publication . Article . 2010

Effect of a long term feeding restriction on the subsequent body weight, condition score, and tissue composition of mature goats

Manuel Gómez Pastén; Ofelia Mora Izaguirre; Rosa María Meléndez Soto; José Luis Romano Muñoz; Héctor Vera Avila; Armando Shimada Miyasaka;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2010
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícolas y Pecuarias
Abstract
Para determinar la respuesta de cabras adultas a una restricción alimenticia prolongada y el efecto en su peso, condición y composición corporal, se llevó a cabo un experimento usando 21 cabras hembras encastadas de Nubia, adultas, vacías y secas. Se registró durante nueve semanas el peso, condición corporal y consumo diario. Después se dividieron completamente al azar en tres grupos, para recibir durante 36 semanas los siguientes niveles de alimentación (NA): 100, 80 y 60, como porcentaje del consumo observado previamente. Se analizó químicamente el tejido disectable, corazón, riñón e intestinos. El peso y la condición corporal disminuyeron con la restricción a...
Subjects
free text keywords: Condición corporal, Peso corporal, Composición química, Acidos grasos, Cabras, Body condition, Body weight, Chemical composition, Fatty acids, Goats, Animal culture, SF1-1100, Veterinary medicine, SF600-1100
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publication . Article . 2010

Effect of a long term feeding restriction on the subsequent body weight, condition score, and tissue composition of mature goats

Manuel Gómez Pastén; Ofelia Mora Izaguirre; Rosa María Meléndez Soto; José Luis Romano Muñoz; Héctor Vera Avila; Armando Shimada Miyasaka;