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Gas chromatographic quantification of fatty acids profile from administered forage to lactating buffaloes

Author(s): Aurelia Coroian | Vioara Mireşan | Cristian O. Coroian | Camelia Răducu | Cristian T. Matea | Monica Trif | Antonia Odagiu | Stelian Dărăban

Journal: Animal Biology & Animal Husbandry
ISSN 2066-7612

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 129;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: forage | fatty acids | gas chromatography

The dairy buffalo feeding must supply their optimal economic and technical level andhighlights their biological production potential output. This study aims to emphasize the results of thephysical and chemical compounds analyze from the administered forage to lactating buffaloes, andprofile of the fatty acids, using gas chromatography. The most representative fatty acids from theforage are: palmitic acid C16:0, linoleic acid C18:2 and linolenic acid C18:3. The dry matter of theadministered forage to lactating buffaloes varies between the following average values: 88.65±0.02%and 93.59±0.01%.
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