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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.74.2003.tde-28042004-123947
Document
Author
Full name
Gustavo Ribeiro Del Claro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Pirassununga, 2003
Supervisor
Committee
Zanetti, Marcus Antonio (President)
Gomide, Catarina Abdalla
Vieira, Paulo de Figueiredo
Title in Portuguese
Influência do balanço cátion-aniônico da dieta no desempenho de ovinos.
Keywords in Portuguese
ânion
BCAD
cálcio
cátion
desempenho
fósforo
pH
Abstract in Portuguese
O efeito do balanço cátion-aniônico da dieta (BCAD) no desempenho, balanço macromineral (cálcio, fósforo, sódio e potássio), na fermentação ruminal , pH urinário e na concentração sérica de cálcio, foi estudado utilizando-se 25 ovinos machos, da raça Santa Inês, por um período de 75 dias. O delineamento experimental foi em blocos ao acaso, com cinco tratamentos. Para a manipulação do BCAD foram adicionados sulfato de amônio e bicarbonato de sódio, obtendo-se os seguintes tratamentos: -160, -40, 140, 250 e 500 mEq/kg MS. O aumento do BCAD resultou em aumento da IMS, aumento em ganhos diários e eficiência alimentar (P<0,05). O pH ruminal, pH urinário e o volume urinário aumentaram com aumento do BCAD (P<0,05). O perfil de ácidos graxos ruminais não foi afetado pelo BCAD. O BCAD influenciou o metabolismo macromineral principalmente o de cálcio, com a diminução do BCAD o cálcio sérico aumentou. Dietas aniônicas aumentaram a excreção urinária de cálcio, entretanto a retenção não foi afetada.
Title in English
Influence of dietary cation anion balance on performance in sheep
Keywords in English
anion
calcium
cation
DCAB
performance
pH
phosphorus
Abstract in English
The dietary cation-anion balance (DCAB) effect in performance, macromineral (calcium, phosphorus and sodium) balance, urinary pH and calcium serum concentration, was studied in 25 males sheeps, from Santa Ines breed, during 75 days. The design used was randomized complete blocks, with five treatments. For DCAB manipulation were added ammonium sulfate and sodium bicarbonate in order to achieve the values: -160, -40, 140, 250 e 500 meq/kg DM. Increasing the DCAB resulted in higher DMI, daily gains and feed efficiency (P<0,05). Rumen pH, urine pH and urine volume increased as DCAB increased (p<0,05). Ruminal VFA profile was not affected by DCAB. The DCAB affected the calcium metabolism, decresing the DCAB the serum calcium increased. Dietary anionic increased urinary excretion of calcium, however calcium retention was not effect.
 
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