2021
DOI: 10.1016/j.animal.2020.100104
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Supplementing flaxseed oil for long periods improved carcass quality and breast fatty acid profile in Japanese quail

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“…Corroborated with the recorded results for the L* parameter, the values of parameter a* indicated a decrease (p < 0.05) in the red color of thigh meat, compared to the GSO0 and GSO1.5 groups. According to Mirshekar et al [43], an increased degree of meat lightness is due to a lower pH value, resulting also in higher water losses. It was reported [44] that meat lightness is influenced by collagen deposits on muscles, which are white and accentuate as broilers become older.…”
Section: Effect Of Grape Seed Oil On Color Parameters and The Ph Of The Chicken Meatmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Corroborated with the recorded results for the L* parameter, the values of parameter a* indicated a decrease (p < 0.05) in the red color of thigh meat, compared to the GSO0 and GSO1.5 groups. According to Mirshekar et al [43], an increased degree of meat lightness is due to a lower pH value, resulting also in higher water losses. It was reported [44] that meat lightness is influenced by collagen deposits on muscles, which are white and accentuate as broilers become older.…”
Section: Effect Of Grape Seed Oil On Color Parameters and The Ph Of The Chicken Meatmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…while exhibiting lower levels of saturated fatty acids [22]. Additionally, quail has a shorter generation interval, smaller body size, and requires less space and food compared to chickens [23], making it an accessible source of high-quality animal protein.…”
Section: A C C E P T E Dmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…que relatam que quanto maior é o grau de insaturação dos ácidos graxos de um lipídio, maior é o potencial de formação de micelas no lúmen intestinal, resultando assim, em melhoria no processo digestivo e consequentemente elevação nos valores energéticos, e melhoria no crescimento da ave Mirshekar, Dastar & Shargh (2021). avaliando a suplementação de óleo de linhaça, verificaram que o óleo de linhaça garantiu maior peso de peito da ave, e justificaram tal resultado por esse óleo possui em sua composição o ácido graxo C18:3 (PUFA) em maioria, e esta suplementação resultou em um aumento de 12 vezes no conteúdo total de C18:3 no músculo do peito, o que não foi observado neste experimento.Resultados contrários aos deste estudo foram verificados porStanaćev et al (2014) que concluíram que a introdução de óleo de linhaça nos níveis de 4% e 8% na alimentação de frangos de corte teve efeito positivo na redução da conversão alimentar.…”
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