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Utiliza??o do farelo de girassol na alimenta??o de frangos de corte
Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Mantovani, Cristiane;Murakami, Alice Eiko;Moreira, Ivan;Scapinello, Claudio;Martins, Elias Nunes;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982001000100023
Abstract: a trial was carried out to evaluate the broiler chicks performance fed with increasing sunflower meal levels. a total of 1200 one-day-old chicks were allotted in a completely randomized design with six treatments, four replicates and 50 birds by experimental unit. the treatments consisted on a corn, soybean meal based control diet (rt) and five others with 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50% of soybean meal protein replacement by sunflower meal protein. a quadratic effect of the sunflower meal levels on feed gain at initial phase, on feed intake and average weight gain at growing phase and on weight gain at total period were observed. in isoenergetic and isoaminoacid diets for digestible methionine+cystine and lysine, the soybean meal protein can be replaced by the sunflower meal protein up to 30% level, which corresponds to nearly 15% of sunflower meal inclusion in the broiler chicks diets.
Avalia??o nutricional da silagem de gr?os úmidos de sorgo de baixo ou de alto conteúdo de tanino para coelhos em crescimento
Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Scapinello, Cláudio;Moreira, Ivan;Martins, Elias Nunes;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982006000300020
Abstract: two experiments were carried out to determine the nutritive value and to evaluate the performance of growing rabbits fed on isoenergetic diets containing high moisture sorghum silage grain with low or high tannin levels. in the digestibility assay (experiment 1), the nutritive values of silages were determined with 30 new zealand white rabbits, 15 males and 15 females, 55 days old, allotted in a completely randomized design, with 3 treatments and 10 replications. in each treatment the each sorghum silage replaced 30% basal diet. values of digestible dry matter, organic matter, protein, starch and energy of high moisture sorghum silage grain with low or high tannin content were, respectively, on a dry matter basis, 62.25 and 62.61%; 91.99 and 89.05%; 9.50 and 7.70%; 66.22 and 65.76% and, 4,285 and 4,116 kcal/kg. in performance trial diets containing increasing levels of high moisture sorghum silage grain with low or high tannin content (0, 33, 66 and 100%) in replacement to corn were used. eighty four new zealand white rabbits (42 males and 42 females), 35 days old, were alloted in a completely randomized design, with 7 treatments and 12 replications each. there was no effect on performance, carcass and cost of ration per kilogram live weigh gain of growing rabbits. high moisture sorghum silage grain with low or high tannin content has good nutritive value and may totally replace corn in diets of growing rabbits.
Exigência de energia metabolizável de codornas de corte no período de 1 a 14 dias de idade
Scherer, Carina;Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Martins, Elias Nunes;Scapinello, Cláudio;Ton, Ana Paula Silva;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982011001100030
Abstract: this experiment was carried out to estimate the metabolizable energy (me) requirements for meat quails from 1 to 14 days of age. a total of 1,140 1-day old meat quails were distributed in a completely randomized design, with five treatments (2,750; 2,850; 2,950; 3,050 and 3,150 kcal of me/kg), six replications and 38 quails per experimental unit. there was linear reduction of energy levels in body weight, feed intake and weight gain of birds. the feed conversion ratio showed a quadratic effect, with the best estimate obtained with 2,997 kcal of me/kg. whereas crude protein content did not differ, water content decreased and ether extract increased linearly with the increasing levels of me. the me levels showed a quadratic effect on daily protein accretion rate and daily protein accretion efficiency. the me requirements for meat quail in the initial growing stage is 2,997 kcal/kg, corresponding to a metabolizable energy/crude protein relation of 108.9.
Efeitos da autoclava??o na velocidade e capacidade absorvente de cones de papel empregados em Endodontia
KUBO, Claudio Hideki;GOMES, Ana Paula Martins;JORGE, Antonio Olavo Cardoso;
Revista de Odontologia da Universidade de S?o Paulo , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-06631999000400011
Abstract: the presence of humidity inside the root canal system after instrumentation and removal of the septic content can influence the apex sealing, and consequently, the success of the endodontic treatment. the goal of this paper was to evaluate the influence of the number of autoclave sterilization cycles on the absorbing capability and speed of absorption of paper points used in endodontic procedures. four hundred and forty paper points number 40 were analyzed and the trade marks used were: tanari, tanari "cell pack" , diadent "cell pack" and conne. ten points of each manufacturer received 0 to ten cycles of autoclave sterilization (134oc/15 psi/15 min). after each sterilization cycle, absorption capability and absorption velocity to 1% sodium hypochlorite solution were evaluated. data were analyzed statistically by the anova and tukey tests. in conclusion, the trade marks which suffered less influence by the sterilization cycles in decreasing order were: tanari, tanari "cell pack" , conne and diadent. the best absorption velocities were observed in: tanari "cell pack", tanari, conne and diadent. the autoclave process seems to be a viable procedure, when 10 cycles are applied, only for the paper points of trade mark tanari used in endodontic procedures.
Efeitos da autoclava o na velocidade e capacidade absorvente de cones de papel empregados em Endodontia
KUBO Claudio Hideki,GOMES Ana Paula Martins,JORGE Antonio Olavo Cardoso
Revista de Odontologia da Universidade de S?o Paulo , 1999,
Abstract: A presen a de umidade no interior do sistema de canais radiculares, após o preparo biomecanico e sua desinfec o, pode influenciar no selamento apical e no êxito da obtura o endod ntica. O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar a influência do número de esteriliza es em autoclave, sobre a capacidade e velocidade de absor o dos cones de papel empregados em Endodontia. Foram analisados 440 cones de papel número 40, dos quais dez cones de cada marca comercial receberam de zero à dez ciclos de esteriliza o em autoclave (134°C/15 psi/15 minutos). Após cada ciclo de esteriliza o, os cones foram avaliados quanto a capacidade e velocidade de absor o de solu o de hipoclorito de sódio a 1%. Os dados foram submetidos à análise estatística por meio dos testes da ANOVA (dois critérios) e Tukey (5%). P de-se concluir que, quanto à capacidade de absor o, os cones que sofreram menor influência dos diversos ciclos de esteriliza o em autoclave foram, em ordem decrescente: Tanari, Tanari "cell pack", Conne e Diadent "cell pack". Quanto à velocidade de absor o, os cones que obtiveram os melhores resultados foram: Tanari "cell pack", Tanari, Conne e Diadent "cell pack". A autoclava o mostrou-se um procedimento viável, em até 10 ciclos, apenas para a esteriliza o de cones de papel absorvente da marca Tanari utilizados em Endodontia.
Exigências nutricionais de cálcio e fósforo de codornas de corte em crescimento
Silva, Ronaldo Martins da;Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Ton, Ana Paula Silva;Martins, Elias Nunes;Scherer, Carina;Murakami, Alice Eiko;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982009000800015
Abstract: three experiments were carried out to estimate the calcium and phosphorus requirements of meat quail. in the first experiment (1-14 days of age), 1,250 meat quails were placed in a 5 × 5 factorial arrangement (calcium levels = 0.65, 0.76, 0.87, 0.98 and 1.09% × phosphorus levels = 0.12, 0.22, 0.32, 0.42 and 0.52%), totaling 25 treatments, with two replications of 25 birds per experimental unit. the different calcium levels did not affect bird performance. body weight, weight gain and optic density were influenced in a quadratic form by phosphorus levels and the phosphorus requirement was estimated at 0.41%. the levels of 0.65% calcium and 0.41% phosphorus in diet were enough to meet the requirement of initial phase meat quail. in the second experiment (15-35 days of age), 1,500 meat quails were placed in a 5 × 5 factorial arrangement (calcium levels = 0.61, 0.71, 0.81, 0.91 and 1.01% × phosphorus levels = 0.29, 0.34, 0.39, 0.44 and 0.49%), totaling 25 treatments, with two replications of 30 birds per experimental unit. differences were not observed of the calcium and phosphorus levels on bird performance. optic density was influenced in a quadratic form by phosphorus levels and the phosphorus requirement was estimated at 0.41%. in the third experiment, to assess the calcium and phosphorus balance (28-35 days of age), a linear effect was observed on the calcium intake and excretion with the increase in the calcium levels in the diets. the levels of 0.61% calcium and 0.41% phosphorus in the diet were enough to meet the requirement of finishing meat quail. the calcium levels did not affect bird performance at 1-14 and 15-35 days of age, showing, respectively, 0.65 and 0.61% calcium levels were enough to meet the of meat quail requirement. the estimate of 0.41% phosphorus promoted performance of finishing meat quail.
Sealing ability of castor oil polymer as a root-end filling material
Martins, Giovana Ribeiro de;Carvalho, Claudio Antonio Talge;Valera, Marcia Carneiro;Oliveira, Luciane Dias de;Buso, Leonardo;Carvalho, Alessandra Sverberi;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572009000300017
Abstract: objective: the purpose of this study was to evaluate the sealing ability of castor oil polymer (cop), mineral trioxide aggregate (mta) and glass ionomer cement (gic) as root-end filling materials. forty-five single-rooted human teeth were cleaned and prepared using a step-back technique. the apical third of each root was resected perpendicularly to the long axis direction. all teeth were obturated with gutta-percha and an endodontic sealer. after, a root-end cavity with 1.25-mm depth was prepared using a diamond bur. the specimens were randomly divided into three experimental groups (n=15), according to the root-end filling material used: g1) cop; g2) mta; g3) gic. the external surfaces of the specimens were covered with epoxy adhesive, except the root-end filling. the teeth were immersed in rhodamine b dye for 24 hours. then, the roots were sectioned longitudinally and the linear dye penetration at the dentin/material interface was determined using a stereomicroscope. anova and tukey's tests were used to compare the three groups. the g1 group (cop) presented smaller dye penetration, statistically different than the g2 (mta) and g3 (gic) groups (p<0.05). no statistically significant difference in microleakage was observed between g2 and g3 groups (p>0.05). the results of this study indicate that the cop presented efficient sealing ability when used as a root-end filling material showing results significantly better than mta and gic.
Avalia??o nutricional da silagem de raiz de mandioca contendo soja integral para leit?es na fase inicial
Silva, Marcos Augusto Alves da;Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Moreira, Ivan;Paiano, Diovani;Scherer, Carina;Martins, Elias Nunes;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982008000800015
Abstract: two experiments were carried out to determine nutritive value and verify performance of piglets fed diets with by cassava root silage with or without whole soybean. in the first experiment, 15 crossbred barrows with initial bw of 21.90 ± 2.54 kg were allotted to a split plot design, whole plot (animals) and plot (time) with five diets and six repetitions. four cassava root silages were evaluated: without inoculant (ca), with inoculant (ci), with integral soy (cs), and with integral soy and inoculant (csi). the digestible values of dry matter, protein and ether extract of cs and csi silages and of starch, organic matter and energy andthe metabolizable energy were 80.95, 1.82, 75.01, 77.31%, 3,249 and 3,184 kcal/kg for ca; 82.30, 1.95, 74.65, 81.81%, 3,292 and 3,271 kcal/kg for ci; 80.08, 6.69, 2.35, 64.18, 79.25%, 3,452 and 3,370 kcal/kg for cs and 79.22, 6.73, 2.20, 66.79, 78.46%, 3,342 and 3,303 kcal/kg for csi, respectively, based on 85.45% dry matter. the use of inoculant bacterial enzyme was not effective to improve nutrients digestibility. in the second experiment, 36 crossbred piglets with initial 14.67±1.07 kg bw were assigned to a completely randomized design in a 3 × 2 factorial arrangement (feed and weight classes), with six replications and two piglets per experimental unit. the treatments consisted of a corn-soy meal based diet and other two diets with total cornreplacement by cassava root silage with or without whole soybean. the offer of cassava silage + soybean decreased average daily gain, while the cassava silage + soybean and corn-soy meal based diet worst feed:gain of the piglets. cassava root silage, with or without whole soybean, showed higher nutritive value and could be used without restriction in piglet feeding in the initial phase.
Exigências de lisina digestível e de energia metabolizável para codornas de corte em crescimento
Ton, Ana Paula Silva;Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Martins, Elias Nunes;Toledo, Juliana Beatriz;Scherer, Carina;Conti, Ana Carolina Müller;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982011000300018
Abstract: the objective of this experiment was to estimate the digestible lysine and metabolizable energy (me) requirements for growing meat quails (coturnix coturnix sp). a total of 1,680 quails from 4 to 35 days of age of both sexes were used in a complete random experimental design in a 4 × 4 factorial scheme (dl = 0.92; 1.12; 1.32 and 1.52% × me = 2,800; 2,900; 3,000 and 3,100 kcal/kg of the ration) totaling 16 diets evaluated with 3 replications of 35 quails per experimental diet. increase of the levels of digestible lysine in the diet linearly increased body weight, weight gain, lysine intake and breast yield and reduced water content in the cuts. when levels of metabolizable energy were increased in the diet, it was observed a linear reduction on consumption of lysine and an increase of body weight and abdominal fat yield. however, the simultaneous increase of levels of lysine and metabolizable energy in the diet linearly reduced feed intake and linearly improved feed conversion in the 4-35 day period, but it increased fat content in the cuts. the nutritional requirement of digestible lysine for maximum growth of meat quails is greater than or equal to 1.52%. the level of 2,800 kcal/kg me in ration is sufficient to allow a good performance of the birds, however, for a better feed conversion, greater levels are needed.
Utiliza??o da raspa integral de mandioca na alimenta??o de coelhos
Michelan, Andrea Cristiane;Scapinello, Cláudio;Furlan, Antonio Claudio;Martins, Elias Nunes;Faria, Haroldo Garcia de;Andreazzi, Márcia Aparecida;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982007000600017
Abstract: two experiments were carried out with the objective to evaluate the use of cassava root scrapings (crs) for growing rabbits. in the digestibility assay, 22 rabbits with 50 days of age were distributed in a completely randomized design with two treatments and 11 replicates. two diets were used, one as reference-diet and one test, in which crs substituted 25% of dm reference-diet. the digestible values of the dm, cp, ndf, adf, energy and starch (%dm), were respectively 83.84%, 1.89%, 8.34%, 3.31%, 3,447 kcal/kg and 55.35%. in the performance trial, 180 rabbits were used, in the period from 35 to 70 days of age. the rabbits were distributed in a completely randomized design, with six treatments (0, 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100% of crs in replacement of corn digestible energy) and 15 replicates of two animals per experimental unit. in the period from 35 to 50 days of age, there was a quadratic effect of feeding crs in the diet on feed conversion. in the period from 35 to 70 days of age, there was a quadratic effect on lw at 70 days of age, daily weight gain and feed conversion and cost of ration/kg of lw gain. a quadratic effect also was found for carcass weight. in the period from 35 to 50 and from 35 to 70 days of age, the feed conversion of the animals fed diets with 20% and 100% of replacement of corn by crs was better in relationship to the others animals. the cassava root scrapings could be incorporated in growing rabbits rations up to of 27.32%, substituting 100% of corn digestible energy.
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