BIO Web Conf.
Volume 51, 2022International Scientific and Practical Conference “From Modernization to Advanced Development: Ensuring Competitiveness and Scientific Leadership of the Agro-Industrial Complex” (IDSISA 2022)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Scientific Support for the Innovative Development of Animal Husbandry and Biotechnology|
|Published online||02 August 2022|
An innovative approach to assessing the integral parameters of the hybrid pig blood for the methodological support of animal husbandry development
Federal Research Center for Animal Husbandry named after Academy Member L.K. Ernst, Dubrovitsy 60, Podolsk Municipal District, Moscow Region, Podolsk 142132, Russia
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The main aims of research were: to measure the surface tension (ST) values of hybrid pig blood; to establish the relationships between these ST-values and obtained biochemical parameters of the same blood samples. All studied animals (n=43) were healthy and grown at the feeding stations (Russia). The ST-values (measured using PAT-device) of the pig blood were obtained at initial (n=30) and final (n=13) points of animal fattening. The following correlations between eST at final (or initial) point of pig fattening and the biochemical parameters were obtained: +0.80 (+0.19) with the ratio of albumins to globulins (A/G), -0.39 with globulins (-0.38) with phospholipids, +0.32 (+0.40) with the “de Ritis” coefficient, -0.52 (+0.35) with Cl. The correlations between eTA at same fattening points and the biochemical parameters were obtained: +0.32 with A/G ratio, +0.18 with globulins, +0.36 with phospholipids, +0.28 (+0.17) with the “de Ritis” coefficient, -0.32 (+0.21) with Mg, +0.35 with Fe, +0.30 with Cl, +0.31 (+0.34) with the ratio of calcium to phosphorus (Ca/P). Such tendency indicated the stabilization of pig physiological-biochemical status during their fattening. The authors recommended the following eST (42-46 mN/m) and eTA (10-30 mN·m-1·s-½) blood parameters as reference values for further applications in husbandry.
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