2014
DOI: 10.4321/s0004-05922014000200014
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Buffalo meat from animals fed with agro industrial in Eastern Amazon

Abstract: ADDITIONAL KEYWORDSCoconut cake. Fatty acids profile. Nutritional quality. Palm cake. PALAVRAS CHAVE ADICIONAISPerfil de ácidos graxos. Qualidade nutricional. Torta de coco. Torta de dendê. SUMMARYThe quality of buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) meat, finished in a silvopastoral system with feed supplementation in the Amazon, was evaluated. Five crossbred buffaloes were used in each treatment with supplements of two different feeds, elaborated with agroindustrial by-products of coconut or palm oil extraction and a tra… Show more

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“…As for feeding, a diet including soybean induced a fat increase, compared to a diet with faba bean [51]. The same occurred with diets supplemented with coconut or palm oil compared to a corn diet [50], or with maize silage compared to alfalfa hay [22]. However, the level of maize silage had no effect on the meat fat content [28].…”
Section: Chemical Composition and Nutritional Propertiesmentioning
confidence: 94%
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“…As for feeding, a diet including soybean induced a fat increase, compared to a diet with faba bean [51]. The same occurred with diets supplemented with coconut or palm oil compared to a corn diet [50], or with maize silage compared to alfalfa hay [22]. However, the level of maize silage had no effect on the meat fat content [28].…”
Section: Chemical Composition and Nutritional Propertiesmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…The effect of the muscle is less clear: Some results indicated lower protein content in Semimembranosus compared to Longissimus dorsi and Semitendinosus [28], whereas others did not detect differences [17]. Diet seems not to influence the protein content [22,28,50]. Collagen is the most abundant protein of the connective tissue and plays a fundamental role in determining meat quality [58].…”
Section: Chemical Composition and Nutritional Propertiesmentioning
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“…The oil supplementation in all forms of safflower soybean, sunflower, linseed and fish oil results in enhancement of CLA contents in meat of small as well as large ruminants. Furthermore, reducing anti-nutritional components in above oil sources leads to more enhancements in CLA content of meat in all ruminants [48][49][50][51][52][53][54].…”
Section: Bio-fortified Cla In Bovine's Meatmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the reducing anti-nutritional contents of linseed, soybean or sunflower, and so on further led to enhance the CLA contents from 0.73 mg/100 g to 0.91 mg/100 g fatty acid in meat [55]. Joele et al reported that 11% supplementation of coconutor 15% palm cake enhanced 7.98 and 4.98% of CLA contents, respectively, in buffalo Red Norte meet [52]. Fish oil supplementation in concentrate-based diet of Charolais steer results in enhancement of meat CLA content to 0.57% to total fatty acids [56].…”
Section: Bio-fortified Cla In Bovine's Meatmentioning
confidence: 99%