Langue: Spanish. Type: Journal Article. In AGRIS since: All titles: ” Estudios sobre coturnicultura [Colombia]. ” ” [Studies on quail culture [Colombia]]. El Presidente de la Confederación de Coturnicultores de Colombia CONALCOT Dr. Enrique Galindo se encuentra en nuestra ciudad, para. La Coturnicultura Es El Arte de Criar y Fomentar La Producción de condiciones climatológicas apropiadas, como es el caso de Perú, Colombia, Venezuela.

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Body fat and protein deposits were calculated by slaughtering an additional coturnivultura of 50 one-day-old quail. Quails fed greater ratios presented better development and weight gain, resulting in greater carcass weight and carcass protein deposition, which was also followed by greater fat deposition. Carrera 75 Of. In conclusion, the 0. On reaching 40 coturnicuptura, two birds that were within the average weight of each experimental unit were slaughtered.

Since methionine is an important sulfur amino acid in the translation of messenger RNA, being the first amino acid incorporated in coturnickltura N-terminal position of all proteins, methionine requirement for maintenance and synthesis of feather proteins is as important as the need for body protein synthesis. For the calculation of body fat and protein deposits, the value found in the sample was compared with the average weight of the live animal in each experimental unit, according to Pinto et al.

Consequenty, the ratio observed for feather percentage differs from the one determined by Pinto et al. Diferentes pesos corporais cotrunicultura final da fase de recria sobre o desempenho produtivo de codornas japonesas.

All birds were weighed at the beginning and at the end of the growing phase and at the laying phase to determine weight at 40 and days, and weight gain in each phase. Coturnix japonicaideal protein, productive performance, sulfur amino acids. Temperature and humidity inside the shed were daily recorded.

This allows us to infer that the protein reduction in this study with amino acids supplementation in isonitrogenic diets did not affect maintenance and feathering. Introduction Quail farming is very important for providing jobs and producing high quality protein at a low cost. A total of one-day-old female Japanese quails Coturnix japonica were used body weight 7. Methionine, the first limiting amino acid for quails Mandal et al. Leeson S, Summers JD.


How to cite this article. Efeito da temperatura sobre o desempenho e a qualidade dos ovos de codornas japonesas. A deficiency in crude protein could result in deficient feathering of birds.

They were made of galvanized wire and covered and managed under a raffia curtain for the first 15 days of the birds’ life to keep the place warm. A linear increase occurred in the laying phase for feed intake and weight gain of the birds.

This is possible due to the availability of industrial amino acids in the market. Thus, quails fed diets with the lowest ratios delayed to start the egg-laying phase, presenting a production equal to the others only from the third production week.

Ideal ratio of digestible methionine plus cystine to digestible lysine for growing Japanese quails.

[Studies on quail culture [Colombia]]. [Spanish] [1975]

In general, the birds were provided appropriate temperature and humidity in the experimental units according with the literature, records of maximum and minimum temperature and relative humidity Table 3 as well as the behavior of the animals. A quadratic effect was observed for feed conversion and uniformity at 40 days of age, and percentage of feathers did not vary. According to these authors, a cotugnicultura lower than 0.

Nutrient requirements of poultry. Br Poult Sci ; The use of synthetic amino acids is an interesting alternative to minimize those problems Silva and Costa, Birds were dry-plucked and feathers were weighed for feathering calculations. Birds were moved to laying cages at 41 days of age keeping the same birds from each experimental unit together to evaluate growth and development during the laying phase.

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This limit was not exceeded in the experimental units after birds presented complete feathering, thus preventing them from coturnicuotura potential negative environmental influence on performance. The diets were iso-caloric and iso-nitrogen. Methionine supply during the growth phase can influence the weight at sexual maturity and egg size. Singh RV, Narayan R.


Ideal ratio of digestible methionine plus cystine to digestible lysine for growing Japanese quails

Nevertheless, this practice increases production costs, deviate amino acids for functions not related to growth, worsens environmental conditions, and increases pollution. The quails were fed a single diet based on corn and soybean Table 2 in the laying phase.

Because temperature and humidity in the experimental units did not have extreme variations and because there were no other factors that could make experimental units heterogeneous, it can be inferred that the results found were due to the different amino acid ratios. All the intact eggs produced per replicate in the last three days of each week were weighed and total weight was divided by the number of eggs weighed.

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National Academy Press; Feed intake was weekly measured and the average intake of died birds was subtracted to calculate the real consumption per experimental unit. Light was provided 16 hours a day during the experimental period.

Quails were guided to the water right after being housed. Although a similar response was noted in this study, the best result for feathering was obtained using a lower ratio than that required for weight gain and feed conversion.

Encicl Biosf ; 7: Quail farming is very important for providing jobs and producing high quality protein at a low cost. Most research has focused on the nutritional requirements coombia quails during the laying colommbia and there is little information about requirements during the growing phase.

Next, birds were colomboa, cooled, frozen, and ground to determine the contents of dry matter, ether extract and crude protein according to the AOAC