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Effect of conjugated linoleic acids (CLA), sunflower oil and corn oil addition in feed rations on the histochemical profile of m. semimembranosus of fattening pigs


Rosliny Oleiste 24(1): 297-306
Effect of conjugated linoleic acids (CLA), sunflower oil and corn oil addition in feed rations on the histochemical profile of m. semimembranosus of fattening pigs
A total of 36 crossbred ((Polish Large White x Polish Landrace) x Pietrain) fattening pigs were equally divided into 3 groups. The animals were fed ad libitum from 50 to 150 kg body weight on diets containing 2% corn oil (Group I), 2% sunflower oil (Group II) and 2% CLA (Group III).

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