2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162010000500001 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Broiler chickens in Brazil are generally reared from 1 to 42 days when they are exposed to procedures such as fasting, harvesting, crating and transport to slaughter. Maintaining homeostasis is of great importance for broiler survival under harsh environment especially prior to slaughter. Heat loss varies in the distinct parts of the body during the growth period, and it is related to the air temperature of the environment and to the amount of feather covering. This research aimed to study the surface temperat… Show more

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“…Mean body Ts varied according to rearing ambient temperature (Table 5) and was not affected by dietary propolis addition. Similar values are reported in the current literature when rearing ambient temperatures are around 40 ºC (Mustaf et al, 2008;Nääs et al, 2010). Results are expressed as mean ± standard deviation.…”
Section: Rearing Ambient and Surface Temperaturesupporting
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“…Mean body Ts varied according to rearing ambient temperature (Table 5) and was not affected by dietary propolis addition. Similar values are reported in the current literature when rearing ambient temperatures are around 40 ºC (Mustaf et al, 2008;Nääs et al, 2010). Results are expressed as mean ± standard deviation.…”
Section: Rearing Ambient and Surface Temperaturesupporting
“…The adopted emissivity value for the tiles was 0.92 (Nääs et al, 2001). For calculating bird Ts, points were selected in feathered areas (neck and trunk) and featherless areas (comb, wattle and eyes), using the emissivity value of 0.94 for feathered areas and 0.95 for featherless areas, and the camera was placed at 0.72m distant from the birds (Nääs et al, 2010). Ambient temperature and relative humidity were recorded twice weekly at 07h00min and 13h00min, using a digital temperature and relative humidity recorder (Amprobe, Everett, U.S.A.).…”
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“…During pododermatitis scoring, footpad surface temperature (FPST, ºC) of each individual bird was registered to assess inflammation. The infrared camera was positioned at 1 m distance from the target, and the adopted emissivity of skin adopted was 0.95, and 0.91 for the litter (Cangar et al, 2008;Nääs et al, 2010).Footpad surface temperature were recorded in five selected points around footpad using the TESTO software.…”
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