2014
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-99402014000400012
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Abstract: Realizou-se este estudo com o objetivo de avaliar níveis de lisina digestível para frangos tipo caipira, machos, de 28 a 56 dias de idade. Utilizou-se 720 frangos pescoço pelado de crescimento lento, da linhagem Label Rouge machos, distribuídos em delineamento inteiramente casualizado, composto por seis níveis de lisina digestível (0,800; 0,850; 0,900; 0,950; 1,000 e 1,050%), seis repetições, com 20 aves cada. Os níveis de lisina digestível não influenciaram (P>0,05) o desempenho dos frangos nos períodos ac… Show more

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“…The non-significant effect of level of lysine on feed intake in this period is similar with the Rosa et al (2014) result, who evaluated digestible lysine values for free-range male broilers between 28 to 56 days of age.…”
Section: Effects Of Different Lysine Values On Performancesupporting
confidence: 85%
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“…The non-significant effect of level of lysine on feed intake in this period is similar with the Rosa et al (2014) result, who evaluated digestible lysine values for free-range male broilers between 28 to 56 days of age.…”
Section: Effects Of Different Lysine Values On Performancesupporting
confidence: 85%
“…Similarly, when evaluating increasing values of digestible lysine in feeds provided to free-range broilers, Rosa et al (2014) observed a quadratic effect for final weight, which increased up to the level of 0.909% digestible lysine in the feed ration.…”
Section: Effects Of Different Lysine Values On Performancementioning
confidence: 89%
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“…Nascimento et al (2009) studied the digestible lysine requirements of Isa Label chickens reared in semi-intensive conditions and estimated a 1.056% digestible lysine to achieve optimal weight gain. However, Rosa et al (2014) estimated that 0.908% digestible lysine should be supplemented into the diet of male broiler chickens at 28-56 days old.…”
Section: Results and Discusionmentioning
confidence: 99%