publication . Article . 2013

Effect of oils and seeds in ruminant diets on milk fat fatty acid profile. Review

Andrés L. Martínez Marín; Manuel Pérez Hernández; Luis M. Pérez Alba; Domingo Carrión Pardo; Gustavo Gómez Castro; Ana I. Garzón Sígler;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2013
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícolas y Pecuarias
Abstract
Este trabajo presenta una revisión del efecto de la adición de aceites y semillas ricos en ácidos grasos insaturados, a la dieta de las hembras rumiantes, sobre el contenido de ácidos grasos de la grasa láctea. Cuando se incluyen aceites y semillas en la dieta, los cambios del perfil de ácidos grasos de la leche ocurren en el mismo sentido en vacas, ovejas y cabras. Algunos de los efectos observados son comunes a todos los aceites y semillas con independencia del ácido graso mayoritario que aportan a la dieta (oleico, linoleico o α-linolénico): no suelen afectar negativamente al contenido de ácido butírico, reducen el de ácidos grasos saturados de cadena media, ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lípidos, Rumiantes, Leche, Grasa láctea, Ácidos grasos, Lipids, Ruminants, Milk, Milk fat, Fatty acids, Animal culture, SF1-1100, Veterinary medicine, SF600-1100
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publication . Article . 2013

Effect of oils and seeds in ruminant diets on milk fat fatty acid profile. Review

Andrés L. Martínez Marín; Manuel Pérez Hernández; Luis M. Pérez Alba; Domingo Carrión Pardo; Gustavo Gómez Castro; Ana I. Garzón Sígler;