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Effects of dietary stress on dark-cutting beef



Effects of dietary stress on dark-cutting beef



Beef Research Progress Report, Roman L Hruska US Meat Animal Research Center (2): 67



At 12 months old 4 Simmental, 6 Hereford and 2 Aberdeen-Angus bulls were starved for 96 h and then returned gradually to full feed during 5 days or were fed freely throughout. Muscle biopsies were made before and at intervals after the deprivation period. Differences in muscle glycogen between the deprived and fed groups were not significant at any time during refeeding.

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