2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982010000600015 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: RESUMO -Objetivou-se avaliar os efeitos da redução da densidade energética da dieta sobre a qualidade de ovo de codornas japonesas, mantendo a mesma relação energia metabolizável (EM):nutrientes. Foram utilizadas 400 codornas japonesas dos 76 aos 160 dias de idade, distribuídas em delineamento inteiramente casualizado, com cinco tratamentos, 10 repetições e 8 aves por unidade experimental. Utilizaram-se cinco dietas com densidades energéticas distintas (2.900, 2.800, 2.700, 2.600 e 2.500 kcal de EM/kg), manten… Show more

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“…Egg mass and feed consumption are directly proportional because as consumption increases so does the intake of amino acids, which increases egg mass. Moura et al (2010) found an increase in egg mass for diets with low energy density.…”
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“…Egg mass and feed consumption are directly proportional because as consumption increases so does the intake of amino acids, which increases egg mass. Moura et al (2010) found an increase in egg mass for diets with low energy density.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…The distribution of absolute deviation (Figure 4) indicates that the fuzzy system realistically estimated the weight of the eggs for the environmental conditions in this work, since the deviations were concentrated below 0.20g (79.49%), which represents 2% of the average weight for Japanese quail eggs that is 10g as reported by Albino and Barreto (2003). The development of the membership functions for the output variables was based on field data collection and on research conducted by Pinto et al (2003), Araujo et al (2007), Barreto et al (2007), Umigi et al (2007), Moura et al (2010a), Moura et al (2010b), and Vercese (2010), Lima et al (2011); who reported information regarding egg weight under six temperatures and four humidity levels, totaling twenty-four thermal conditions.…”
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“…Quail rearing proves interesting because of the small physical space required, in addition to several inherent characteristics of the animal, such as low feed intake, short breeding interval, early sexual maturity and persistence in high egg production. In addition, the high quality of final product and the easy breeding and management of these birds should be highlighted (BARRETO et al, 2007), as the egg is the main product for commercial exploitation (MOURA et al, 2010b).…”
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“…The quail egg is considered a nutritive food for human consumption, being one of the best and most economical sources of high quality protein, since its composition meets the most essential amino acids, as well as vitamins, minerals and fatty acids requirements 1 . However, for the nutritional potential of quail egg remain totally available for human consumption, the egg must be preserved during the storing period, since it may take weeks between the time of laying and its acquisition and preparation; thus, the greater this period, the worse the internal quality of the eggs, since they depreciate continuously after laying.…”
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