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“…The results show the particular traits of local Brazilian Piau pig breed, which presented low performance and high ability to deposit fat during the experiment. These data agree with Serão et al (2011), Sousa Júnior et al (2014 and Veroneze et al (2014). The coefficients of variation were low to moderate in magnitude (4.93 to 20.31), indicating that the experimental analyses were performed with the necessary precision to ensure interpretation of the results.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 89%
“…The results show the particular traits of local Brazilian Piau pig breed, which presented low performance and high ability to deposit fat during the experiment. These data agree with Serão et al (2011), Sousa Júnior et al (2014 and Veroneze et al (2014). The coefficients of variation were low to moderate in magnitude (4.93 to 20.31), indicating that the experimental analyses were performed with the necessary precision to ensure interpretation of the results.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 89%
“…Oncreasing the fat quantity adds value to the product for consumption in natura as processed products. Several studies have identified the Piau local breed as a genetic source of meat quality traits such as higher intramuscular fat (Serão et al, 2011), and thus may be used in programs aiming to improve quality as well as resistance to disease and stress in crossbred swine (Veroneze et al, 2014). For these reasons, Piau pigs may also be successfully kept in organic farms.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, our findings are in accordance with the previously stated decreased productive performance and high subcutaneous fat of Piau crossbred pigs [ 12 ]. These results were expected since Brazilian native purebred Piau pigs are recognized for their high-fat deposition [ 13 ] and lower growth performance [ 21 ]. Teixeira et al [ 8 ] have reported a reduction of more than 300 g/day in weight gain, an increase of more than 1.5 g/g in feed conversion, and a two-fold higher backfat thickness of Piau purebred pigs compared to commercial genotypes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…The Brazilian native purebred Piau pig is a lard-type breed characterized by adaptability to adverse environmental conditions and resistance to diseases [ 10 , 11 ]. However, besides a lower productive performance and muscularity, the Piau pig has more subcutaneous and intramuscular fat compared to current commercial lines [ 12 , 13 ]. This study was performed under the hypothesis that the crossbreeding of non-selected local pig breeds with commercial genotypes would improve the thermotolerance of progeny pigs.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%