Fatty acid profile of plasma, muscle and adipose tissues in Chilota lambs grazing on two different low quality pasture types in Chiloé Archipelago (Chile).

@article{Gallardo2014FattyAP,
  title={Fatty acid profile of plasma, muscle and adipose tissues in Chilota lambs grazing on two different low quality pasture types in Chilo{\'e} Archipelago (Chile).},
  author={M. Gallardo and D. Dannenberger and J. Rivero and R. Pulido and K. Nuernberg},
  journal={Animal science journal = Nihon chikusan Gakkaiho},
  year={2014},
  volume={85 11},
  pages={
          935-41
        }
}
There is no information about the effect of different pasture types on tissue fatty acid profiles of a native rustic lamb breed of the Chiloe Archipelago, the Chilota. Eight Chilota lambs were grazed on a 'Calafatal' pasture (CP), a typical secondary succession of Chiloé Archipelago (Chile) and eight Chilota lambs were located to graze on naturalized pasture (NP) of Chiloé. Botanical, chemical and lipid composition of the two types of pastures and of different lamb tissues (muscle, subcutaneous… Expand
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