Effects of breed type and restricted versus ad libitum feeding on fatty acid composition and cholesterol content of muscle and adipose tissue from mature bovine females.

@article{Eichhorn1986EffectsOB,
  title={Effects of breed type and restricted versus ad libitum feeding on fatty acid composition and cholesterol content of muscle and adipose tissue from mature bovine females.},
  author={J M Eichhorn and Leana J Coleman and E J Wakayama and Gary J Blomquist and Cindee M. Bailey and T. G. Jenkins},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1986},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={781-94}
}
Fatty acid composition and cholesterol content of muscle and adipose tissue from mature cows (N = 101) representing 15 breeds and crosses were determined. An initial group of cows was slaughtered after being fed slightly above the maintenance level for 2 wk; the remaining cows were fed either at the maintenance level or ad libitum for 84 d, then slaughtered. Samples of triceps brachii and longissimus muscle and subcutaneous and perinephric adipose tissue were obtained from each carcass. In… CONTINUE READING

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