Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science
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Fatty acid composition of porcine while adding amino acid, vitamin mineral and oily components under the conditions of industrial pollution
Irina Donnik, Elisey Bespamyatnykh, Albina Isaeva, Anna Krivonogova, Olga Loretts, Nina Musikhina, Nadezhda Dudkina and Pavel Sh
Abstract: The work gives the data on qualitative composition of saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, as well as on their proportion in liver, longest back, iliac and thigh muscles of pigs bred under the conditions of industrial pollution. Also, the work gives the data on changes in fatty acid profile of porcine liver and muscles after 14 days of the use of two different biologically active complexes. The article describes both positive and negative effects of the use of biologically active complexes and their influence on fatty acid profile of liver and muscles of pigs bred under the conditions of environmental industrial pollution and given protein-imbalanced diet. The research is executed at the expense of a grant of the Russian scientific fund (project No. 16-16-00071).
Keywords: fatty acids; iliac muscle; industrial pollution; muscles; pigs
Date published: 2021-02-17
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