can replace traditionally used CP sources without adverse effects on feed intake and milk yield or on the growth and viability of their litters.