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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Featured Issues: Zootecnia Tropical Vol.29 No.1, 2 & 3

Today we are featuring volume 29 of Zootecnia Tropical! You can find our first blog post on this journal here.

Vol. 29 no. 1 includes "
Yield carcass and filleting in tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Chitralada strain cultivated in Trujillo state, Venezuela" by Rojas-Runjaic et al. This article discusses how tilapia is filleted, as well as the average weight of the fish caught. Various stages were weighted, such as when the fish were filleted, their weight when they were caught, and their weight after cleaned. For more details of this study and other articles from this issue, go to: http://www.bioline.org.br/titles?id=zt&year=2011&vol=29&num=01&keys=V29N1

Weight was also a factor in "
Non-genetic factors affecting birth and weaning weight in Angus calves" by Martínez-González et al in vol. 29 no.2 - this time in relation to Angus calves. The calves were evaluated based on factors such as year of birth, season of birth, and sex. The results showed that male calves weighed more than female calves. For the complete study and more articles from this issue, go to: http://www.bioline.org.br/titles?id=zt&year=2011&vol=29&num=02&keys=V29N2

Calves were studied again in vol. 29 no. 3 in "
Leucogram and protein profile in dual purpose crossbred calves, resistant and susceptible to natural infection by gastrointestinal nematodes" by Barrios et al. 75 crossbred calves were evaluated based on factors such as white blood cell count after they were exposed to infested pastures. For more information on this study and other articles from no.3, go to: http://www.bioline.org.br/titles?id=zt&year=2011&vol=29&num=03&keys=V29N3

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