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Acta agriculturae Serbica
2017, vol. 22, br. 44, str. 185-192
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
objavljeno: 01/03/2018
doi: 10.5937/AASer1744185R
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Uticaj sistema gajenja, genotipa i starosti kokoši nosilja na masu jaja i udeo glavnih delova jaja
aUniverzitet u Kragujevcu, Agronomski fakultet, Čačak
bUniverzitet u Novom Sadu, Poljoprivredni fakultet
cInstitut za stočarstvo, Beograd-Zemun

e-adresa: simeonr@kg.ac.rs

Projekat

Održiva konvencionalna i revitalizovana tradicionalna proizvodnja živinskog mesa i jaja sa dodatom vrednošću (MPNTR - 31033)

Sažetak

Cilj ovog rada je bio da ispita uticaj sistema gajenja, genotipa i starosti kokoši nosilja na masu i udeo glavnih delova jaja. Ispitivani sistemi gajenja su bili podni i organski, a ispitivani genotipovi Isa Brown hibrid i New Hampshire rasa. Jaja su sakupljana za analizu tri puta za vreme proizvodnog ciklusa (kod 32-nedeljnih nosilja, 48-nedeljnih i 72-nedeljnih). Na ovim uzorcima (15 jaja po grupi, jaja stara jedan dan) su ispitivani: masa jaja, udeo belanca, udeo žumanca i udeo ljuske jaja. Masa jaja se povećavala sa starenjem nosilja. Takođe, interakcija genotip x starost nosilja je bila značajna, pa su New hampshire kokoši u 32. nedelji nosile jaja manje mase od Isa Brown hibrida (p≤0.05), dok tih razlika u 48. i 72. nedelji nije bilo (p≥0.05). Udeo belanca i žumanca je bio od značajnim uticajem sistema gajenja, genotipa i starosti nosilja (p≤0.05). Podno gajenje kokoši su nosile jaja koja su imala manji udeo belanca a veći udeo žumanca u poređenju sa organskim kokošima (p≥0.05). Jaja New Hampshire rase su imala manji udeo belanca a veći udeo žumanca u poređenju sa Isa Brown genotipom (p≥0.05). Sa starenjem kokoši, udeo žumanca se povećavao a udeo belanca smanjivao. Interakcija sva tri ispitivana faktora - sistema gajenja, genotipa i starosti nosilja je imala najznačajniji uticaj na udeo ljuske jaja.

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