2012
DOI: 10.15193/zntj/2012/83/185-194
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Quality of Eggs From Organically Reared Laying Hens During Their First and Second Year of Production

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“…The proportion of SFA in the yolks was 39.74-40.40%, while that of UFA was 59.22-58.69%. Among unsaturated fatty acids, the highest share was noted for C18:1 (40.17-41.12%) and C18:2 (10.95-11.02%), which was in agreement with results obtained by Hidalgo et al (2008), Kirubakaran et al (2011) and Sokołowicz et al (2012). The highest share of SFA in the present study was noted for C16:0, which was also in agreement with the results of the studies cited above.…”
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confidence: 93%
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“…The proportion of SFA in the yolks was 39.74-40.40%, while that of UFA was 59.22-58.69%. Among unsaturated fatty acids, the highest share was noted for C18:1 (40.17-41.12%) and C18:2 (10.95-11.02%), which was in agreement with results obtained by Hidalgo et al (2008), Kirubakaran et al (2011) and Sokołowicz et al (2012). The highest share of SFA in the present study was noted for C16:0, which was also in agreement with the results of the studies cited above.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 93%
“…The yolk of eggs from Hy-Line Brown hens contained 262.6 mg of cholesterol, compared to 276.6 mg for Messa 43 hens. Sokołowicz et al (2012) found similar cholesterol content in egg yolks from Green-legged Partridge hens, irrespective of their age. Cywa-Benko and Krawczyk (2004) found the average cholesterol content in 1 g of egg yolk from 19-45 week Leghorn H22 hens to be 15.37 mg.…”
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“…Monounsaturated fatty acids had the largest share of the lipid profile in this study. This was consistent with the results of Choi et al (2001) and Polat et al (2013) but differs from those of Sokołowicz et al (2012). Although it appears that nutrition has a primary influence on the fatty acid profile of egg yolk, Cherian (2008) observed that the effect of the age of broiler breeder hens was significant.…”
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confidence: 90%