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Korean Journal of Poultry Science
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The Korean Society of Poultry Science
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Volume 17, Issue 4 - Dec 1990
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Sep 1990
Volume 17, Issue 2 - Jun 1990
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Mar 1990
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Production of Tetraploid Embryos with Induction of Diploid Gametes in Chicken
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 1~6
For the production of tetraploid embryos in chicken through induction of diploid gametes. The experiment was found results as follows; 1. Induction of diploid sperm was observed 11% from embryos of normal females and males at 12 days after injection of 0.37mg per 2kg body weight for three days. 2. 3 among 109 embryos from crosses of diploid gametes induced by TEM were found as tetraploid. 3. Genetic structures of tetraploid embryos were indentified as normal 4 pairs chromosomes without certain variation.
Effects of Different Body Color Strain and Improvement on Serium Cholesterol and Protein Contents in Chickens
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 7~15
The present study was undertaken to determine the effect of different body hair color (Native type) and commercial white laying hen (Improvement, Nick Chick strain) on cholesterol, triglyceride and protein concentration in serium. Experimental hens were selected out of yellow-brown body hair color strain (10 heads), green-black body hair color strain (13 heads), white body hair color strain (7 heads), black-bone strain (10 heads) as native type and commercial white laying hen (30 head,3) as improved variety. Experimental diet was fed identically for 4 weeks in total groups. The results of the experiment obtained were summerized as follows：1. Serium cholesterol contents were the highest in commercial white laying hen (
) (p＜0.01;, and higher in white color strains than body hair color strain groups. Body hair color strain groups were similar in serium cholesterol contents. 2, Serium triglyceride concentration also showed no response among native type groups, however commercial white laying hen group shelved significatly difference. (p＜0.01) 3. Serium protein contents were the highest in commercial white laying hen group (
). (p＜0,01) Increasing the serium cholesterol, triglyceride and protein contents in commercial white laying hen group than color strain group of native type was considered to improved grade.
Studies on the Change of Meat Productivies by Season and Sex in Broiler Chickens 1. Effects of season and year on meat productivity
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 17~25
Data are presented concerning the effect of different seasons and sexes during the growing period on broier performance. Total 38, 451 broiler chickens were raised in spring, summer and winter and they were marketed at 6 or 7 weeks of age. Birds were alloted to l18 groups (240-360 birds per pen) and weighted at termination in order to determine variation in several economic traits between the sex groups. The results obtained were summarized as follows ： 1. Livability, body weights and feed requirements were improved you but there was no significant improvement in feed intake. 2. There was no difference in livability by seasons, but average final weights were ; 2, 320, 2, 238 and 2, 138 grams for spring, winter and summer, respectively, and feed requirements were ： 2.02, 2.01 and 2.04 for spring, winter, and summer, respectively.
Effects of Sodium Bicarbonate (
)) Addition on Performance in Broiler Chickens
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 27~31
An experiment was conducted to determine the influence of Sodium Bicarbonate(
)on performance in the broilers.
, supplementation level(0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5% ) was substituted for yellow corn in the broiler ration. 120 broilers(Cob strain) were fed for 4 weeks. The results of the experiment obtained were summerized as follows： Body weight gain showed better performance in
2.5% level group than other groups. but was no significant differences among treated groups,
addition levels did not significant affect in feed intake and feed efficiency, but control group showed slightly higher feed intake amounts than other groups, lowest in feed efficiency, the other side
1.5% addition group was the lowest in feed intake and better feed efficiency than other treated groups.
Studies on the Carcass Characteristics of Broiler by Sex, Rearing Type, Season and Feed and Water Deprivation
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 33~44
This studies were conducted to investigate the difference of carcass characteristics between chicken broiler and duck broiler and the carcass characteristics of chicken broiler by sex, rearing type, season and feed and water deprivation with 240 chicken broilers and 20 duck broilers. The results obtained are summerized as follows. 1. The carcass yields were 65.43% in chicken broiler and 66.78% in duck broiler. The abdominal fat pad of chicken broiler was higher than that of duck broiler. 2. There were differences in commercial cuts production percentages between chicken broiler and duck broiler, and the commercial cut of chicken broiler was produced from drumsticks and thighs, breast back, wings and neck in order. 3. Although there was little difference in carcass yields between male and female of broiler, the abdominal fat pad of male broiler was lower than that of female broiler. 4. The carcass yields in cage and floor type were not different, but the abdominal fat pad in cage was slightly higher than that in floor. 5. There was no difference in carcass yields among Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, but the abdominal fat pad was highest in Summer and lowest in Winter. 6. As feed and water deprivation time increased by one hour, live weight was decreased by 0.28365% , and the carcass yield was highest after 6 hours depribated feed and water.
Effects of the Storage Temperatures on Shelf-life of the Chicken Product
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 45~52
This study was carried out to establish shelf-life of the chicken product by examining the changes of physico-chemical and microbilogical quality of it during the storage at different temperature and period. Chicken product was stored at
for 32 days and its shelf-life was proved to by 2 days at
, 4 days at
. There was no significant difference in pH and TBA value of the chicken product VBN content and mesophile count were most proper as a quality indicator because they were lower level until 30 days storage. But gas formation rates and sensory evaluation scores were proper as a quality indicator to estimate the shelf-life of the chicken product during the storage at the different temperatures because it was vacuum packaged. Q
value of the chicken product was calculated as 3.99 by examined data of gas formation rates and sensory scores. Estimated shelf-life of chicken product by Q
value was 1 day at
, 4 days at
16 days at
and 64 days at
Evaluation of the efficacy of anti-parasitic disinfectant "Lysococ" on avian coccidia oocysts of Eimeria tenella in chicken
Korean Journal of Poultry Science, volume 17, issue 1, 1990, Pages 53~58
Tests to evaluate the efficacy of disinfectant "Lysococ" against the oocfsts of Eimeria tenella were tested. In the sporulation test the sporulation of unsporulated oocysts of E. tenella was nearly suppressed by contact with "Lysococ" in 4% concentration after 30 minutes. In the suspension test with sporulated oocysts, "Lysococ" 4% disinfected sporulated oocysts of 5. tenella completely after a contact tune on 10 minutes. When using the oocyst-carrier test, the 4% solution was able to disinfect sporulated oocysts after a 90 minutes contact time.ter a 90 minutes contact time.