2015
DOI: 10.1590/1516-635xspecialissuenutrition-poultryfeedingadditives047-056
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Abstract: An experiment was conducted to evaluate the addition of the oil resins of sucupira (Pterodon emarginatus Vog.) and copaiba (Copaifera langsdorffii) to broiler diets on chicken meat composition, quality, and lipid peroxidation. 350 one-d-old broiler chicks were submitted to seven treatments, consisting of the diets supplemented with copaiba (COP) or sucupira (SUC) resin oils at three different concentrations (500, 900, and 1300 ppm) plus a negative control diet (CONT). At 37 days of age, 10 birds per treatment … Show more

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“…Moreover, antioxidant activity seems to be dose‐dependent; for example, ascorbic acid stimulates lipid oxidation at low levels and prevents lipid oxidation at high levels, while sucupira ( Pterodon emarginatus Vog.) resin oil prevents lipid oxidation at low dietary levels and stimulates lipid oxidation at high dietary levels . Therefore hop β ‐acids could also have dose‐dependent prooxidant effects, stimulating lipid oxidation at high levels.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Moreover, antioxidant activity seems to be dose‐dependent; for example, ascorbic acid stimulates lipid oxidation at low levels and prevents lipid oxidation at high levels, while sucupira ( Pterodon emarginatus Vog.) resin oil prevents lipid oxidation at low dietary levels and stimulates lipid oxidation at high dietary levels . Therefore hop β ‐acids could also have dose‐dependent prooxidant effects, stimulating lipid oxidation at high levels.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…resin oil prevents lipid oxidation at low dietary levels and stimulates lipid oxidation at high dietary levels. 68 Therefore hop -acids could also have dose-dependent prooxidant effects, stimulating lipid oxidation at high levels.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Meatballs were prepared just after the breast meat samples had been collected. 18 Fifteen samples, with three samples from each of the five treatments (A, B and C), were selected for the metabolomics and redox stability analyses.…”
Section: Broiler Feeding Trialsmentioning
confidence: 99%