A takarmányozás intenzitásának hatása magyar óriás fajtájú nostény házinyulak élotömegére, testösszetételére és különbözo testméreteinek alakulására

Translated title of the contribution: Effect of feeding intensity in live weight, body composition and different body measurements of female Hungarian Giant rabbits

Fodor Kinga, S. Fekete, Zöldág László, Bersényi András, Gáspárdy András, Andrásofszky Emese, M. Kulcsár, Eszes Ferenc

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Experiment with young female Hungarian Giant rabbits was carried out to establish the live body measurements and total body composition in function of feeding intensity. The trial lasted between the age of week 7 and 24 of animals. The animals of the control group (n=11) were fed ad libitum (Group 1: "AL"), while their sisters' feeding was restricted (n=11) properly 70% ad libitum of the intake (Group 2: "RS"). To establish the basic situation, another analogue 7 rabbits were analyzed for major chemical components at the age of 7 weeks. At the end of the week 24, after euthanasia, the total body's major chemical composition was measured. The starting live weights practically were the same: 1,.72+0,34 vs 1,.75+0,35 kg, Group AL and RS, respectively. The average body weight at 24 weeks of age was higher in AL-Group (5,42±0,69 kg vs 4,86±0,32 kg). (Figure 1). Data of average body weight show that the 19 week-old restricted females were similar to the 16 week-old ad libitum and 21 week-old restricted ones resembled to the 17 week-old ad libitum. Significant differences (P

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)285-290
Number of pages6
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume124
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Body Composition
body composition
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rabbits
Body Weight
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Euthanasia
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Control Groups
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chemical composition

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A takarmányozás intenzitásának hatása magyar óriás fajtájú nostény házinyulak élotömegére, testösszetételére és különbözo testméreteinek alakulására. / Kinga, Fodor; Fekete, S.; László, Zöldág; András, Bersényi; András, Gáspárdy; Emese, Andrásofszky; Kulcsár, M.; Ferenc, Eszes.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 124, No. 5, 2002, p. 285-290.

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Kinga, Fodor ; Fekete, S. ; László, Zöldág ; András, Bersényi ; András, Gáspárdy ; Emese, Andrásofszky ; Kulcsár, M. ; Ferenc, Eszes. / A takarmányozás intenzitásának hatása magyar óriás fajtájú nostény házinyulak élotömegére, testösszetételére és különbözo testméreteinek alakulására. In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2002 ; Vol. 124, No. 5. pp. 285-290.
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