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Composi??o química e energética de alguns alimentos para frangos de corte em duas idades
Generoso, Rafaela Antonia Ramos;Gomes, Paulo Cezar;Rostagno, Horacio Santiago;Albino, Luiz Fernando Teixeira;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Brumano, Gladstone;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982008000700016
Abstract: this experiment was carried out to determine of the values of apparent metabolizable energy (ame) and nitrogen corrected apparent metabolizable energy (amen) and to determine of the chemical composition of some feeds. the traditional method of total excreta collection was used with male broilers chickens in the period from 21 to 30 days old and 41 to 50 days old. the birds were distributed to a completely randomized experimental design, with eleven diets, ten with tested feeds and one reference diet, and each diet with six replications and six and four birds per experimental unit. the following feeds were studied: broken rice, whole rice meal, corn, sorghum, wheat bran, soybean meal, peanut meal, and cottonseed meal, 28%cp, and two sugarcane yeast (40 and 43% cp). the values of amen (kcal/kg as fed), in the first and second experimental periods were, respectively, for sugarcane yeast 40% cp: 2.395 and 2.483, for sugarcane yeast 43% cp: 2.626 and 2.726, for soybean meal: 2.202 and 2.306, for cottonseed meal 28% cp: 1.605 and 1.786: for peanut meal: 2.155 and 2.471, for wheat bran: 1.683 e 1.877, for sorghum: 3.165 and 3.364, for corn: 3.351 and 3.524, for whole rice meal: 2.446 and 2.650 and for the broken rice: 3.138 and 3.278. all values of ame and amen, for al feeds, were higher in second experimental period, showing that, with advancing of the age, birds improve the utilization of feeds.
Níveis de lisina digestível em ra??es para poedeiras no período de 24 a 40 semanas de idade
Rocha, Tatiana Cristina da;Gomes, Paulo Cezar;Donzele, Juarez Lopes;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Mello, Heloisa Helena de Carvalho;Brumano, Gladstone;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982009000900012
Abstract: the objective of this study wast to determine the requirement of digestible lysine for light-weight laying hens 24 to 40 weeks of age. two hundred and sixteen hy-line w36 light-weight laying hens were allotted to a randomized complete blocks with six treatments, six blocks and six hens per experimental unit. the treatments consisted of a basal diet, with 14.54% crude protein, deficient in digestible lysine (0.545%), supplemented with six levels of l-lysine hcl (78%) 0.00; 0.059; 0.118; 0.177; 0.237 and 0.295%. considering the digestibility of the lysine to be 97.6%, the amount of l-lysine. hcl added in each diet supplied 0.00; 0.045; 0.090; 0.135; 0.180 and 0.225 digestible lysine, respectively, resulting in diets with 0.545; 0.590; 0.635; 0.680; 0.725 and 0.770% digestible lysine. feed intake, lysine intake, egg production, average egg weight, egg mass, feed conversion (kg feed/egg dozen), albumen index and final weight gain of the chickens showed a linear response with increase in the digestible lysine levels. there was a quadratic effect for the levels of digestible lysine on feed conversion/egg mass but no significant effect on haugh units, yolk index and egg components was detected. the digestible lysine requirement was estimated to be at least 0.770% of the diet, corresponding to the intake of 759 mg of lysine digestible/hen/day.
Efeito da redu??o da densidade energética de dietas sobre as características do ovo de codorna japonesa
Moura, Guilherme de Souza;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Lanna, Eduardo Arruda Teixeira;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982010000600015
Abstract: the aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of reduction of energetic density of the diet on the quality of japanese quail eggs, keeping the same metabolizable energy (me):nutrients relationship. it was used 400 japanese quails from 76 to 160 days of age, distributed in a complete random design, with five treatments, 10 replicates and 8 birds per experimental unity. it was used five diets with different energetic densities (2,900; 2,800; 2,700; 2,600; and 2,500 kcal me/kg), keeping constant the relationship between metabolizable energy and nutrients of the diet, which had 2,900 kcal me/kg. diet was fed ad libitum during all the experimental period. there was a significant difference only on the ration intake and on the egg specific weight. it was not observed significant difference among diets for the following parameters: metabolizable energy intake, crude protein and amino acids, egg weight, egg mass, yolk weight, yolk percentage, albumen height, albumen percentage, shell weight, shell percentage, egg diameters and egg height. diets with 2,800 and 2,900 kcal me/kg, by keeping constant metabolizable energy:nutrients ratio, provide the same egg quality.
Aproveitamento de nutrientes e de energia da ra??o de codornas japonesas em postura com o uso de fitase
Lima, Heder José D'Avila;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Albino, Luiz Fernando Teixeira;Melo, Diane Santos;Ballod, Mellina de Abreu;Almeida, Rodrigo Lopes de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982010000700018
Abstract: this experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of phytase addition on the use of feeding ingredients for laying quails. it was used 200 female japanese quails at 251 days of age at an average weight of 187.2 ± 6.0 g and egg production rate of 84.8%. the quails were distributed in a complete random design with four experimental diets and five repetitions of ten birds per experimental unity. the experimental diets were consisted of corn and soybean meal based feedings formulated in order to meet the nutritional requirements of the quails and to the recomendations of phytase matrix supplemented with 0, 200, 400 or 600 phytase units (pu/kg). by using the method of total excreta collection, it was determined the values of ingested dry matter, excreted dry matter, apparent metabolizable energy (ame), apparent metabolizable energy corrected by nitrogen retention (amen), and the coefficients of energy metabolizability corrected or not by nitrogen balance. it was also calculated the quantities of phosphorus, calcium, and nitrogen retained by bird/day. in general, there was an improvement on the use of energy from feeding with phytase supplementation. levels of 195 and 186 pu/kg resulted in a better use of ame and amen. there was no difference on retention of phosphorus and calcium. level of 600 (pu/kg) promotes the lowest nitrogen excretion, however, 368 pu/kg is enough for a maximal retention of nitrogen by the quails.
Utiliza??o de aditivos em ra??es formuladas com milho normal e de baixa qualidade para frangos de corte
Godoi, Mauro Jarbas de Souza;Albino, Luiz Fernando Teixeira;Rostagno, Horacio Santiago;Gomes, Paulo Cezar;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Vargas Junior, José Geraldo de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982008000600008
Abstract: an experiment was conducted with 2,112 ross male broiler chicks, with the objective to evaluate the use of non-nutrient additives (antibiotic, prebiotic and symbiotic) on performance and carcass characteristics of broilers. the birds were distributed in a complete randomized design in 2 × 6 (corn × additive) factorial arrangement, with 12 rations, eight replicates and 22 birds per experimental unit. diets were based on corn and soybean meal, using in the half the rations standard quality corn (rations 1 to 6) and the other half low quality corn (rations 7 to 12). the rations were: 1 and 7, basal diet (bd); 2 and 8, bd + antibiotic; 3 and 9, bd + symbiotic; 4 and 10, bd + prebiotic 1 (0.5 kg/t); 5 and 11, bd + prebiotic 1 (1.0 kg/t) and 6 and 12 bd + prebiotic 2 (1.0 kg/t). to increase the animal health challenge, beyond the reused bed, drinkers were not periodically cleaned, with the objective to decrease water quality. average weight gain, feed intake and feed conversion ratio were evaluated at 21 and 42 days of age. at 23 days of age, the physical characteristic of liver and the presence of petechias in the breast and drumstick were determined, and at 42 days of age, the carcass characteristics and relative liver weight were also evaluated. additive effect on average weight gain at 21days age, and on average weight gain and feed intake at 42 days age was observed. there was no additive effect on the others evaluated characteristics. the prebiotic based on mannanoligosaccharides and symbiotic can replace antibiotic avilamicin in broiler diets, therefore they had not promoted losses in the performance of the birds. the uses of low quality corn worse the animal performance, with decresaing yield and carcass quality of broiler chickens.
Efeito dos níveis de triptofano digestível em dietas para codornas japonesas em postura
Pinheiro, Sandra Regina Freitas;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Albino, Luiz Fernando Teixeira;Rostagno, Horacio Santiago;Umigi, Regina Tie;Brito, Claudson Oliveira;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982008000600009
Abstract: the adequate level (0.12, 0.16, 0.20, 0.24, and 0.28%) of the dietary digestible tryptophan was evaluated in 400 laying japanese quail from 21 to 30 weeks old. the animals were housed in laying cages, with initial weight of 158.50 g and egg production average of 84.50%. a completely randomized blocks design, with eight blocks, five diets, eight replicates of ten birds per replicate and three experimental periods of 21 days each was used. feed intake (g/bird/day), digestible tryptophan intake (mg/bird/day), egg production (%/bird/day), egg weight (g), egg mass (kg/bird/day) and feed conversion (kg feed intake per kg eggs and dozen eggs) were the characteristics evaluated. only the characteristics digestible tryptophan intake and egg production rate show significant effects of digestible tryptophan levels in the diets. performance response of the japanese quails in posture, regarding the adjustment obtained through models of linear regression and broken-line regression model, and the biological interpretation, allow to conclude that to obtain the best productive performance, the japanese quails diets should contain the level of 0.21% digestible tryptophan, that results in a daily intake of 45.0 mg/ bird of digestible tryptophan, corresponding to the digestible tryptophan: digestible lysine ratio of 21%.
Efeito da suplementa??o de enzima fitase sobre o metabolismo de nutrientes e o desempenho de poedeiras
Viana, Maurício Tárcio dos Santos;Albino, Luiz Fernando Teixeira;Rostagno, Horacio Santiago;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Silva, Eliane Aparecida da;Florentino, Wenderson Magno;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982009000600015
Abstract: the effect of the addition of phytase enzyme on performance and metabolism of laying hens was evaluated. three hundred and sixty bovans goldline hens were allotted to a completely randomized design, with 12 replicates of 6 birds per unit and 5 experimental treatments as follows: t1 = positive control (pc), t2 = negative control (nc by 0.15% phosphorus available), t3 = nc + 200 ftu of phytase, t4 = nc + 400 ftu of phytase, t5 = nc + 600 ftu of phytase. the positive control diets were formulated to contain adequate nutrient levels according to recommendations of the brazilian tables. diet of treatments 2, 3, 4 and 5 (negative control) were calculated with reduced contents of nutrients present in the nutritional contribution of the enzyme complex evaluated according with recommendations from the manufacturer. the parameters evaluated were: feed intake, egg production, egg weight, egg mass and feed:gain ratio (per g of egg mass and per dozen of egg). in the metabolism trial, feed consumption and total excreta production per replicate were measured to determine the metabolizable energy values (apparent me and apparent nitrogen corrected me), metabolizability coefficients of gross energy and nitrogen retention and p and ca balance of the experimental layer diets. the addition of phytase (200, 400 and 600 ftu) to the negative control diet resulted in layers with egg mass production, feed:gain ratio per egg mass similar to layers fed the positive control diet. the egg components parameters were not affected by treatments, except the eggshell weight, which increased with the addition of phytase in the diets. the addition of 600 ftu of phytase improve the metabolism of nutrients in nutritionally deficient diets.
Corre??o de regurgita??o paravalvar mitral por via percutanea guiada por ecocardiograma transesofágico tridimensional
Aguiar Filho, Gentil Barreira de;Guimar?es, Guilhermo Guerra;Toledo, Leonardo Mello Guimar?es de;Le Bihan, David Costa de Souza;Braga, Sergio Luiz Navarro;Esteves, Cesar Augusto;
Revista Brasileira de Cardiologia Invasiva , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-83972012000200018
Abstract: reoperation is the method of choice for correction of prosthetic paravalvular leaks. the percutaneous repair of mitral paravalvular leaks might represent an interesting alternative for selected cases. we report two cases of mitral paravalvular leaks treated with amplatzertm vascular plug iii guided by three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography using the percutaneous approach. the first case was of a 55-year old male who had undergone five previous cardiac surgeries (aortic and mitral valve replacements) and evolved with new york heart association (nyha) class iii heart failure and severe mitral regurgitation. the second case was of a 76-year old male previously submitted to aortic valve replacement twice, the last one associated to mitral valve replacement, which evolved with nyha class iv heart failure and severe mitral regurgitation, and had several comorbidities increasing surgical risk. the procedures were performed percutaneously under general anesthesia using the transeptal approach to deploy the plugs, which occluded the paravalvular defects successfully in both cases.
Composi??o química e valor energético de alimentos de origem animal utilizados na alimenta??o de codornas japonesas
Araujo, Marcelle Santana de;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Gomes, Paulo Cezar;Donzele, Juarez Lopes;Oliveira, Will Pereira de;Valeriano, Matheus Henrique;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982011000200014
Abstract: it was evaluated the chemical composition and energy values of slaughterhouse by-product meal for male japanese quails (coturnix coturnix japonica). it was used 320 male quails at 32 days of age, distributed in a complete random experimental design, with five diets (one reference diet and four test diets), each one evaluated with eight replicates with eight birds per experimental unity. meals replaced 25% of the reference diet and their metabolizable energy values as well as their metabolizability coefficients were determined by using the total excreta method collection. values of apparent metabolizable energy (kcal/kg) and apparent energy corrected for nitrogen balance (kcal/kg) are, respectively, 2,152 and 2,142 for meat and bone meal; 3,139 and 3,137 for feather meal; 2,658 and 2,651 for fish meal and 3,692 and 3,668 for poultry viscera meal. metabolizability coefficients are 60.51% for meat and bone meal; 59.25% for feather meal; 64.09% for fish meal and 78.64% for poultry viscera meal.
Relationship of arginine with lysine in diets for laying Japanese quails
Reis, Renata de Souza;Barreto, Sergio Luiz de Toledo;Abjaude, Walason da Silva;Dutra, Daniel Rodrigues;Santos, Marilú;Paula, Eriane de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982012000100016
Abstract: to determine the relationship of arginine with lysine for japanese quails during the period of production, an experiment was conducted using 360 subspecies of japanese quails (coturnix coturnix japonica) with 162 days of age, distributed in a completely randomized design. diets were formulated with corn, soybean meal, sorghum and wheat bran containing 20.0% crude protein and 2,800 kcal me/kg. the basal diet contained suboptimal level of lysine equal to 1% and was supplemented with five levels of l-arginine 99% (0.032; 0.083; 0.134; 0.185 and 0.236%) to replace the glutamic acid, corresponding to the relationship of arginine with digestible lysine of 1.16, 1.21, 1.26, 1.31 and 1.36. the parameters studied were: feed intake, egg production per hen/day, egg production per hen housed, commercial egg production, egg weight, egg mass, feed conversion by egg mass, feed conversion per dozen eggs, weight and percentage of components of the eggs (yolk, albumen and shell) and specific gravity. there was no significant effect on the relationship of arginine with digestible lysine in the diet of japanese quails for any of the parameters examined. the arginine/lysine ratio of 1.16, which corresponds to a daily intake of 288.84 mg of arginine, provides satisfactory performance and egg quality of japanese quails.
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