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4 August 2016 Relative contribution of breed, gender, and diet to the fatty acid profile of young crossbred beef cattle finished on feedlot
M.L.P. Silva, M. Juárez, R.T. Nassu, R.R. Tullio, A. Berndt, M.M. Alencar, D.C. Rolland, M.E.R. Dugan
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Fatty acid profile of crossbred beef cattle fed either a diet with corn gluten and protected fat (A) or a control diet (B) was evaluated. Animal’s gender and diet had greater influence on fatty acid profile than genotype. Diet A increased polyunsaturated fatty acids/saturated fatty acids ratio and decreased t11/t10-18:1 ratio and n-6 content.

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M.L.P. Silva, M. Juárez, R.T. Nassu, R.R. Tullio, A. Berndt, M.M. Alencar, D.C. Rolland, and M.E.R. Dugan "Relative contribution of breed, gender, and diet to the fatty acid profile of young crossbred beef cattle finished on feedlot," Canadian Journal of Animal Science 97(1), 6-9, (4 August 2016). https://doi.org/10.1139/cjas-2015-0147
Received: 28 September 2015; Accepted: 1 June 2016; Published: 4 August 2016
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