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“…Almeida Paz and Bruno (2006) write that minerals in bones usually are deposited in the period before egg laying, and the mineral density decreases as the egg production grows. Rayan et al (2013) showed, that the percent content of calcium and phosphorus in the tibia bones decreased with age of layer hens.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Almeida Paz and Bruno (2006) write that minerals in bones usually are deposited in the period before egg laying, and the mineral density decreases as the egg production grows. Rayan et al (2013) showed, that the percent content of calcium and phosphorus in the tibia bones decreased with age of layer hens.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Rath et al (2000) indicate the connection between the bone strength and the bone growth and mass. According to Almeida Paz and Bruno (2006), one of the most important bone quality parameters is mineral density which can be determined by measuring the bone braking strength or the Seedor index (bone weight to length ratio). The authors write that the skeleton quality depends on many factors, such as age, sex, diet or the egg production.…”
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“…Mineral BD can be measured using techniques, such as the mineral composition of the bone, bone resistance, and Seedor index ( Almeida Paz and Bruno, 2006 ). For BR of the femur, the best result was found when the level of Ca was at 3.27%.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Those opposed to tibia optical densitometry argue that it is difficult to standardise results obtained from different researchers. However, this lack of standardization is eliminated by using a densitometric reference, such as an aluminum wedge, next to the bones during the X‐ray exposition and by calibrating the image analyser software using the aluminum wedge as reference (Almeida Paz & Bruno, ). Hydroxyapatite and aluminum have similar densities, thus it is plausible to associate bone mineralization to the amount of aluminum found in a pre‐determined scale (Loubel & Dubois, ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%